In addition to organizing its own programming, the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities supports and promotes humanities programming available throughout the Case Western Reserve University and Greater Cleveland community. Below is the listing of upcoming humanities-related programming:
SPIRIT OF HUMANITY FESTIVAL/CONCERT
June 10, 2017
3:00 – 8:00 pm
RID-ALL Partnership Farm, 8129 Otter Road, Cleveland OHIO 44104
This event aims to bring as many diverse groups of people together crossing religion, cultural identity, race and spiritual practices and to showcase upcoming talent, educational workshops (History of the Drum, Drum making, Alternative Health, Cheer-leading Hip Hope Competition, vendors, Guest Speakers, opening & closing drum circle, and guest performance by humble g & The Afripeans).
This event is free and open to the public.
This event is sponsored by Global Education and Entertainment.
Cleveland’s BlueWater Chamber Orchestra and the Cleveland Chamber Choir will perform the Emergent Universe Oratorio by composer Sam Guarnaccia, under the baton of conductor Scott MacPherson.
The Emergent Universe Oratorio tells the great scientific story of the Universe’s 13.8 billion-year journey from the Big Bang to the emergence of human consciousness as an evolutionary force. Told in a series of alternating intensively scored recitatives with major lyrical choral movements, the libretto is set in intimate, dynamic relationship to the music, evoking a deep resonance and response to the new cosmologies-the stories and ways of seeing that shape our behavior and determine our future — offering a unique way through music and poetic narrative, to raise consciousness of humanity’s responsibility to protect and preserve our planet.
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