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Featuring Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo soprano and Ieva Jok┼½bavi─ìi┼½t─ù, piano. The Ciompi Quartet, Duke’s resident ensemble, returns to Baldwin Auditorium with a dynamic program. Night Music—Bela Bartók’s term for music that depicts of the sounds and emotions of the night—is the central episode in the arch form of his Quartet #4. Fifty years later, Henri Dutilleux returned to the same noc…
Across their fifteen years together, the Marian Consort has amassed an international reputation for their “astounding” performances and ensemble sound. (The Herald) This fall, the youthful choir brings its innovative performance of medieval and renaissance music to Durham for their Duke Arts debut. Under the direction of Scottish conductor, countertenor and musicologist Rory McCleery, the Maria…
Join the CML for our weekly Friday prayer service. The service includes a khutbah (sermon) followed by prayer. Prayer concludes by 1:30pm. Stay after for halal food and to socialize with the community!
Weekly meetings with training in BP Format and practice rounds.
Singer-songwriter Gregory Porter has garnered wide acclaim for his rich baritone and fusion of jazz, soul, and gospel. Drawing inspiration from legends like Nat King Cole, Donny Hathaway, and Stevie Wonder, Porter emerged in 2010 with his Grammy-nominated debut, Water. After signing with Blue Note Records, Porter’s third album, Liquid Spirit, earned a Grammy and became one of the most stream…
Engineering Student Government sponsored social.
A time dedicated for upperclassmen to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members.
General body meeting for Partners in Health Engage
Large Group is a service of worship in the Christian tradition. There will be singing of songs from the Christian tradition and a short talk based on a portion of the Bible. There will be an opportunity for connecting with other students. Large Group is open to Duke students of all faith backgrounds and religious identities.
A time dedicated for first years to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members.
Join us as we read and listen to small portions of the Qur’an in Arabic. Afterwards, we will reflect and discuss the meaning of the passage as a group.
A time dedicated for upperclassmen to study the Bible, ask faith questions, and bond with other members!