The talks from “We Knew Not If We Were In Heaven Or On Earth: Music, Liturgy, and Beauty in Orthodox Christianity” are now posted on Ancient Faith Radio’s website. Many thanks to John Maddex for making them available through this medium! Also, photos from the event can be viewed here — thanks to Anna Pougas for being the day’s official (more or less) photographer!
Audio from Orthodox Music Symposium now on Ancient Faith RadioPublished 27 January 2011 Academia , General , Media , music , The Orthodox Faith 1 Comment
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