Showing posts from February, 2024

A Missa Brevis for Jumping Timelines - Video

On Feb 21, 2024, Associate Professor of Music Theory Matthew Arndt gave a presentation on my Missa brevis Abbaye de Thélème . This presentation opened the roundtable event organized with poet and author Christopher Merrill, and Professor Kristy Nabhan-Warren. Dr. Arndt sets his analysis of the mass in resonance with the writings of Philip K. Dick (Graphics by Dr. Arndt). He also proposes an analogy with Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon , and a synchronization with Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade . I hope you enjoy!

A Missa Brevis for Jumping Timelines

I'm glad to invite you to this upcoming event: A Missa Brevis for Jumping Timelines: On Music, French Poetry, Dance, and Faith Wednesday February 21, 4-5:30 pm Voxman Music Building, Opera Studio An event organized with the support of OVPR, CLAS, and the School of Music. Refreshments will be served. Roundtable discussion inspired by Anika Kildegaard and Jean-François Charles's Missa brevis Abbaye de Thélème and music video Agnus Dei , featuring Matthew Arndt (School of Music) Christopher Merrill (International Writing Program) Jean-François Charles (School of Music) Q&A moderated by Kristy Nabhan-Warren (Departments of Religious Studies and Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies, Office of the Vice-President for Research)