Liturgy vs. Sacred Drama

lecture presented by Jeremy Rhizor

$635

11 supporters

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DEC
18

Liturgy vs. Sacred Drama

Friday from 7:15 PM - 8:15 PM EST

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Add to Calendar 2020-12-18 19:15:00 2020-12-18 20:15:00 America/New_York Liturgy vs. Sacred Drama We live in a time of distrust when it is common to seek distance from government, religion, and neighbor. In an impassioned presentation, Jeremy Rhizor calls for the renovation of links between local institutions and the broader society--through the revival of sacred drama and the regrowth of a sense of community responsibility. Ask questions at anytime during our presentation on our Discord channel: https://discord.gg/z9PjgvY. You will be asked for your name (nickname or real name), your email, and a password. By registering, you agree to Discord’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

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This event will be livestreamed on our Givebutter page: https://givebutter.com/XpYfVw

We live in a time of distrust when it is common to seek distance from government, religion, and neighbor. In an impassioned presentation, Jeremy Rhizor calls for the renovation of links between local institutions and the broader society--through the revival of sacred drama and the regrowth of a sense of community responsibility. Ask questions at anytime during our presentation on our Discord channel: https://discord.gg/z9PjgvY. You will be asked for your name (nickname or real name), your email, and a password. By registering, you agree to Discord’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

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Academy of Sacred Drama

EIN: 82-1758160

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The Academy of Sacred Drama is an artistic community whose mission is to respond to the cultural and social needs of our day through the revival of the sacred drama genre. The organization regularly hosts performances of Baroque oratorios (mostly from around 1660–1720) along with lectures and other events. Most of our performances occur at institutions that have made a significant contribution to cultural life in the United States, such as the Yale Institute of Sacred Music and Corpus Christi Church in New York City.

Additionally, we create editions and English translations of oratorios that have not been performed since the Baroque era, and we publish the Sacred Drama Journal—a general readership magazine that is shifting to a model consisting of edited translations and peer-reviewed scholarly articles related to sacred drama.

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EIN 82-1758160