The Hopeful Realism blog has a two part extensive interview with Isaac Wardell from Bifrost Arts on their upcoming conference. You can also hear two new songs that will be on their album being released this spring.
Part One – introduces Bifrost Arts
Part Two – previews the April 22-24, 2013 conference taking place in Philadelphia titled “The Cry of the Poor.”
Blurb on the conference from Bifrost Arts website:
This year’s Bifrost conference will explore the intersection of worship, community, and mercy. Speakers will include Makoto Fujimura (Director of International Arts Movement), John Witvliet (Director of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship), Greg Thompson (fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture), and Frère Emmanuel (brother from the worshipping community of Taize), as well as other panels and workshops.
We are also excited to have music from Sandra McCracken, Philadelphia Choral Arts, the Bifrost Arts Ensemble, and The Welcome Wagon. We hope you can join us!