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During his time studying Armenia’s liturgical music at Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Suni studied under Komitas and later wrote in his autobiography that he was inspired by his teacher’s openness to folk music.
An alumnae choir and interpretive liturgical dancers led the procession as an alumna from each of the 55 years carried their respective yearbook into the gym.
It will be led by St. Martin’s Church Mass Choir (including the traditional, gospel and African choirs) and a guest who will perform liturgical dance sets to supplement the songs.
Included in the collection will be paintings, drawings, sculpture, archaeological artifacts, decorative arts, liturgical vestments, furniture and manuscripts.
Liturgical dance master class Dallas Black Dance Theatre hosts this workshop for age 15 and older to learn praise dance movements and choreography.
The St. Mary & St. Mark parish was founded by first-generation Egyptian-Americans in 1999; English is its main liturgical language.
Video-games could well be another conversation on this liturgical journey.
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