"ODE to JOY" in Niles: The Chicago Bar Association Symphony Orchestra, CBA Chorus and Friends
Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 3 pm
ST JOHN BREBEUF, Niles
The Chicago Bar Association Symphony Orchestra & CBA Chorus
David Katz, founding music director and principal conductor
The DePaul Community Chorus
Stephen Blackwelder, music director
The Niles Metropolitan Chorus
Marek Rachelski, music director
Beethoven...Choral Finale from Symphony No. 9 (4th movement)
featuring winners of The American Prize in Voice Chicago Oratorio Award
Schumann...Piano Concerto (first movement)
Neil Posner, piano soloist
Mozart...Clarinet Concerto (second movement)
John Vishneski, clarinet soloist
Saint-Saens...Violin Concerto No. 3 (final movement)
Sara Su Jones, violin soloist
Plus...selections by the combined choruses.
More than 300 musicians in all!
Although there are no refunds, you may exchange tickets for another performance by the CBASO and CBA Chorus. Simply bring your unused tickets to the ticket table on the day of the performance you wish to attend.
Following their triumphant concerts at Orchestra Hall/Symphony Center, Chicago, in 2011 and 2015 (and their highly anticipated return to that hallowed space in spring 2019), the midwest's remarkable orchestra and chorus of lawyers and judges performs at ST JAMES Episcopal Cathedral (Wabash at Huron), at PIANOFORTE (1335 South Michigan Avenue), and ST JOHN BREBEUF (Niles), our 33nd season of concerts to delight every music lover.
Concerts during the 2018-19 season will be conducted by founding music director, David Katz, Stephen Blackwelder, Director of the CBA Chorus, and Marek Rachelski, the CBASO's Resident Conductor.
CBASO & CBA Chorus Collages
VIDEO: Excerpt from CBASO & Chorus and Friends performance of "Carmina Burana" at Symphony Center/Orchestra Hall.
St John Brebeuf (View)
8305 North Harlem Avenue
Niles, IL 60714
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