“It’s our way of giving back.” Celebrating another record, TC thanks the TC alumni, friends, trustees, staff and faculty who directly supported teaching and learning through the TC Annual Fund during the last fiscal year. https://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2019/october/a-family-celebration/ TC thanks its Annual Fund supporters for another record year
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Friends & Family Weekend kicks off this Friday! Check out the full schedule below 👇
Tomorrow! WED OCT 16 7:30 PM at Manhattan School of Music, free and open to public in Greenfield Hall: "Voices of the Institute of the Teatro Colón," a showcase of winners of the 13th Alejandro Cordero Competition in Buenos Aires. Concert info: https://bit.ly/2qdLU4Z Enjoy these photos by Ken Yanagisawa from last year's concert, and we'll see you there!🎵🎼
“Political Theology” covers a multidisciplinary field of research that engages the unwieldy relationship between religion and politics out of a desire for justice. At the Political Theology Network Conference, we extend this engagement by bringing together scholars, activists, artists, and religious leaders working both inside and outside the academy. We will be live-streaming the plenaries for those who are not able to attend in person. Please see the live-stream feeds below and view the schedule and learn more on the conference website. Thursday, October 17 6:30 – 8:00 pm | Opening Plenary Michelle Alexander and Rev. William J. Barber II in James Chapel Friday, October 18 4:00 – 6:00 pm | Plenary Lap Yan Kung and Najeeba Syeed – Moderator: Inese Radzins in James Chapel Saturday, October 19 11:00 – 12:30 pm | Closing Plenary Gil Anidjar and Silvia Federici* – Moderator: Brady Daniels in James Chapel The post Political Theology Conference: Live Streams appeared first on Union [...]
Tickets are going quickly for Manhattan School of Music Musical Theatre's production of "Where's Charley" next weekend, OCT 25-27 at the Riverside Theatre in The Riverside Church. Tickets $15 adults, $10 Students and Seniors. Avoid disappointment! Reserve yours now: https://bit.ly/2MC9cce
“Native students’ college aspirations, sense of belonging in school and connection to community” are strengthened through culture-based education. On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we reflect on an op-ed from Katrina Boone in TC’s The Hechinger Report. https://hechingerreport.org/opinion-culture-based-education-a-path-to-healing-for-native-youth/ Culture-based education provides a path toward healing for native youth, furthering democracy's goals.
The cutting edge new music ensemble of Manhattan School of Music's Contemporary Performance Program (CPP) has been called in the past “The deepest, grandest noise of the musical season so far” by Alex Ross of The New Yorker. Don't miss this opportunity to see Tactus in concert tonight in Ades Performance Space, free and open to the public! For MSM students, good for Concert Attendance. Photos from a Tactus concert last year, by Ken Yanagisawa. Concert program + info: https://bit.ly/2Bc06Og
WED OCT 16 for one night only at Manhattan School of Music, free and open to the public in Greenfield Hall -- direct from Buenos Aires, Argentina, the "Voices of the Institute of the Teatro Colón." A showcase of the winners of the 13th annual Alejandro Cordero Competition that took place earlier this year, in what's considered one of the world's most beautiful opera houses! For more information about the MSM concert: https://bit.ly/2qdLU4Z
Next week at the great Birdland Jazz Club, hear legendary bassist, Manhattan School of Music alum and faculty member, Ron Carter (MM ’61, HonDMA ’98) and his Nonet! MSM is paying tribute to Ron Carter in APRIL 2020 as part of MSM's new "MSM Icons" series, kicking off this FRI OCT 18 with a tribute to MSM Icon, Maestro Leonard Slatkin -- including a special guest appearance by actor Alec Baldwin. Want to attend Friday's event at MSM? For a 50% discount on general admission seats, use code MSM101850 at checkout: http://bit.ly/2VN2EvL Birdland will kick-off their great week of programming with the following acts:
Think you know the Ten Commandments? Take a closer look at this familiar set of laws and explore what they can tell us about the nature of God, freedom, desire, and our responsibility to others in the 21st century. Starts on 10/28. http://www.jtsa.edu/god-freedom-desire …
As Chief Chaplain of the New York City Police Department, Rabbi Alvin Kass (RS '62), shares his thoughts about being the @NYPDnews’s longest-serving officer.https://www.foxnews.com/faith-values/rabbi-nypd-longest-serving-officer …
"Daniel Nevins doesn’t 'want to be watching Beyoncé' in a synagogue on the Sabbath." Read what Rabbi Nevins and other spiritual leaders say about technology as a part of worship in @WSJ.https://www.wsj.com/articles/say-hallelujah-and-pass-the-remote-11569538638?emailToken=8fd1f52b65132e97642699140b872217H5Gchuig4KkArjcGjmR8UPcCZKYcRgn7066Isl0Svgid03hd%2FS9nyj1wSr2X4bBcRzZQ68TBGUsgAKCB0eMHnQ%3D%3D&reflink=article_email_share&fbclid=IwAR3j82Rp--y2Hiu5FGlVZhnn2h9l5Tia21ZjAt0LBsazSRPKbTJbNKa2xuw …
How can we participate in High Holiday services without expressing faith that we may not feel? Rabbi Julia Andelman for #JTStorah http://www.jtsa.edu/the-value-of-doubt …
Watch our "Sound Bytes of Torah for Yom Kippur," short videos to inspire your personal preparation for the upcoming holiday. http://www.jtsa.edu/jts-torah-online?reset=1&search=&genre=2310¶shah=&holiday=2103&theme=&series=&author= …
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum (z"l) was an international leader in interfaith & race relations. On 10/24, we'll discuss the book "Confronting Hate," the first-ever biography about Rabbi Tanenbaum’s career with his widow Dr. Georgette Bennett. http://www.jtsa.edu/confronting-hate …pic.twitter.com/FH6bKwLyyX