St. John's Cathedral - Jacksonville Florida
The Episcopal Church in the United States of America
The Very Rev. Edward H Harrison, Jr., Dean of Florida 
John Barry, Organist/Choirmaster
Thursday, April 1, 2004 - Hymnal 1982

The Passion in Art and Jazz

In 1991, Michel Roux commissioned 14 different artists to interpret the 14 Stations of the Cross.  This is the first exhibition of  these works on the United States.  Artists include Rick Garcia, Ginny Ruffner, John Pacovsky, Charles Becker, Romero Britto, Ivan Jenson, Avital Shlomo, Ron English, Alex Echo, Suzanne White, Jeff Carpenter, Marcia Yerman, Julie Wachtel, and Sidney Schenck.

The music for the jazz performance was selected to complement the interpretation of the artists.

6:00pm - Exhibit
7:30pm - Jazz Performance
by "Rain"
    Tony Steve - Director and vibraphone
    Christi John Bye - soprano
    Don Casper - guitar
    Reggie Haywood - piano
    Dr. Cynthia Miller - cello
    Dusty Springfield - bass
Station 1 - Jesus is condemned to death
Station 2 - Jesus is made to carry the cross
Anonymous Avinu Malkeinu (Hebrew melody)
Station 3 - Jesus falls the first time Miles Davis All Blues
Station 4 - Jesus meets his afflicted mother Anonymous Holy is your Name (Wild Mountain Thyme)
Station 5 - The Cyrenean helps Jesus carry the cross
Station 6 - Veronica wipes the face of Jesus
John Amercrombie Remember Hymn
Station 7 - Jesus falls the second time Steve Swallow Falling Grace
Station 8 - Jesus speaks to the women of Jerusalem Josef Zawinul A Remark You Made
Station 9 - Jesus falls the third time John Green I Cover the Waterfront
Station 10 - Jesus is stripped of his garments J S Bach,
arr Tony Steve
Oh Sacred Head Surrounded
Station 11 - Jesus is nailed to the cross Chick Corea Crystal Silence
Station 12 - Jesus dies on the cross John Coltrane
A Love Supreme
Station 13 - Jesus is taken down from the cross Duke Ellington Come Sunday
Station 14 - Jesus is laid in the sepulcher Russ Ferrante Goin' Home

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