A2: Music

A report on the Muslim Media Network describes the recent Divine Language of Music Chanting special at the Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth in Ann Arbor, where three groups performed: “An audience of about 120 people packed a beautiful room lit by candles, with paintings on the walls designed to represent spiritual teachings, and symbols around the room of cosmological things like the stars and moon. … Also singing were The Threshold Choir, which may be of slightly more interest to a Muslim audience. The Threshold Choir, represented Sunday by about 15 singers, sings at the bedsides of people – sometimes bedsides of people who are dying, sometimes bedsides of people who are sick or in comas.” [Source]