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Event: Artist G. Roland Biermann will discuss his latest project, 'Stations,' with Aaron Rosen, Terence Rodrigues and Giles Waller. followed by a performance of Georg Friedrich Haas: String Quartet no. 3 by the Alke Quartet, London

G. Roland Biermann will discuss his latest project Stations with Aaron Rosen, Terence Rodrigues and Giles Waller. Dr. Aaron Rosen, project curator of Stations - Art and Passion, lectures at King‘s College, London and is the author of the award-winning publication Art+Religion in the 21st Century. Terence Rodrigues, former lecturer at Oxford University and director at Christie‘s is an art historian, art critic and lecturer. He is also editor of the Fine Arts Journal Middle East. Giles Waller is a Research Associate at Cambridge Interfaith Programme and editor of Christian Theology and Tragedy: Theologians, Tragic Literature and Tragic Theory.

After the talk there will be a performance of Georg Friedrich Haas‘ String Quartet No. 3 will be performed by the Alke Quartet: Soh-yon Kim, Violin 1, Elise Harper, Violin 2, Karen French, Cello, Ben Harrison, Viola.

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