Thursday, December 26, 2013
The Anthroposophical Society’s New York City Branch begins its Holy Nights season this evening. Runs through January 4, except New Year’s Eve, every night at seven o’clock. No fees, but donations are welcome.
From the publicity:
Tonight: Walter Alexander on “In the Spirit of Truth.”
Friday: Albert Spekman on Rudolf Steiner’s The Fifth Gospel.
Saturday: Dorothy Emmerson and Joyce Monges—“Experiencing the Holy Nights through Music & Verse.”
Sunday: Joyce Reilly and Doug Safranek on “Madonna & Child: Images from Byzantium to the Present.”
Monday, December 30: Gisela Wielki on “The Holy Family is You and I.”
Tuesday, December 31: Rachel Maldonado on “The Gift of Seven Trees.”
New Year’s Day: Cliff Venho on “Where Darkness is Light: The Hymns & Songs of Novalis.”
Thursday, January 2: Dan Mackenzie and Eva Ingolf—“Singing in the New Year.”
Friday, January 3: Linda Larson on “The Dream Song of Olaf Asteson,” with selections from Rudolf Steiner’s Eurythmy forms for all to move together.
Saturday, Jan 4: Ted McGlone on “Magi and Shepherds Streams as Heart—Thinking Social Forms.”
Sunday, January 5 (from 4 to 7 p.m.): Epiphany/Three Kings Festival & Potluck. Presentation by Joyce Reilly; music by Dorothy Emerson, Joyce Monges, Natasha Guruleva, David Anderson, and Dan Mackenzie.
The New York City Branch is located at 138 West 15th Street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, in Manhattan.