Interfaith Oneness Music Festival at Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music
Oneness Musical Festival—Experience Harmonious Interfaith Diversity
July 29, 2016 Friday
Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music Ingram Hall
“Our world needs bridges not walls”. Experience harmony in diversity of faiths. Progress of a community or nation is based on what values does it uphold. Peace cannot come by force , but through understanding. Nashville is now wearing a crown of rainbows of various cultures. In all this diverse faiths there is the universal principals that “holds together” the humans and keep alive “humanness” in the world. Let us orchestrate!
Music and dance is like a thread that joins various precious stones and beads. In all this diverse faiths there is the universal principles that “holds together” the humans and keep alive “humanness” in the world. Let us orchestrate common ground and create more opportunities to practice being considerate towards one another and be in a harmonious rhythm.
Dr. Reita Agarwal: Host and Principal Organizer
Ms. Sonia Chaudhuri: Coordinator of Stage Performances and Master of Ceremonies
Rev. Mark Forrester: Chairman of Vanderbilt Religious Life Center
Mr. Randy Shulte: Tennessee Board of Regents -- Welcoming Remarks
5pm: Exhibits and food sales begin
6:30pm: Interfaith Music program begins in Auditorium; Welcoming remarks followed by performances
Free parking available in the West Garage @ 2500 Children's Way
Time: 6:30pm to 8pm
Admission Cost: Free per Free