The Department of Music presents a program of sacred music and sound.

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Join us for an exploration of sacred music and sound in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. The evening program will include meditation instruction, musical demonstrations, discussion, and exploration of the Denison Museum’s famous Buddhist collection. The program will feature Lama Adam Berner, DU Spiritual Life, Dr. Jue Liang, Dept. of Religion, a performance by ETHEL, and guests from the local Tibetan and Himalayan community.

Join us for the other event of the Tiny TUTTI Festival: “Come Sunday” performed by the Denison University Gospel Choir and Wind Ensemble, Friday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m., in Sharon Martin Hall

COVID Policy Information: At this time, masks are optional at performances in the Michael D. Eisner Center for the Performing Arts. We encourage our audiences to be fully vaccinated, but will no longer require proof of vaccination to reserve tickets. All events and COVID policies are subject to change.


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