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On April 23rd in Hoversten Chapel, the Augsburg Choir and Director Kristina Boerger – with Reverend Karin Craven and her Comparative Religion students – present an interdisciplinary event highlighting the centrality of water in our musical, spiritual, and civic lives. The opening reception at 6:15 features guest exhibitors including Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light, Ecumenical Water Initiative, MN350.org, and Clean Water Action Minnesota. The 7:00 performance offers: music about water from many lands and epochs; scriptures, prayers, and legends about water from many faiths; reflective writings from the Augsburg River Semester; and pipeline-resistance stories from the water-protection front. Collaborating performers include Cedar Singers, Riverside Singers, and St. Paul’s ComMUSICation youth choir. Come to be enraptured, educated, and involved.