Ruth Welcome – Zither Magic

  • Posted on March 1, 2018 at 2:20 AM

How has Coachella changed over the years? Violence is roiling the Democratic Republic of Congo. River play ruth Welcome – Zither Magic a future Los Angeles? Trump will launch a missile strike against Syria and declare the mission a success.

Experiential events, posh yurts and uber-VIP — will Coachella stand for anything more than its escapism this year? Put California in your inbox with our newsletter. Get Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants on your phone. You deserve the truth, and we are here to fight for you. The Rider,’ ‘Come Sunday,’ ‘Where Is Kyra? ASC is committed to supporting young talent as well as providing a wide range of quality musical experiences for ASC’s community and guests. 7:00 pm, Clarke Room Experience the spiritual practice of communal singing!

Take just a couple of hours out of your week to create something beautiful, make friends, and add more music to your life! Musicians and non-musicians are welcome – we are a mix of professionals and amateurs. We rehearse every Thursday and are always accepting new members. We meet in the Clarke Room on the second floor of the church.

15, with all profits going to the church. Purchase yours at the Welcome Table or through the church office. All CD checks can be made out to Arlington Street Church. Take some Arlington Street spirit with you to share with your friends and loved ones! 7:00 pm, Sanctuary Back momentarily from New Zealand where she now makes her home, Teresa Trull joins forces with Barbara Higbie and Cris Williamson for an evening of beloved old and new favorites.

11:30 am, Sanctuary Welcome to Morning Light! Our own Gaby Whitehouse, BCMS board member, invites you to come listen to this magnificent chamber orchestra play works by Debussy and Dvorak in our beautiful sanctuary. Delicious reception to follow in the Hunnewell Chapel. We had great feedback from our first two concerts on September 23rd and November 11th and look forward to seeing you at the third one in this three-concert series. 1:00 pm, Hunnewell Chapel Join Arlington Street’s musicians for our tenth annual old-fashioned Christmas carol sing! Mark David Buckles, Director of Music, and the Arlington Street Choir will lead us in seasonal favorites, from Jingle Bells to It Came Upon a Midnight Clear. Arlington Street’s Artist in Residence, Rodger Clinton Vine, presents a brief concert of Christmas music for the piano, followed immediately by our annual Carol Sing!