Directed by Martins Grauds
Production Company Society Pasaules muzika (Latvia) | Producer Ilze Apsina Pasaules muzika (Latvia) | Camera Uldis Jancis (Latvia) | Editor Andris Grants (Latvia) | Graphics Everita Upeniece (Latvia) | Sound Ingineer Juris Strapcāns (Latvia), Ainārs Majors (Latvia) | Production Year 2014 | Recorded Latvia | Musical Style Contemporary music | Dance Style Contemporary dance | Composer Zaza Miminoshvili (Georgia), Valts Pūce (Latvia), Zurab J. Gagnidze (Georgia), Mamuka Gaganidze (Georgia), Anatol Stefanet (Moldova), Zane Šmite (Latvia), Kristine Kārkle - Puriņa (Latvia) | Stage Director Viktors Runtulis (Latvia) | Choreography by Aleksande Chumburidze (Georgia) | Soloist Kristīne Kārkle - Puriņa (Latvia), Zane Šmite (Latvia), Ilona Haņina (Latvia), Elza Rozentāle (Latvia), Intars Busulis (Latvia), Mamuka Gaganidze (Georgia), Zurab J. Gagnidze (Georgia), Valts Pūce (Latvia) | Source video/audio DVD / Stereo | Duration 47'
This is the story of three different cultures meeting up together in the realm of ethno-jazz music. Georgian ethno-jazz trio The Shin, the Moldavian band Trigon, Owl’s Ethnographic Orchestra and Intars Busulis. Their breathtaking journey into the souls of Georgian, Latvian and Moldavian folk music and their creation of contemporary music is like cutting shining new gemstones from rough old treasures of folklore, opening hearts and transcending borders between nations and languages. In their travels together they become brothers and sisters in music. The scenery and melodies, voices and rhythms on the road they take may change but in the end it turns out to be the way home for all. The Way Home. (Photo: The Way Home by The Shin (Georgia), Trigon (Moldova), Owl’s Ethnographic Orchestra (Latvia))