Summer Solstice Concert – Sunday, June 16   4 – 6PM

Ganigonhi:oh “The Good Mind” 2 to 4pm, Sunday June 16th. St. Paul’s Downtown 220 East Fayette $15-30 at the door (or less if you need to) Children Free Special Guest Performer: Theresa Bear Fox from Akwesasne Ganienkehaka, Mohawk Nation Interpreter for the Deaf: Maggie Russell. Wheelchair Accessible. This year we honor and learn from two Indigenous Peoples: “Ganigonhi:oh: The Good Mind”, from the Onondaga/Haudenosaunee, and “Sumak Kawsay: GoodLiving/ (Buen Vivir)” from the Andean/Quechua people. Both interconnected and essential to our survival.

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This year we honor and learn from two Indigenous Peoples: “Ganigonhi:oh: The Good Mind”, from the Onondaga/Haudenosaunee, and “Sumak Kawsay: GoodLiving/ (Buen Vivir)” from the Andean/Quechua people. Both interconnected and essential to our survival.


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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.