- Ayyam-i-Ha is a Baha’i festival that is joyously celebrated in countries and territories all over the world. It is a time of hospitality, generosity, and caring for the needy. This year Ayyam-i-Ha runs from February 26-29.
The team at Baha’i Blog is super excited to let everyone know that we’ve just published our 50th Studio Sessions song, and there’s still many more to come!
Baha’i Blog’s Studio Sessions is a musical initiative where we invite Baha’is and their friends in different parts of the world into a studio to film and record them singing a song based on the Baha’i Writings. We then make these songs available every week for free on Baha’i Blog’s YouTube Channel and SoundCloud page for everyone to listen to! (You can also read more about Studio Sessions and how it all started here).
So far we’ve filmed and recorded in Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Melbourne, Australia; Arequipa, Peru; Los Angeles and Key West, USA; Toronto, Canada; Madrid, Spain; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and London, UK. We’ve got a whole bunch more in the pipeline right now as well thanks to all the wonderful help we received from a crowd-funding campaign for the initiative, so be sure to “subscribe” to our mailing list or YouTube channel to be notified every time we release a new song.
We’ve also had a number of people asking us how they can contribute to Studio Sessions because they missed the crowdfunding campaign, so if you’d like to contribute to this initiative, you can do so by clicking here.
Check out the entire playlist either on YouTube or Soundcloud below, and we hope you’ve enjoyed them so far!
Studio Sessions on YouTube:
Studio Sessions on Soundcloud:
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