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Holidays at Hendricks Offers Two In-Person Performances, Set for Dec. 5
Syracuse University invites students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members to “Holidays at Hendricks,” which will include two in-person performances in Hendricks Chapel as well as a recorded virtual concert.
On Sunday, Dec. 5, performances will take place in Hendricks Chapel at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. ET. The recorded virtual concert will premiere on Sunday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. ET.
Registration is required for all in-person and online programs and is now open at cc.syr.edu/holidaysathendricks2021. All concerts are free and open to the public.
New this year, guests for the in-person concerts can select the row they will sit in throughout the performance. In accordance with University policy, guests will be required to wear masks indoors at all times and outdoors in the presence of others.
An ongoing tradition hosted by Hendricks Chapel and the Setnor School of Music in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, Holidays at Hendricks celebrates the sounds of the season and is anchored by the Hendricks Chapel Choir and its director José “Peppie” Calvar, associate professor of applied music and performance and assistant director of choral activities in the Setnor School.
The student-centered concert features performances from:
- Asriel Davis, a graduate student majoring in organ performance in the Setnor School, and Anne Laver, University organist and assistant professor of applied music and performance in the Setnor School, on the Hendricks Chapel organ;
- Syracuse University Symphony Orchestra directed by James Tapia, associate professor of applied music and performance in the Setnor School;
- The international award-winning Syracuse University Singers under the direction of John Warren, professor of applied music and performance and director of choral activities in the Setnor School;
- Crouse Chorale and Setnor Sonority directed by Wendy Moy, assistant professor of music education in the Setnor School and the School of Education, and Peppie Calvar, respectively; and
- The first-ever “Holidays at Hendricks” appearance by Syracuse University’s big band, the Morton Schiff Jazz Ensemble, directed by John Coggiola, associate professor and chair of music education in the Setnor School and the School of Education.
“Our emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic is slow, but steady and safe. Our ensembles continue to make music together in person using masks and other protective measures. We’re grateful to have had the opportunity to come together to make music in a time when so many musicians have been unable to do so,” says Calvar. “We’re also grateful to Brian Konkol, dean of Hendricks Chapel, for his leadership in continuing to provide support for you to enjoy our students’ work in Hendricks Chapel or wherever you may be.”
Public parking is free and available on a first-come, first-served basis in Irving Garage and the Hillside lot. Those who require accessible parking or would like more information about the event may call Hendricks Chapel at 315.443.2901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Communication Access Realtime Translation and American Sign Language interpretation will be provided at in-person concerts. Captioning will be provided at the virtual concert. Doors to Hendricks Chapel will open 30 minutes prior to each concert start time.