Handel's Messiah Two performances!
Friday December 6, 8 pm
Sunday December 8, 3 pm matinée
Featuring Kimberly Jones, soprano, J’nai Bridges, alto, Trevór Mitchell, tenor, Will Liverman, bass
A Hyde Park tradition and Rockefeller classic since 1930, we offer both an evening and a matinée performance of Handel’s Messiah this year, with the combined choirs of the University Chorus, Motet Choir, and Rockefeller Chapel Choir and Orchestra, conducted by James Kallembach.
Choose opera chairs in the choir area for $45 (chancel special), seating in the choir
pews for $40 (chancel pews), $30 front nave, $20 general (students $5 at
the door). For further information call the Chapel front desk, 773.702.2100.
Click here to purchase tickets for Messiah.
Chicago Men’s A Cappella with the Chicago Children’s Choir: Holiday Cheer!
Saturday December 7, 6:30pm | Rockefeller
CMAC’s very own selection of seasonal classics, conducted by Bruce Tammen, this year with the Hyde Park Neighborhood Choir of the Chicago Children’s Choir, conducted by Mollie Stone, offering their repertoire of favorites from different continents and centuries. The audience is of course invited to join CMAC and the lively young singers of the Chicago Children’s Choir in a round of caroling!
Performance approx. 90 minutes with no intermission and is appropriate for all ages.
Tickets: $10 general admission, $5 for UChicago student with ID, $20 for families (groups of 3 or more made up of parents & children). Tickets can be purchased through the Logan Center Box Office or at the door.
QUIRE & PLACE: The Third Season
artistic director, James Kallembach
Featuring the Chapel Choir in beloved choral masterworks alongside contemporary works of outstanding beauty, including newly commissioned pieces.
VocalEssence (Quire & Place III Series)
Sunday March 2, 3 pm
Minnesota gem VocalEssence (famous as the voices of A Prairie Home Companion, but in real life a world class professional choir that regularly offers new American work) sings a world première of Tim Takach alongside sacred works of Benjamin Britten and his contemporaries that are rarely heard in concert. Click here for individual tickets.
James MacMillan’s St. John Passion (Quire & Place III Series)
Palm Sunday April 13, 3 pm
James MacMillan has redefined sacred choral music in our time. His massive St. John Passion for large orchestra, double choral forces, and baritone soloist is performed in partnership with the Northwestern Bienen School of Music under the direction of choral visionary Donald Nally. Click here for individual tickets.