Tag Archives: Jared Jacobsen

Sacred Song provides send off, premieres Campbell prayer set to song

With three taps of the gavel, Chautauqua Institution President Thomas M. Becker will officially close the 2013 Season at Sunday’s 8 p.m. Sacred Song Service in the Amphitheater.

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Sunday Sacred Song celebrates Campbell’s ministry

After 14 years of collaborating with Joan Brown Campbell, organist Jared Jacobsen and the Chautauqua Choir will celebrate her contributions to Chautauqua Institution at this Sunday’s 8 p.m. Sacred Song Service in the Amphitheater. Campbell, the director of the Department of Religion, is retiring at the end of the year.

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Sacred Song to illustrate oases of Abrahamic faiths

The Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity and Islam are the focus of this Sunday’s 8 p.m. Sacred Song Service in the Amphitheater. The four coordinators of the Abrahamic Program for Young Adults will weave together their faith traditions to tell the story of Abraham.

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Sacred Song features Christmas celebration

Snow probably won’t fall in the Amphitheater this Sunday, but Christmas spirit will still be high. The 8 p.m. Sacred Song Service will present a celebration of “Christmas in August.”

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Sacred Song celebrates life of Shea

A configuration of armchairs, an Oriental rug and a coffee table will transform the Amphitheater stage into a living room this Sunday, as the 8 p.m. Sacred Song Service celebrates a man who sang gospel until he was 102 years old.

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The pipes, the pipes are calling

The Massey Memorial Organ, to be celebrated during tonight’s Chautauqua Symphony Ochestra concert, has 5,640 pipes. If the tallest pipe were stretched out to its full length, it would be 37 feet long; the shortest pipe is several inches long. [with SLIDESHOW]

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