X DOT 25 Proudly Presents

Dawn Of The New Millennium

X DOT 25 Concert Series V
Third Millennium Music Festival
A Night of Spiritual Music, Poetry & Dance


Claudia Villela
(Claudia Villela- Vocals, Ricardo Peixoto- Guitar)

Riffat Salamat
(Riffat Salamat - Vocals, Richard Michos - Guitars)
From Alikhan Band 
Riffat is the daughter of Ustad Salamat Ali Khan

Alan Kushan
(Alan Kushan- Santur, Michael Lewis-Tabla, David Hannibal (Haunted by Waters) -Didgeridoo)

Ustad Habib Khan

(Ustad Habib Khan- Sitar, Ben Mawhorter-Tabla, Emam-Tabla & Dumbeck)

Ustad Mohammad Nejad
(Ustad Mohammad Nejad- Persian Ney & Setar, Emam-Tabla & Dumbeck)

Koorosh Angali
(poetry by Rumi, Hafez, and other Persian Sufi poets) 
Celebrating Placement of Persian Sufi Poets in Life Magazine's list of Millennium Top 100 People

Sacred Art Performance by 
Tibetan Bells and Himalayan Dances

Plus Dance by

8:00 PM Saturday, January 22nd, 2000

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
One Lawson Road, Kensington, CA (510) 525 0302
$18.00 advance - $20.00 at the door

Directions: From HWY 80 Take Central Ave East, left on San Pablo, Right on Moeser, Top of the hill
continue into Terrace, then follow the signs.

(Go here to print a map with custom directions from your place)

for more information call (510) 601 8600


Gallery Ovissi

Haight Ashbury Music Center

Faz Restaurants




Ibne Sina and Rumi made the LIFE's magazine list of Millennium Top 100 people.
They ranked 71 & 73 . You can check the complete list:

A 13th century Sufi mystic, Jalal ad-Din ar-Rumi composed passionate love poems while turning in a circle to the beat of drums or the music of rushing water. The poems found Allah outside the Koran--in people, nature and the commonalities of everyday life. Recorded in Persian by a disciple, they helped spread Islam to a wider audience. Rumi is still read today, and his followers, whirling dervishes (holy men), still perform their elegant, hypnotic dances to express the idea that God can be experienced in manifold ways.

Islam's most renowned philosopher-scientist, Ibn-Sina outgrew his teachers as a teenager and educated himself in law, medicine and metaphysics. His intellect served him well: As a court physician in Persia, he encountered intrigue and imprisonment but wrote two of history's greatest works, The Book of Healing, a compendium of science and philosophy, and The Canon of Medicine, an encyclopedia based on the teachings of Greek physicians. The latter was widely used in the West, where Ibn-Sina, known as Avicenna, was called the "prince of physicians.