Saturday, September 7, 2019 - 7:00pm
Baldwin Auditorium, East Campus, Duke University (Map)

Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts (DITA) at Duke Divinity School will host an evening celebrating the power of music to make all things new as a part of DITA10: A Symposium on Future of Theology and the Arts. Duke Divinity professor and musician Jeremy Begbie will lead an ensemble of over thirty musicians from America's top orchestras. The interactive event will feature music from Bach to Bernstein, Rachmaninov to Latino, medieval to jazz, concert music to film music.

In addition, this event features a reflection by world-renowned theologian N.T. Wright and performances by violinist Rachel Yonan, German jazz saxophonist Uwe Steinmetz, and dancer Leah Glenn.

This event is included in the DITA10 Symposium registration, however, individual tickets to this event may be purchased for non-registrants through the Duke Box Office for $20 each ($10 for Duke students). Registration at the box office will be available soon.