Disorientation: An Evening of Song, Silence, Scripture and Solidarity for Good Friday [Berkshire on Stage]

Disorientation: An Evening of Song, Silence, Scripture and Solidarity for Good FridayWhat do the sounds of contemporary indie musicians like Portishead and Arcade Fire – or jazz master Herbie Hancock – have to say about spiritual truth?

What do contemporary poets have to teach us about the presence of the sacred in acts of solidarity or human suffering?

On Good Friday, March 29 2013 at 7:00 PM a consortium of Berkshire musicians will present “Disorientation: Finding the Light in the Darkness” at the First Church on Park Square, 27 East Street, Pittsfield.

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