Friday, July 29, Dr. Ming Wang will perform at the Interfaith Oneness Music Festival at Vanderbilt University. The music festival is built around bringing harmony to the diversity and variety of faiths in Nashville. The festival hopes to promote the idea of togetherness and the idea that understanding our differences can help us see the best in everyone. Cultural differences can be brought together through experiencing the variety of music, art, dance, and food that each culture offers the world. The Interfaith Oneness Music Festival promotes the idea that at the center of all faiths is “Humanness.” As many different cultures share their music at the festival on July 29th, different cultures can also bring everyone a feeling of oneness that can bring all of us together.
The festival is organized by Reita Agarwal and will feature live music performances, art exhibitions, and food. The event will take place on July 29 from 5 to 9pm in the Blair School of Music Ingram Hall. The art exhibit will be held from 5 to 6:30 followed by the musical performances. There is free parking in the West Garage at 2500 Children’s Way, which is directly across the street from the Blair School. The garage entrance on Childrens Way, directly across the street from the entrance to the school, must be used.
The festival is free and open to the public. Learn more here.