Date(s) - 08/31/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Nelson Music Room, Duke University
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The evening will demonstrate how improvisation in many forms of music can open up key dimensions of the Gospel and the Christian life. Through speaking and performance, the musicians will demonstrate the interplay of order and freedom, what it means to trust one another, work with a tradition, or play music in a way that is not driven by fear of going wrong.
– Andrew Balio, principal trumpet, Baltimore Symphony
– Jeremy Begbie piano, Director of Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts
– John Brown, bass, Director of Duke Jazz Program
– Nate Hepler, trumpet, Baltimore Symphony
– Megumi Kanda, principal trombone Milwaukee Symphony
– Luke Powery, Dean of Duke University Chapel
– Elizabeth Ostling, associate principal flute, Boston Symphony
– Alan Torrance, violin, professor of systematic theology
– Anne Williams, principal cello, Pittsburgh Symphony
– Douglas Yeo, trombone, Boston Symphony
Bookings are closed for this event.