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A 12th-century abbess gifted with extraordinary skills in medicine, science, and music.
From medieval times to modernity, women have made important contributions to all aspects of music, including as composers.
Though we tend to remember our favorite composers for their music first and foremost, many of them were virtuosic in more ways than one.
The extraordinary story of Hildegard von Bingen.
“Restoration is an act of defiance against decay,” composer William Neil said. His new work, “Out of Darkness into Light,” celebrates the restoration of Chicago’s historic St. Stanislaus Kostka Church.