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Calendar

2019–2020

OCT 19

O A K    P A R K , I L

No Land Beyond

Music at the intersection of civilization and nature, of utopia and dystopia


First United Church (848 Lake St) | 8:00 pm

 

Admission

$20 Regular

$15 Senior

Free to students through college with ID

Tickets at the door

The Oriana Vocal Collection—The Oriana Singers, City Voices, and The Rookery— join in a program of resonant music from Philip Glass's score for the movie Koyaanisqatsi, Peter Louis van Dijk's Horizons, Vienna Teng's Hymn of Acxiom, Veljo Tormis's Curse Upon Iron, Ted Hearne's Because, and William Byrds' Ne irascaris, Domine.

 

This program is funded in part by grants from the Oak Park Area Arts Council and the Illinois Arts Council Agency

OCT 20

CLARENDON HILLS, IL

The Book of Love

 

Community Presbyterian Church of
Clarendon Hills (39 N Prospect Ave) | 3:00 pm

 

The Oriana Singers inaugurate the new concert series at Community Presbyterian Church of Clarendon Hills with The Book of Love. It’s music, from many times and places, about love: having it, not having it, wanting it, losing it. There will even be music that isn’t about love at all. There will be songs by Ben Folds and Imogen Heap, folk songs from Britain and Finland, and Renaissance madrigals.

The Oriana Singers are supported in part by grants from the Oak Park Area Arts Council and the Illinois Arts Council Agency

OCT 22

CHICAGO , I L

No Land Beyond


Rockefeller Memorial Chapel

5850 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago | 4:00 pm

 

Admission Free

In a special Chicago Architecture Biennial-themed entry in Rockefeller Chapel's weekly Tea & Pipes series, University Organist Thomas Weisflog collaborates with The Oriana Singers and The Rookery in a program of resonant music from Philip Glass's score for the movie Koyaanisqatsi, Peter Louis van Dijk's Horizons, and Vienna Teng's Hymn of Acxiom.

 

Supported by the Chicago Architecture Biennial Fund.

 

The Oriana Singers are supported in part by grants from the Oak Park Area Arts Council and the Illinois Arts Council Agency

NOV 3

RIVERSIDE, IL

Beethoven
Choral Fantasy

 

Ascension Lutheran Church

400 Nuttall Road, Riverside | 4:00 pm

(708) 447-2600

The Oriana Singers are the vocal soloists in this performance of Beethoven's masterpiece in miniature, featuring piano soloist John Goodwin and a chamber orchestra and chorus directed by Bill Chin. 

The Oriana Singers are supported in part by grants from the Oak Park Area Arts Council and the Illinois Arts Council Agency

DEC 14

2020

OAK PARK , I L

Sing We Joyous!

Fourteenth Annual Holiday Concert

 

First United Church (848 Lake St) | 7:30 pm

 

Admission $25

18 and under FREE

The Oriana Singers, City Voices, Pro Musica Youth Chorus and the Sing We Joyous Orchestra bring you this year's edition of beautiful music, heartfelt audience carols, and inventive zaniness all wrapped up in a holiday package for the whole family. The theme this year is stars, so be ready for everything from traditional choruses by Mendelssohn and contemporary classics by Lauridsen, to songs from Home Alone and A Charlie Brown Christmas. Plus, as always, a surprise arrangement of the Twelve Days of Christmas.

 

The Oriana Singers are supported in part by grants from the Oak Park Area Arts Council and the Illinois Arts Council Agency

DEC 15

OAK PARK , I L

Sing We Joyous!

Fourteenth Annual Holiday Concert
First United Church (848 Lake St) | 4:00 pm

 

Admission $25

18 and under FREE

I N   D E V E L O P M E N T :

 

The Oriana Singers are planning future performances, both self-produced and for nearby concert series. A live broadcast on WFMT Radio in January and a program of music by Baltic composers in February, in collaboration with City Voices, are coming into focus. Watch this space for further details.

GET SING WE JOYOUS TICKETS IN ADVANCE!  GO TO:

 

https://singwejoyous2019.brownpapertickets.com/