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A Chicago Chorale Christmas

We open the 2019-2020 season with an all-new version of A Chicago Chorale Christmas, Advent-and Christmas-themed music spanning the centuries, from plainchant to the present day, featuring a mix of timeless meditations on the texts of the season by Bruckner, Schoenberg, and Victoria; contemporary favorites such as Whitacre and Sandström; plus traditional carols and an audience sing-along. We invite you to celebrate the season with a reception directly following the concert, celebrating the release of our seventh CD!

Sunday, December 15 at 3:00 PM

Hyde Park Union Church
5600 S. Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago

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J.S. Bach: Passion According to St. John

Chicago Chorale presents J.S. Bach’s Passion According to St. John, a part of our regular cycle of the Bach “Big Three.” Soloists include Steven Soph as Evangelist; David Govertsen as Jesus; and soprano Hannah De Priest, alto Angela Young Smucker, tenor Patrick Muehleise, and bass Daniel Fridley. Craig Trompeter leads musicians of the Haymarket Opera Orchestra and friends, featuring guest concertmaster Robert Mealy.

Friday, March 27 at 7:30 PM
St. Michael Catholic Church in Old Town
1633 N. Cleveland Avenue, Chicago

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An American in Burgos

Chorale’s spring concert, An American in Burgos, will feature a cappella works chosen specifically with our July tour to Spain in mind. We'll sing a group of American pieces by Randall Thompson, James Erb, Eric Whitacre, and Jake Runestad; a newly-commissioned work by Spanish composer Javier Centeno; motets by Baltic composers Eriks Esenvalds and Arvo Pärt; and other favorites from Chorale’s rich repertoire.

Sunday, June 14 at 2:30 PM
St. Vincent de Paul Parish
1010 W. Webster Avenue, Chicago

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