Winter Solstice Concert: Resilience

You are invited to Syracuse Community Choir’s Winter Solstice concert. The theme is RESILIENCE. This is our first in-person concert back at St. Paul’s Cathedral in three years! We’re so excited to be with you!


Sliding Scale Tickets: $15-$25 (More if you can, less if you need to; no one turned away), children free


Tickets at the door or online:



This concert, we will honor ACTs (Alliance of Communities Transforming Syracuse) by giving them the People’s Peace Prize, which we award each year to a person or organization working for peace in Syracuse. ACTS is a “local grassroots interfaith network that seeks to address systems of oppression and exclusion and make real local change”. They have worked to end solitary confinement for youth, eliminate food deserts, interrupt community violence and more.



Interpreted for the Deaf. Wheelchair accessible. Braille programs available.


The concert will be live-streamed to SCC Facebook and YouTube and recorded, for those who can’t attend in-person.


Masks ARE REQUIRED for audience members, based on CDC recommendations. Singers will have the option to remove their masks, but will all rapid-test the day of the performance. Unfortunately, we will not be able to have a reception like we have in the past.


For info: 315.428.8151 |
This event is made possible in part with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and New York State Legislature. This program is also made possible by the American Rescue Plan (ARPA) funding from the City of Syracuse Administered by CNY Arts.