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A Positive Approach to Virtual Rehearsals with Dr. Adan Fernandez, on Music and the Church with Sarah Bereza Ep. 56
In this episode, Dr. Adan Fernandez shares his positive approach to virtual rehearsals and performances.
Dr. Adan Fernandez is the Director of Music at Holy Family Catholic Community in Glendale, CA, and is the Campus Organist at California Lutheran University.
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Flow: The Ancient Way to Do Contemporary Worship, Part 2
Listen in for an in-depth interview with Andrew Eastes, Jonathan Ottaway, Glenn Stallsmith, and Deborah Wong, four of the authors of Flow: The Ancient Way to Do Contemporary Worship. This is the second of two episodes on Flow. Get in touch: musicandthechurch.com/55 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Flow: The Ancient Way to Do Contemporary Worship, Part 1
Listen in for an in-depth interview with Lester Ruth, Zachary Barnes, and Adam Perez, three of the authors of Flow: The Ancient Way to Do Contemporary Worship. This is part one of two parts; next month's episode continues with Flow's four other authors: Andrew Eastes, Jonathan Ottaway, Glenn Stallsmith, and Deborah Wong. Get in touch: musicandthechurch.com and email@example.com
Flaming? An Interview with Author Dr. Alisha Lola Jones
Listen in for an in-depth interview with Dr. Alisha Lola Jones about her new book Flaming?: The Peculiar Theopolitics of Fire and Desire in Black Male Gospel Performance. Get in touch: sarah-bereza.com/53 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Composer Jessica French
Jessica French shares her compositions, how her compositional process is influenced by synesthesia, as well as her work as a soprano and music educator. Get in touch: musicandthechurch.com/52 and email@example.com
How I'm Planning for the Fall
You know the old joke: if you want to make God laugh, tell God your plans. Be that as it may, here' show I'm planning for the fall. Not the usual hymns + anthems + a few handbell pieces, but plans nonetheless. With a baby due in mid-August, I need some plans in place, even though they're practically sure to change. I bet you have more flexibility than I do, but I hope hearing my plans will give you some ideas for the coming months. Get in touch: sarah-bereza.com and firstname.lastname@example.org