5.17.15, A Faith that Sings and Dances, Misa Criolla, Mark Daugherty and the USG Choir

Many of us grew up hearing religious music that was staid and “church-y.” There are even some denominations that frown on (gasp!) dancing.  It doesn’t have to be that way.  The Argentinean composer Ariel Ramirez has taken some Latin American dance and carnival rhythms and melodies and incorporated  them into a musical mass reflective of his culture and his faith. It is rhythmically vibrant, melodically expressive, and hypnotically spiritual.  Not to be missed!