The Adult Choir Fall Rehearsal Season began on 10/11 in preparation for our Winter Solstice Concert. If you would still like to join us, please contact Karen Mihalyi.

See our Rehearsal Page for the Complete Schedule

If you would like to be on our Mailing List, or have a question, please submit your information using the Contact Page.


Summer Solstice Concert: Would You Harbor Me?: Immigration, Migration, and Sanctuary. Sunday June 11, 2017 4:30 pm. St. Paul's Syracuse, the Downtown Episcopal Church, 220 East Fayette. $15 - $25 At the Door (or less if you need to, children free). directed by Karen Mihalyi, Alyssa courter, Kath Fathers, and Marcia Hagan. Interpreted for the Deaf: Maggie Russell. This project is made possible, in part, with the support of the county of Onondaga and CNYArts through the Tier Three Project Support Grant Program. Part of the proceeds will be shared with the Worker's Center of Central New York.


Check out all our upcoming events on our events calendar on the right column and in the Calendar Tab, above.  Our full rehearsal schedule is also available on the Rehearsal Info tab.

Members of the choir in an impromptu singing of Holly Near’s We Are Willing after a rehearsal in November 2016

Video of the Choir’s presentation at the 10/6/16 StoryGrowing Conference organized and sponsored by the Rosamond Gifford Foundation.

There are no words. Just outrage and grief. This must stop.

Come Sing With Us in the Fall!

A glorious multicolor image of animals, people, and nature. This is the graphic for "Gracias A La Vida (Thanks to Life)", the Summer Solstice Concert on Saturday June 11, 2016. 7pm at St. Paul's Cathedral, 220 E. Fayette St. $15-25 at the door (or less if you need to; children free). Interpreted for the Deaf: Maggie Russell. Under the direction of Karen Mihalyi.

FULL Rehearsal Schedule, Location, & Contact Info can be found on our Rehearsal Info and Calendar pages. 

If you would like to get a postcard with the details of our Fall rehearsal season and upcoming performances please fill out our Contact Form and include your mailing address.  You can also ask to be put on our weekly community announcements email list.


A Video about the Syracuse Community Choir made in 2012 by SU Media student Marina Zarya on Vimeo.