convivium

convivium

[kən′viv·ē·əm]
(ecology)
A population exhibiting differentiation within the species and isolated geographically, generally a subspecies or ecotype.
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The Convivium International Summer School of Sacred Music is designed for those interested in active performance of sacred music, especially advanced amateur and beginning professional singers, choir conductors and organists.
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Overlooked, for example, were the Roman bonds of communal solidarity evoked by the smoky flavour of roasted meat during the convivium, or the foretastes of paradise provided by spicy foods to the Islamic faithful.
Andhi just works incredibly hard at what she does," says Tom Barkin, leader of Slow Food International's Eugene convivium.
I was made aware of a new branch, the Slow Food West Yorkshire Convivium, run by Gerry Danby, and joined up immediately.
Caterer Middle East sits down with Time Hotels director of food & beverage Bernard Fantoli and Slow Food - Dubai Convivium leader Laura Allais-Mare to find out the objectives and rationale, the process and experience of converting to slow food, and how it affects the bottom line.
The situation in north-western Bulgaria today is dramatic,'' said Mariana Asenova, a long time a reporter of Bulgarian National Television and now president of the cultural association "Nova Kultura" as well as of the Slow Food convivium of Gorna Bela Rechka.
It embodies the triple time-sign of collective memory, in this case of Eucharistic remembrance: "O sacred banquet in which Christ is received: his suffering is remembered [past], [our] mind is filled with grace [present], and we receive a pledge of glory that is to be ours [future] (O sacrum convivium, in quo Christus sumitur, recolitur memoria passionis eius, mens impletur gratia, et futurae gloriae nobis pignus datur).
Alves, Rubem, Transparencies of Eternity (Miami, FL: Convivium Press, 2010), p.
17) and an anonymous Gloria O sacrum convivium (no.
In a compelling essay that treats this passage, Benjamin Bertram addresses how Falstaff's sack consumption links him to convivium traditions.