Find out why particular artists borrowed words and images from Revelation or included a classic hymn in their repertoire, and also how this genre of music engages in spiritual and theological exploration that runs far deeper than the lyrics.
Join Oreo Jones, Shauta Marsh, and a marathon of artists and poets. We will be broadcasting live in studio at WQRT celebrating the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr through conversation, poetry, and song.
Join us for this annual program of sharing and reflecting through poetry, song, dance, and more. Come together to remember Dr. King’s words while moving beyond our comfort zones to get to know someone new at Newfields.
Join the 51st Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration Mass Choir for the MLK celebration
Everyone is welcome to join the choir. You must participate in three rehearsals at St. John's: Monday, January 6, 7:00 pm Monday, January 13, 7:00 pm Saturday, January 18, noon
Here's your chance to make a truly joyful noise. Join the 51st Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration Mass Choir for the MLK celebration:
Violinist William Harvey will perform 3 of Bach's 6 Sonatas and Partitas for Unaccompanied Violin.
While Christmas is for most Christians (and non-Christians) in the US a time of familiar family rituals, you can also use the Holy Day for new experiences. A Taizé service could be for you as well as non-Christian friends who'd like to attend.
Bloomington based Salaam is one of the Midwest's leading interpreters of traditional music from the MiddleEast. They'll perform for free at Eskenazi Hospital December 12th.
One of the most popular features of past Interfaith Banquets has been the music by world-class performers. As you look at who performed in the past, ask yourself (and please tell us): Who should perform at the 6th Interfaith Banquet on March 8?
For Tibetan Buddhists, Bardo means the intermediate realm between death and rebirth. Avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson, composer and activist Jesse Paris Smith, and Tibetan musician Tenzin Choegyal explore the concept in a remarkable new album.
Spirit & Place is a catalyst for civic engagement through creative collaborations among the arts, humanities, and religion. They'll be at the Festival of Faiths.
It's perhaps the most diverse and engaging stage of any in a festival in Central Indiana. See what you can expect September 22.
As is tradition, Indy Black Expo kicks off with an ecumenical worship service and a performance of the City-wide Ecumenical Choir.
Most serious sacred music from composers such as Pärt is performed in (secular) concert halls, not the sacred space for which it perhaps was intended. Just as the experience of hearing Passio performed live rather a YouTube is different, so too is hearing in a church rather than a college auditorium.
Central Indiana is in for a treat on April 3, when Maya Beiser brings her cello magic to the JCC. Why do we think you should be excited about her performance of the CelloOpera (her term) "Elsewhere"?