Exploring sonic possibilities, and afro-futurist cosmologies through improvisation, Clifton Joey Guidry III (bassoon), Lisa E. Harris (voice/theremin), Olivia J. P. Harris (cello), seek the answer to the question, WHY IS IO SO HOT?
I Dewa Made Suparta is a musician, composer, and teacher born to a family of artists in Pengosekan, Bali, Indonesia. Immersed in Balinese gamelan from early childhood, he began performing with the children’s group of his village at age 10.
Table Talk: Does the Church still have legs?
“Table Talk: Does the Church Still Have Legs?” will examine what it means to be the church and the role of worship. The conference will be held on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, through Zoom, a virtual-meeting platform.
The Road to Peace: A Reflection on the Relocation of the Russian Mennonites is a composition by Professor Emeritus Leonard Enns.
Here are his notes:
Olivia Shortt, saxophonist.
Musician: Mariette Stephenson, guitar
Save the date!
Dr. Sofia Samatar, professor of literature at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, will be our next Bechtel Lecture Series guest. As a writer of fantasy literature, she has an interesting personal story as a woman of Swiss Mennonite-Somali descent. Her personal identity as a mixed Mennonite intersects with her writing and thinking about literature.