Where do we go to talk about our everyday traumatic experiences that we do not believe are worthy of sharing?
Songs of Solidarity and Hope
This concert will feature musings from various traditions (incl. works by Barrios, Metheny, Carole King, James Taylor) which contemplate our collective struggles and act as signposts for collaborative transformation.
We are welcoming your proposals for conference programming.
Please submit by September 30, 2021.
Celebrate the launch of Dress in Mediterranean Antiquity: Greeks, Romans, Jews, Christians with editors Alicia J. Batten and Kelly Olson, and anthology contributors.
This concert will feature world-renowned musician and scholar Trichy Sankaran, along with Suba Sankaran and Dylan Bell - well renowned musicians in their own right who have appeared at Grebel before with Autorickshaw.
Indian classical music is the art music of the Indian subcontinent. The origins of this music can be found in the Vedas, which are the oldest scriptures in the Hindu tradition dating back to 1500 BCE. The salient elements of Indian classical music are raga (melody) and tala (rhythm) as well as solkattu (south Indian rhythmic solfege language, not dissimilar to western beatboxing or vocal percussion). Today’s concert features improvised solos, traditional classical compositions and contemporary original works.
Mrdangam, kanjira, solkattu - Trichy Sankaran
Voice and tala - Suba Sankaran
Tamboura - Dylan Bell
Mrdangam - two-headed barrel-shaped drum; primary percussion instrument of south India.