“Hark, the herald angels sing! They announce the prophecy as planned, For if you know how to open a gift without breaking the ribbons of the band, You can look within the meaning and find the power and the light, And the Present becomes the Presence, and the angels sing in delight.” (Kenneth G. Mills)…

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American master weaver Ted Hallman, inspired by the music of the Star-Scape Singers, collaborated with their conductor, Kenneth G. Mills, to create an extraordinary series of tapestries that suggest the subtle color nuances of sunrises. Ted skillfully embraced his passion for music through exploration in woven form, capturing the very timbre of music through the…

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By Mary Joy Leaper “We are moving into an age where Dr. Mills’s knowledge and teaching will become a tool for survival.” (Eugene Watts, Co-founder of the Canadian Brass) Do you ever wonder, How can I make a difference? What are the answers to my questions in what seem to be such turbulent times? Have…

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“Why ‘fire’?” asked Margot Adler of NPR in an interview with conductor Kenneth G. Mills, co-composer of the masterwork The Fire Mass. The Fire Mass was composed by Christopher Dedrick and Kenneth Mills, with words from the Latin Ordinary of the Mass and Mills’s poetry. “Conceived for a ten-to-twelve voice ensemble, it is tonal yet…

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At the Kenneth G. Mills Foundation’s 2017 Summer Festival of Light, Sound, and Peace: Celebrating Presence, Mallory Blair Randle, artist and ceramics teacher, presented slides of his vivid sketches done in Arizona and Ontario. As a remembrance of places and times that were dear to him – not just as a memory but “to point…

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