Thursday, September 12, 2019, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Meet for conversation at the intersection of theology and real life. Good fellowship, good laughter, good talk, good listening.
This month, come hear Dr. Melissa Parkhurst (Ethnomusicologist and WSU faculty) on the music of Hildegard von Bingen, 10th century mystic and one of the first composers known by name. This follows July's very popular presentation by Dr. Ellen Kittell (Historian and UI faculty) on Hildegard's life and context.
Parkhurst, a St. Mark's member, offers email links to Hildegard's music by contacting with "Hildegard" in the subject line. Why was Hildegard just recently canonized (in 2012)? What is it about her music that still moves people today?
Come to listen, talk, and be inspired by the life of this remarkable visionary, mystic, poet, and musician. St. Mark's buys your first beverage.
Won't you join us?