All Concerts are free, handicapped accessible and are held in Hendricks Chapel.

Hendricks Chapel is committed to bringing arts of the highest quality to the Syracuse community at the lowest possible cost. The Malmgren Concert Series was made possible by a generous gift to Hendricks Chapel in 1991 from Esther Malmgren, a Syracuse University alumna. The series usually consists of three or four concerts a year, many of which feature the organ, Mrs. Malmgren’s favorite instrument.

For more information, call 315-443-2901.

2014-2015 Season

VincentREBEL, Ensemble for Baroque Music
with Matthais Maute, Recorder & Flute

Sunday September 21, 2014 at 4 p.m.

REBEL has enchanted diverse audiences by their unique style and their virtuosic, highly expressive and provocative approach to the Baroque and Classical repertoire.  This performance entitled Barocco will use five performers on recorder, flute, violin, cello and harpsichord, and feature music by Corelli, Vivaldi, Leclair, Handel, Boyce and Telemann.  Formed in the Netherlands in 1991, REBEL has held a longterm residency at Trinity Church, Wall Street in New York City.  They have also performed in the United States at the Da Camera Society, Library of Congress, University of Chicago and the Boston Early Music Festival. 

morrisonAlan Morrison

Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 4:00pm

Alan Morrison is organ professor at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia and at Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, NJ.  He is an internationally acclaimed concert artist, having performed at Lincoln Center in New York City, the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, The Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, The National Cathedral in Washington, DC, and at concert venues in Canada, Europe and South America.  He has recorded 10 compact discs.  He is a champion of contemporary music, having premiered works by William Bolcom, Eric Sessler and Emily Mason Porter.   


Robin Jenkins, organ - Rising Star Recital

Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 4:00pm

Robin Jenkins has performed across the United States including venues such as the Kennedy Center in Washington, D. C., St. Louis’ Christ Church Cathedral and Cleveland’s Trinity Lutheran Church.  She has performed solo piano concertos with the Washington University Symphony and the Alton Symphony and has participated in several chamber music festivals.  Robin Jenkins holds degrees in piano and organ performance from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and has a master of music in organ performance and church music from Mercer University in Macon, GA.  She won second prize in the 2014 Arthur Poister Organ Competition. 

Cardinal Singers

Mass of Reconciliation (Jazz Mass)

Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 7:30pm

Composed by Peppie Calvar, director of the Hendricks Chapel Choir, Syracuse University, Mass of Reconcilation was premiered at Myers Park United Methodist Church in Charlotte, NC in 2005.  It is inspired by Duke Ellington’s First Sacred Concert, in its marriage of jazz, choral and sacred elements.  This performance will feature the Hendricks Chapel Choir and Windjammer (Syracuse University’s jazz vocal ensemble) with jazz artists from Central New York and around the country.