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Lindsey Bartlett, voice | Setnor Student Recital Series

Lindsey Bartlett, a student in the Setnor School of Music, performs. Live Streaming This will be recorded and live-streamed. All recitals will include full use of masks, distancing, and will have a limited audience of invited SU personnel. Watch Live

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Xiaoqiong Fan, piano | Setnor Student Recital Series

Xiaoqiong Fan, a student in the Setnor School of Music, performs. Live Streaming This will be recorded and live-streamed. All recitals will include full use of masks, distancing, and will have a limited audience of invited SU personnel. Watch Live

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel — is back! Join us every Sunday at 4pm, through November 22, to be inspired and uplifted! The program will include musical performances and spoken reflections from a diversity of religious and spiritual perspectives. The event will be in-person and livestreamed on Zoom webinar. Our theme for this semester is “Beauty/Brokenness”. In the midst of unprecedented times, we will explore the ways in which beauty can emerge from brokenness, and also, how brokenness can be found within that which is often deemed to be beautiful. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend in person or on Zoom webinar. Masks and social distancing are required. In accordance to COVID-19 regulations, those who do not work or reside on-campus, including parents and alumni, are invited to experience this program through Zoom webinar, which will open at 4 p.m. ET on Sunday. The event is free and registration is not required.

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The Meaning of Journey | A Solo Piano Recital, Theresa Chen

What does the world “journey” mean to you? When was the last time you travel? Did you enjoy the moment with Mother Nature? What did you learn from trips? Through presenting a classical/jazz program featuring works by Liszt, Debussy, Embry and Van Heusen, etc., Chen hopes to convey their personal reflections on recent trips. This concert will be pre-recorded at Most Holy Rosary Church and premiered via YouTube on Oct 28 at 7:30 p.m. Enjoy the virtual musical journey with Chen! Bon voyage! Watch Live-Stream  

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel — is back! Join us every Sunday at 4pm, through November 22, to be inspired and uplifted! The program will include musical performances and spoken reflections from a diversity of religious and spiritual perspectives. The event will be in-person and livestreamed on Zoom webinar. Our theme for this semester is “Beauty/Brokenness”. In the midst of unprecedented times, we will explore the ways in which beauty can emerge from brokenness, and also, how brokenness can be found within that which is often deemed to be beautiful. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend in person or on Zoom webinar. Masks and social distancing are required. In accordance to COVID-19 regulations, those who do not work or reside on-campus, including parents and alumni, are invited to experience this program through Zoom webinar, which will open at 4 p.m. ET on Sunday. The event is free and registration is not required.

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel — is back! Join us every Sunday at 4pm, through November 22, to be inspired and uplifted! The program will include musical performances and spoken reflections from a diversity of religious and spiritual perspectives. The event will be in-person and livestreamed on Zoom webinar. Our theme for this semester is “Beauty/Brokenness”. In the midst of unprecedented times, we will explore the ways in which beauty can emerge from brokenness, and also, how brokenness can be found within that which is often deemed to be beautiful. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend in person or on Zoom webinar. Masks and social distancing are required. In accordance to COVID-19 regulations, those who do not work or reside on-campus, including parents and alumni, are invited to experience this program through Zoom webinar, which will open at 4 p.m. ET on Sunday. The event is free and registration is not required.

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel — is back! Join us every Sunday at 4pm, through November 22, to be inspired and uplifted! The program will include musical performances and spoken reflections from a diversity of religious and spiritual perspectives. The event will be in-person and livestreamed on Zoom webinar. Our theme for this semester is “Beauty/Brokenness”. In the midst of unprecedented times, we will explore the ways in which beauty can emerge from brokenness, and also, how brokenness can be found within that which is often deemed to be beautiful. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend in person or on Zoom webinar. Masks and social distancing are required. In accordance to COVID-19 regulations, those who do not work or reside on-campus, including parents and alumni, are invited to experience this program through Zoom webinar, which will open at 4 p.m. ET on Sunday. The event is free and registration is not required.

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Percussion Ensemble | Setnor Ensemble Series

The Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Michael W. Bull, perform. Live Streaming This will be recorded and live-streamed. All recitals will include full use of masks, distancing, and will have a limited audience of invited SU personnel. Watch Live

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Liamna Pestana, guitar | Setnor Student Recital Series

Liamna Pestana, a student in the Setnor School of Music, performs. Live Streaming This will be recorded and live-streamed. All recitals will include full use of masks, distancing, and will have a limited audience of invited SU personnel. Watch Live

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Music and Message

“Music and Message” — the popular weekly series from Hendricks Chapel — is back! Join us every Sunday at 4pm, through November 22, to be inspired and uplifted! The program will include musical performances and spoken reflections from a diversity of religious and spiritual perspectives. The event will be in-person and livestreamed on Zoom webinar. Our theme for this semester is “Beauty/Brokenness”. In the midst of unprecedented times, we will explore the ways in which beauty can emerge from brokenness, and also, how brokenness can be found within that which is often deemed to be beautiful. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend in person or on Zoom webinar. Masks and social distancing are required. In accordance to COVID-19 regulations, those who do not work or reside on-campus, including parents and alumni, are invited to experience this program through Zoom webinar, which will open at 4 p.m. ET on Sunday. The event is free and registration is not required.

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