SCHEDULE

2015-2016

9 OCT

Artemisia + Glass Mountain House Concert

8:00pm | Logan Square Location (Invite Only, Available on Website)

 

Come hear some super fun tunes from the talented old-timey gals at Glass Mountain, AND get a sneak preview of Artemisia's fall concert, Suit and Tie! It will be a scrumptious cocktail of languages and genres--Croatian! Georgian! R&B! Corsican!

 

13 NOV

Artemisia presents Suit and Tie (ft. The Rookery)

7:30pm | First United Church of Oak Park

 

Come one, come all to ARTEMISIA'S fall program, "Suit and Tie." From Georgian horseback songs to Irish sea chanties to boy bands, this program investigates the rich tradition of male ensemble singing, freshly presented by a female one.

 

Come asking, "Why women?"

Leave asking, "Why not?"

 

14 NOV

Artemisia presents Suit and Tie (ft. The Rookery)

7:00pm | Queen of Angels Parish

 

Come one, come all to ARTEMISIA'S fall program, "Suit and Tie." From Georgian horseback songs to Irish sea chanties to boy bands, this program investigates the rich tradition of male ensemble singing, freshly presented by a female one.

 

Come asking, "Why women?"

Leave asking, "Why not?"

15 NOV

Artemisia presents Suit and Tie (ft. the Chicago Children’s Choir)

7:30pm | Bond Chapel

 

Come one, come all to ARTEMISIA'S fall program, "Suit and Tie." From Georgian horseback songs to Irish sea chanties to boy bands, this program investigates the rich tradition of male ensemble singing, freshly presented by a female one.

 

Come asking, "Why women?"

Leave asking, "Why not?"

 

18 FEB

A Civil Rights Themed Concert in Honor of Black History Month

7:30pm | Ganz Hall, Roosevelt University (7th flr.) 

Located at 430 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60605

 

A tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., this concert features Dutch avant-pop composer Jacob TV's Mountain Top (Alexandra Olsavsky, featured soloist), which uses King's influential words to create a riveting, multimedia work with percussion ensemble. The program also includes American spirituals and contemporary settings of Civil Rights music.

03 APR

Road to Emmaus: A Vespers Service

7:00pm | St. John’s Lutheran Church; 1235 Wilmette Ave, Wilmette, Illinois

 

Featuring Cantata No. 66, Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen, by Johann Sebastian Bach, conducted by Robert McConnell.

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