Events & Tickets

2017 – 2018 Season

Chorale’s autumn concert, O magnum mysterium, explores iconic choral compositions of the past century, from the balanced serenity of Gabriel Fauré and epic vision of Gustav Mahler, to the glowing mysticism of Kurt Nystedt, the neo-romantic allure of Eriks Esenvalds and Morten Lauridsen, and the comforting familiarity of Stephen Paulus.

This year’s Advent Vespers features the music of G.P. da Palestrina (c. 1525-1594), interspersed with portions chanted by the choir and the monks. The matchless, slow-moving acoustics and the beauty of the Monastery’s chapel provide the perfect musical and visual setting for this glorious repertoire. Listeners and worshippers will be treated to a sumptuous musical feast as they prepare for the Advent season.

For our Palm Sunday concert, Chorale returns to W. A. Mozart’s unfinished masterpiece, the Requiem. The work will be accompanied by orchestra, and promises to be a noteworthy commencement to Holy Week Observances. The balance of the program will feature a cappella works by Kurt Nystedt.

Chicago Chorale’s June concert is Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin’s masterpiece, The Sealed Angel, for unaccompanied chorus and oboe.


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I hadn’t heard the Chicago Chorale in years and was reminded of what a first-rate chorus this group of 62 mixed voices is, and how superbly disciplined and deeply expressive are their performances. – John von Rhein,, November 24, 2015



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