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Music and Message

"Music and Message" is the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel that features musical performances and spoken reflection from a diversity of religious and spiritual perspectives. These gatherings seek to nurture the spirit and ignite the soul, and we invite all students, faculty and staff for another season of inspiration.

Our theme for the Spring 2021 semester is “Loss/Renewal”. We will explore the lifelong patterns of hurt and hope, fall and rise, isolation and reunion, death and life. By exploring these rhythms of our existence, participants will explore the yearning for revival in the human experience.

Learn more about the Fall 2020 semester of "Music and Message" in SU News. Scroll down for full recordings of past programs.

 

Join us for Spring 2021!

Sundays at 4 p.m. through May 9

Tune in on Zoom

Please note: Currently, all guests are invited to attend "Music and Message" on Zoom. When COVID-19 guidelines allow, those who work or reside on campus will be welcomed to experience the series in person in the Main Chapel. All those who do not work or reside on campus, including parents and alumni, are invited to experience this program on Zoom for the duration of the semester.

Pre-registration is not required. This event is free and open to all.

 

March 7 Program

Featuring guest speaker

Julie Coggiola headshot

Julie Coggiola '21

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Jazz & Commerical Music singer

 

 

With performances by

Sarah Gross '22, Jazz & Commerical Music singer

Nicholas Peta G '22, Jazz & Commerical Music singer

Grace Krichbaum '21

 

Accessibility

Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART) and captioning will be provided. For more information or to request accommodations, contact Hendricks Chapel at 315.443.2901 or chapel@syr.edu.

 

Questions?

Contact Hendricks Chapel at 315.443.2901 or chapel@syr.edu.

PRESENTED WITH SUPPORT FROM THE MALMGREN FUND AND THE HENDRICKS CHAPEL DEAN’S DISCRETIONARY FUND

 

Full Recordings of Past "Music and Message" Events

Spring 2021

Feb. 21 Program

Speaker: Elder Melvin Baker, Historically Black Church Chaplain

Performers: Hanna Comia, piano; Augustine Sobeng, organ

 

Feb. 28 Program

Speaker: Dr. Tanisha M. Jackson, Executive Director of Community Folk Art Center and Professor of Practice, African American Studies 

Performers: Anita Frasier, voice; Sam Ronan, piano; Jessica Montgomery; voice; and Hannah Comia, piano

 

Fall 2021

Aug. 31: "Blessing of Students"

In honor of the students of Syracuse University, and to commemorate the life transitions of starting the 2020 academic year, Hendricks Chapel hosted a “Blessing of Students” on Sunday, Aug. 30!

The event included a welcome from Dean Brian Konkol, blessings from our diverse chaplains, and performances by Dr. Peppie Calvar, Dr. Anne Laver, and members of the Hendricks Chapel Choir. Watch the full recording below anytime!

 

Sept. 6 Program

Speakers: Hendricks Chapel Dean Brian Konkol and Ethan Smith '20 G'22, Convener of S.A.I.L. (Student Assembly of Interfaith Leaders)

Performers: Theresa Chen, instructor of jazz piano at Setnor School of Music, and a quartet of Hendricks Chapel Choir members

 

Sept. 13 Program

Speakers: Dean Brian Konkol, dean of Hendricks Chapel

Performers: Lindsey Bartlett, soprano; Hannah Comia, piano; Hendricks Chapel Choir quartet

You can watch this program recording directly on Facebook. Due to Facebook's copyright regulations, this program cannot be embedded on our website.

 

Sept. 20 Program

Speaker: Imam Amir Duric, Muslim Chaplain at Syracuse University

Performers: Chris Spinelli, piano, and a quartet of Hendricks Chapel Choir members

 

Sept. 27 Program

Speaker: Rev. Gail Riina, Lutheran Chaplain at Syracuse University

Performers: Liamna Pestana Roche, guitar and voice, and a quartet of Hendricks Chapel Choir members

 

Oct. 4 Program

Speaker: Syeisha Byrd, Director of the Office of Engagement Programs at Hendricks Chapel

Performers: Oldet Ibo, piano; John Harrity, clarinet; and a quartet of Hendricks Chapel Choir members

You can watch this program recording directly on Facebook. Due to Facebook's copyright regulations, this program cannot be embedded on our website.

 

Oct. 11 Program

Speaker: Rev. Jay Koshy, Evangelical Chaplain

Performers: Prof. Will Knuth, violin and Prof. Ida Trebicka, piano

You can watch this program recording directly on Facebook. Due to Facebook's copyright regulations, this program cannot be embedded on our website.

 

Oct. 18 Program

Special Malmgren Series Concert featuring the music of Dr. Natalie Draper. Live and recorded performances for solo guitar, organ, vocal quartet, and wind quintet by Setnor School of Music faculty and the Akropolis Reed Quintet. This program is part of Syracuse University's virtual Family Weekend offerings.

 

Oct. 25 Program

Performances by sophomore jazz commercial vocalist Briana Gilyard and remarks by Prof. Rufus Bonds, Jr., Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre, Department of Drama.

 

Nov. 1 Program

Special Orange Central program featuring performances by Department of Drama students and distinguished alumni, including Tony Award-winning actress Jessie Mueller '05 and singer Leslie DiNicola '03.

 

Nov. 8 Program

Featuring the music of Erin Manion, jazz commercial music student; Augustine Sobeng, organ; and Benji Wittman, voice/guitar. Benji Wittman ’20 G’21 delivers remarks.

You can watch this program recording directly on Facebook. Due to Facebook's copyright regulations, this program cannot be embedded on our website.

 

Nov. 15 Program

Featuring the music of Diyorakhon Tursunova, a Syracuse Universty master’s student, on the piano. Dr. Anne Laver and Dr. Peppie Calvar also perform. Hendricks Chapel Choir member Natalie Pereira ’21 offers a reflection.

 

Nov. 22 Program

The Fall 2020 "Music and Message" series concluded with a special program focusing on gratitude. During this time of year, in which we are often compelled to reflect and give thanks, we invite you to share what you are most thankful for in the midst of such challenges times. Dr. José "Peppie" Calvar and Dr. Anne Laver performed music of praise and thanksgiving by J. S. Bach, Dieterich Buxtehude, Margaret Sandresky, and Ernesto Lecuona. The program also included a video montage featuring submissions of Syracuse University faculty, staff and students highlighting expressions of gratitude.