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Music and Message with Mirror Visions Ensemble

Join us for a Malmgren Concert featuring special guest performers, Mirror Visions Ensemble. Mirror Visions Ensemble’s programs take audiences on an imaginative journey through song. During this concert, mezzo soprano Abigail Levis, tenor Scott Murphree, baritone Mischa Bouvier and pianist Grant Wenaus will perform an engaging program including folk songs, civil war ballads, and new works by living American composers that highlight the depth and diversity of the American experience. The Malmgren Concerts are special installments of Music and Message. Sundays at 4 p.m. September 12 through November 14 In-person and on Zoom All are welcome to join us in Hendricks Chapel! Or experience this program online through Zoom, which will open at 4 p.m. ET each Sunday with the same link. Please note that on campus events are subject to public health conditions and CDC guidelines. For the latest information relevant to campus, please visit the Stay Safe website.

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Malmgren Concert Featuring “Job’s Trials: A Jazz Song Cycle”

Join us on Oct. 10 at 4 p.m. ET in Hendricks Chapel for a Malmgren Concert featuring special guest performers, Dan Loomis and his jazz ensemble. Loomis, a bassist and composer, will lead the ensemble in his latest work, “Job’s Trials: A Jazz Song Cycle.” It is an evocative musical dive into an ancient, universal story exploring why bad things happen to good people. In this fresh and thought-provoking work, the biblical story of Job is told by the character Ha Satan, whose narration is accompanied by original jazz compositions. Guests are welcome in person or on Zoom.  Dinner to follow This concert will be followed by a dinner and panel discussion on the performance and the story of Job. Panelists and guests will explore what it means when bad things happen to good people through the lenses of music, faith and philosophy. All are welcome to join at 5:30 p.m. in the Shemin Galleria, located in the Shaffer Art Building. Space for the dinner is limited. To reserve a seat, please RSVP via email to chapel@syr.edu.

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Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month and Third Annual LGBTQ+ History Month Potash Keynote: Ariana Brown and Alan Pelaez Lopez

Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the LGBTQ Resource Center for our joint LGBTQ+ History Month Potash Keynote and Latinx Hispanic Heritage Month Keynote, featuring poets Alan Pelaez Lopez and Ariana Brown. Alan Pelaez Lopez Alan Pelaez Lopez is a poet, essayist and a cultural critic trained in multimedia writing. Their poetry investigates the realities of undocumented migrants in the United States, Black futures and the complex kinship practices that transgender and nonbinary people build to speak back to power. They are the author of “to love and mourn in the age of displacement,” “Intergalactic Travels: poems from a fugitive alien,” and a finalist for the 2020 International Latino Book Award. Follow their work online: @MigrantScribble. Ariana Brown Ariana Brown is a queer Black Mexican American poet from San Antonio, TX. She is the author of poetry collections “We Are Owed,” “Sana Sana,” and a 2014 National Collegiate Poetry Slam champion. Ariana’s work investigates queer Black personhood in Mexican American spaces, Black relationality and girlhood, loneliness and care. She has been writing, performing and teaching poetry for over 10 years. Follow her work online @ArianaThePoet.

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel that features musical performances and spoken reflection from diverse of religious and spiritual perspectives — is returning to campus this fall semester. These gatherings seek to nurture the soul and ignite the spirit, and we invite all students, faculty, staff and community members for another season of inspiration. Sundays at 4 p.m. September 12 through November 14 In-person and on Zoom All are welcome to join us in Hendricks Chapel! Or experience this program online through Zoom, which will open at 4 p.m. ET each Sunday with the same link. Please note that on campus events are subject to public health conditions and CDC guidelines. For the latest information relevant to campus, please visit the Stay Safe website.

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel that features musical performances and spoken reflection from diverse of religious and spiritual perspectives — is returning to campus this fall semester. These gatherings seek to nurture the soul and ignite the spirit, and we invite all students, faculty, staff and community members for another season of inspiration. Sundays at 4 p.m. September 12 through November 14 In-person and on Zoom All are welcome to join us in Hendricks Chapel! Or experience this program online through Zoom, which will open at 4 p.m. ET each Sunday with the same link. Please note that on campus events are subject to public health conditions and CDC guidelines. For the latest information relevant to campus, please visit the Stay Safe website.

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel that features musical performances and spoken reflection from diverse of religious and spiritual perspectives — is returning to campus this fall semester. These gatherings seek to nurture the soul and ignite the spirit, and we invite all students, faculty, staff and community members for another season of inspiration. Sundays at 4 p.m. September 12 through November 14 In-person and on Zoom All are welcome to join us in Hendricks Chapel! Or experience this program online through Zoom, which will open at 4 p.m. ET each Sunday with the same link. Please note that on campus events are subject to public health conditions and CDC guidelines. For the latest information relevant to campus, please visit the Stay Safe website.

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel that features musical performances and spoken reflection from diverse of religious and spiritual perspectives — is returning to campus this fall semester. These gatherings seek to nurture the soul and ignite the spirit, and we invite all students, faculty, staff and community members for another season of inspiration. Sundays at 4 p.m. September 12 through November 14 In-person and on Zoom All are welcome to join us in Hendricks Chapel! Or experience this program online through Zoom, which will open at 4 p.m. ET each Sunday with the same link. Please note that on campus events are subject to public health conditions and CDC guidelines. For the latest information relevant to campus, please visit the Stay Safe website.

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel that features musical performances and spoken reflection from diverse of religious and spiritual perspectives — is returning to campus this fall semester. These gatherings seek to nurture the soul and ignite the spirit, and we invite all students, faculty, staff and community members for another season of inspiration. Sundays at 4 p.m. September 12 through November 14 In-person and on Zoom All are welcome to join us in Hendricks Chapel! Or experience this program online through Zoom, which will open at 4 p.m. ET each Sunday with the same link. Please note that on campus events are subject to public health conditions and CDC guidelines. For the latest information relevant to campus, please visit the Stay Safe website.

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