Sacred Art, Sacred Music
March 1–3, 2013
An Exhibition of Russian Orthodox Icons From the 18th and 19th Centuries
and a Celebration of Orthodox Christian Liturgical Music
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WhatCome see more than 50 icons depicting Christ, the Virgin Mary, saints, and other subjects:
exquisite examples of Orthodox Christian art in the traditional style of the Russian schools.
These will include new icons not displayed previously.
Each day, we will offer several presentations, including lectures from special guests
Archimandrite Luke Murianka, abbot of Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY,
and Northern Kentucky University music department chair, composer Kurt Sander.
Please also join us for an extended choral performance on Sunday afternoon.
Our book and icon store will be open for business all weekend.
In addition, ethnic foods, pastries, and beverages will be offered for sale.
WhereSt. Jonah Orthodox Church
2910 Spring Cypress Rd.
Spring, TX 77388
Admission is open to the public and free of charge.
|Friday, March 1, 2013||3:00 PM – 9:00 PM|
|Archimandrite Luke Murianka||7:30 PM|
|"The Knowledge of Icons that Leads to God - Part I"|
|Saturday, March 2, 2013||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Archimandrite Luke Murianka||11:00 AM|
|"The Knowledge of Icons that Leads to God - Part II"
Followed by Q&A
|Kurt Sander||2:00 PM|
|"Ineffable Beauty: An Introduction to the Aesthetics of Orthodox Liturgical Art and Music"|
|Sunday, March 3, 2013||12:00 PM – 5:00 PM|
|Choral Performance||3:30 PM|
|With commentary by Kurt Sander and John Lickwar|
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with information about our speakers.