Join the LUDUS working group of the Program in Medieval Studies on Saturday, Nov. 5 to hear the vocal ensemble ModernMedieval Voices perform The Living Word, their much-celebrated program presenting chant by Hildegard of Bingen alongside new works by acclaimed contemporary composers: 7pm, Princeton Theological Seminary Chapel, free of charge. The public concert is preceded by an afternoon workshop with the vocalists (3pm, Lee Rehearsal Room, LCA). Workshop participants will join the members of the graduate symposium, “The Implications of Time: Time and Temporalities in Medieval Artistic and Musical Culture,” which convenes students and faculty from the Sorbonne (Paris), Columbia University, and Princeton.
LUDUS event sponsored by the Humanities Council. The "Implications" Symposium is co-sponsored by the Departments of Art & Archaeology, Music, and an Alliance Grant by Columbia University.
- LUDUS event sponsored by Humanities Council
- The "Implications" Symposium is co-sponsored by the Departments of Art & Archaeology, Music, and an Alliance Grant by Columbia University.