Theodicy Jazz Collective brings “Music and Message” to SU

Theodicy Jazz Collective brings "Music and Message" to SU

The jazz ensemble joins the Hendricks Chapel Choir for a concert of traditional songs.
Published: November 4, 2019 | Updated: November 6th, 2019 at 1:21 pm
Jazz Performance
Daniel Loomis plays the bass during his performance at the "Music and Message" event on Sunday, November 3rd.

The Theodicy Jazz Collective joined the Hendricks Chapel Choir for a performance on Sunday, November 3. This performance took place as part of the “Music and Message” musical performance series.


Jazz Performace

Jonathan Parker plays the saxophone during the Theodicy Jazz Collective Performance at Hendrick's Chapel on Sunday, November 3rd.

Jazz Performance

Ann Phelps sings during the performance of the Theodicy Jazz Collective at Hendricks Chapel on Sunday, November 3.

Students and members of the Syracuse community gathered to enjoy songs from the Canterbury Jazz Mass and other traditional songs like “Wade in the Water” and “Down by the Riverside.” The Theodicy Jazz Collective commended the Hendricks Chapel Choir for their hard work in preparation for this performance.