Can music give us clues to the meaning of life? World-class pianist, Mia Chung, described by the New York Times as “technically dazzling” and honored in 1997 by the USA’s most prestigious award for a young concert artist, and Kevin Gosa, progressive saxophonist and two-time co-recipient of the DownBeat Magazine Award for Best Collegiate Instrumental Chamber Ensemble, give performance-presentations on the role of music and beauty in the human experience and how they connect their Christian faith with their work as professional musicians. Featuring Beethoven’s Opus 13 and Opus 110 and an original composition for solo saxophone entitled “The Number One”. Q&A is moderated by Robert Randolph, Chaplain to the Institute.