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Music and Message

Join us for a new weekly series at Hendricks Chapel that features musical performances and spoken reflection from a diversity of religious and spiritual perspectives. These inclusive gatherings bridge campus and community and seek to spark inspiration, peace, and wellbeing for all.

All events in the series are free and open to the public. Programs take place on Sundays at 4 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Parking is complimentary. The Q1 lot will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

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

 

Fall 2019 Schedule

September 8

Give Thanks and Be Well: Dean Brian Konkol and the chaplains share how gratitude can be grounding

Performances by Elaina Palada, Imri Leshed, Jessica Montgomery, Anne Laver, and the Hendricks Chapel Choir

 

September 15 – Concert

Hailed as “one of the grooviest bands to come out of Washington D.C.,” the Bumper Jacksons bring their joyful blend of bluegrass/swing/New Orleans/Americana to Hendricks Chapel. This concert also features a collaboration with the Hendricks Chapel Choir. All are welcome!

Please note: Parking for this event is complimentary. Irving Garage and Hillside lots will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Q1 lot will be designated for accessible parking.

Supported by The Esther Drake and John Vincent Malmgren Endowment

 

September 22 – Concert

Organ and choral concert celebrating World Gratitude Day, performed by University Organist Anne Laver and the Hendricks Chapel Choir

Supported by The Esther Drake and John Vincent Malmgren Endowment

 

September 29 – Concert

On the Edge of Silence: Ecstatic Utterances and Inspired Breath
Concert and multi-media performance by Ensemble Parallax, with Kathleen Roland-Silverstein
Pre-concert panel discussion at 3 p.m.
Presented in partnership with the Syracuse University Humanities Center

Supported by The Esther Drake and John Vincent Malmgren Endowment 

 

October 6

Making a Difference: Undergraduate research and creative work grant recipients reflect on their engagement with communities around the world.

 

October 13

Seasons of Love: Musical theatre showcase led by Syracuse Drama students

 

October 20

We Remember Them: Service and candlelight vigil in commemoration of the victims of Pan Am Flight 103, led by the 2019-20 Remembrance Scholars

 

October 27 – Concert

The award-winning Verona Quartet performs works by Ravel, Janáček, and Szymanowski

Supported by The Esther Drake and John Vincent Malmgren Endowment 

 

November 3 – Concert

Theodicy Jazz Collective and Hendricks Chapel Choir present a program of sacred jazz, including the Canterbury Jazz Mass

 

November 10

Identity and Spirituality: Presented by Alonzo Turner, winner of the 2019 UMECM Spiritual Writing Contest, and musical guest Victor Provost, a steel pan drummer

 

November 17 – Concert

Fall choral concert with a medley of student choirs, including the Hendricks Chapel Choir, Setnor Sonority, Crouse Chorale, and University Singers

Supported by The Esther Drake and John Vincent Malmgren Endowment

 

Mark your calendars for these special concerts coming in Spring 2020:

February 9

Black History Month celebration with song and spoken word

 

February 16

Student singer-songwriter showcase

 

February 23

Concert by the Akropolis Wind Quintet

Supported by The Esther Drake and John Vincent Malmgren Endowment 

 

March 1

Body, Mind, and Spirit I: music for dancing

 

March 8

Concert by the American Spiritual Ensemble

Supported by The Esther Drake and John Vincent Malmgren Endowment 

Presented in partnership with the Syracuse University Humanities Center

 

March 29

Celebration of Syracuse University’s 150th anniversary

 

April 5

Body, Mind, and Spirit II: music to de-stress

 

April 12

Body, Mind, and Spirit III: music for rebirth and renewal

 

April 19

Performance by the Setnor Baroque Ensemble and Hendricks Chapel Choir

 

April 26

Syracuse Oratorio Society and Hendricks Chapel Choir perform a spring choral concert including Benjamin Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb