The Harvard University Choir and the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra present a performance of Die Israeliten in der Wüste by Johann Sebastian Bach’s most famous son, Carl Philipp Emanuel, whose 300th anniversary is celebrated in 2014.
Over the course of the academic year (2013–14), Professor Walton will lead six evening discussion sessions aimed at teaching and facilitating a socio-historical reading of the Bible, using the same exegetical...
In this continuing series, faculty members explore their intellectual and spiritual autobiographies with attention to the ways in which they have intersected, cohered, collided, and deepened over the course of their careers. From these presentations and the ensuing conversations, we hope to identify some of the key intellectual, spiritual, and physical practices we all...
Repeats every week every Wednesday until Wed Apr 23 2014 except Wed Mar 19 2014.
9:00am to 10:15am
The Porch of the Memorial Church
Following each service of Morning Prayers on Wednesdays, free coffee and snacks will be available at MemCafé from 9:00 to 10:15 a.m. on the steps of the Memorial Church across from Widener Library. All are welcome!
James D. Hicks, Concert Organist and Scandinavian Music Specialist, Morristown, New Jersey
James D. Hicks has appeared as a concert organist throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia. He is a native of Fredericksburg, VA. He holds degrees in music from the Peabody Institute of Music of Johns Hopkins University, Yale University, and the University of Cincinnati. Other studies of his include courses at the Royal School of Church Music in England. He is an Associate of the American Guild of Organists. In recent years, he has made two organ recordings on the Pro Organo label. The first, American Classic Fantastic, was recorded at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown. It features several world premieres of twentieth and twenty-first century American repertoire and includes two original works.... Read more about Organ Recital Series: James D. Hicks