Presented by First Unitarian Church of Cleveland, with direction by Mr. Michael Carney. Musicians include strings students from the Cleveland Institute of music, under the tutelage of Peter Salaff, and the First Unitarian Chancel Choir.
Bartok was not only ahead of his time musically, but his views on nature and religion feel remarkably contemporary today. We’ll explore his music in the context of both nature and religion on Earth Day in celebration of the 5th Anniversary of the completion of First Unitarian’s Permaculture Garden.
A reception, including Hungarian foods, follows.