Feb 18, 2021 Feb 18, 2021
05:00PM 07:00PM Panel Discussion: “The Black Church and Sacred Music”: University Event Topic: Religion & EthicsSchool: School of TheologyDepartment / Organization: Candler School of TheologyMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Candler Black Church StudiesEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: http://bit.ly/blackchurch-sacredmusicContact Name: Nichole PhillipsContact Email: nichole.r.phillips@emory.eduLink: https://bit.ly/bcs-spring-eventsModerated by Assistant Dean of Worship and Music and Assistant Professor in the Practice of Worship Khalia J. Williams, this panel discussion will consider the historical development of Black sacred music, the ways it adds to or shifts renditions of Black church music in contemporary times, and how such shifts influence or impact Black congregational life.Panelists will include: -James Abbington, associate professor of church music and worship at Candler and executive editor of the African American Church Music Series (GIA Publications) -Alisha Lola Jones, assistant professor of folklore and ethnomusicology and faculty director of the Global Pop Music Initiative at Indiana State University, Bloomington -T. Renée Crutcher 01T, classically trained performing artist with stage, screen, and recording credits and founder of The Armelia Project, interfaith ministries dedicated to forwarding social justice via the arts -Rylan Harris 22T, professional gospel recording artist, minister of worship and arts at Ray of Hope Christian Church and interim director of chapel music at Columbia Theological Seminary-Erica DeLoney 13T, classical pianist and organist and pastor of worship and arts and director of music ministries. + online Campus Events
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05:00PM 07:00PM Panel Discussion: “The Black Church and Sacred Music”: University Event Topic: Religion & EthicsSchool: School of TheologyDepartment / Organization: Candler School of TheologyMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Candler Black Church StudiesEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: http://bit.ly/blackchurch-sacredmusicContact Name: Nichole PhillipsContact Email: nichole.r.phillips@emory.eduLink: https://bit.ly/bcs-spring-eventsModerated by Assistant Dean of Worship and Music and Assistant Professor in the Practice of Worship Khalia J. Williams, this panel discussion will consider the historical development of Black sacred music, the ways it adds to or shifts renditions of Black church music in contemporary times, and how such shifts influence or impact Black congregational life.Panelists will include: -James Abbington, associate professor of church music and worship at Candler and executive editor of the African American Church Music Series (GIA Publications) -Alisha Lola Jones, assistant professor of folklore and ethnomusicology and faculty director of the Global Pop Music Initiative at Indiana State University, Bloomington -T. Renée Crutcher 01T, classically trained performing artist with stage, screen, and recording credits and founder of The Armelia Project, interfaith ministries dedicated to forwarding social justice via the arts -Rylan Harris 22T, professional gospel recording artist, minister of worship and arts at Ray of Hope Christian Church and interim director of chapel music at Columbia Theological Seminary-Erica DeLoney 13T, classical pianist and organist and pastor of worship and arts and director of music ministries. + online Campus Events
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