Thanks for coming to our Friendship Concert. See you in the fall!  

Choir Picnic / Dinner

Wednesday, June 20th, 5:30 to 8ish at Grace Church, 819 Madison St. (corner of University Ave).  

For Choir, Choir Friends, and Family.

Full Details Here


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

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Eñwatshisi•yok* A Friendship Concert with the Onondaga Nation and the Syracuse Community Choir Saturday June 9th , 2018 5:30pm Covered Dish Dinner 7:00pm Concert Onondaga Nation School (81 South, exit 16, right 1 mile, left on Route 11A, 2.3 miles on the right) Donation at the door: $0-$15 Works by Native Artists and Craftspeople Interpreter for the deaf: Maggie Russel (Interpreter sign and wheel chair sign) To honor the Two Row Wampum Treaty, we will gather to polish the silver chain of friendship between our peoples. With support from: Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation (NOON), Syracuse Peace Council and the Syracuse Cultural Workers. This concert is made possible, in part, by a Tier Three Project Support Grant through the County of Onondaga and administered by CNY Arts. For more information: Karen Mihalyi  315-428-8151 karen@syracusecommunitychoir.org or Simone Thornton  315-469-6991 sthornton@lafayetteschools.org *translation: It will be a good friendship.

 

 
Giving Voice, a documentary of The Syracuse Community Choir by Mišo Suchý.



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.

 


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