Here is a wonderful article about the interfaith service marking one month. There are also stories from a teacher and trumpeter at Holy Trinity Music School and her students about the earthquake and its aftermath.
|Jeanne Pocius looking over some of the instruments recovered from Holy Trinity Music School in Port-au-Prince|
[Episcopal News Service] Amidst the ruins of their diocese and their nation, Haitian Episcopalians have found on-going hope in their music and art.
"Some things are too difficult to express in words," said Jeanne Pocius, a trumpet professor at the Diocese of Haiti's now-destroyed Holy Trinity Music School in Port-au-Prince, paraphrasing Victor Hugo. "You see people being absolutely stoic and when the music begins, the tears begin to flow. It's healing, it's a great medication. It's a gift of the Holy Spirit."
You can read the rest of the article here:
Haiti marks one-month anniversary of quake: Music, art offer hope to survivors
The article includes a link to audio excerpts as well.