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Church Music in the Former East Germany and its Situation Today

Prof. Dr. Theol. Cristoph Krummacher, Director of the Kirchenmusikalisches Institut of the Musikhochschule, Leipzig, Germany begins a week of lectures at SMU’s Master of Sacred Music Program, which is sponsored Monday evening by the Dallas Goethe Center, based on the topic "Church Music in the Former East Germany and its Situation Today". A reception will follow the event. Let's support this interesting and worthwhile topic!

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  • Monika

    The lecture "Church Music in the Former East Germany and its Situation Today" is held in room Prothro 121, which is the same as the "Prothro Great Hall."

    Parking is either in the neighborhoods directly south of the SMU campus (either side off of Abbot Avenue) or on the ground level of the Meadows Museum garage (which is OK after 6:00 pm).

    February 11, 2013

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