During this season of reflection and refocusing, we are hosting two folk musicians and a blues guitarist. All are invited on March 26 for Julien Baker & Memphis folk music. Julien Baker’s music is, in part, concerned with the existence and presence of God. Critics took notice of her debut solo album, “Sprained Ankle,” including Jon Caramanica of The New York Times, who named it one of the best albums of 2015. This series is a wonderful opportunity to realize the connections between liturgical seasons and ordinary life, even the popular music that so often comforts and inspires us.
We hope you will return for the final concert on April 2: Meg Hutchinson & American folk music.