Inspiring Chorus

From the haunting Allegri Miserere and jubilant Christmas Oratorio to the Mozart Requiem and Haydn’s Mass in Time of War, the coming season is full of spectacular choral music. Discover why the critics call the Music of the Baroque Chorus “one of Chicago’s musical glories.” Subscribe and for as little as $60 you can enjoy:

The Mozart Requiem

Nicholas Kraemer, conductor

The concert season opens with music of transcendent genius and powerful emotion. Nicholas Kraemer leads the orchestra, chorus, and soloists in Mozart’s great Requiem Mass, together with the Linz Symphony and revelatory brief choral works by Haydn and Beethoven. Only subscribers are guaranteed seats for an extraordinary musical experience.

The Christmas Oratorio

Jane Glover, conductor

From the heaven-storming timpani of the opening movement, the Christmas story unfolds in dramatic narrative, moving arias, and inspiring choruses—performed with the passion and style Music of the Baroque always brings to Bach’s great choral works.

HOLIDAY BRASS AND CHORAL CONCERTS

William Jon Gray, conductor

Celebrate the season in sounds joyful and profound. From solemn chant to ancient carols to brilliant works for brass, these glorious concerts offer up a pageant of musical colors, moods, and traditions.

Renaissance Voices—Sacred and Profane

William Jon Gray, conductor

Music of the Baroque’s acclaimed chorus takes center stage for a program of gorgeous early music that includes two sacred masterpieces of the late Italian Renaissance. There is only one performance—at beautiful Divine Word Chapel under the baton of William Jon Gray.

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War and Peace

Jane Glover, conductor

Two brilliant works bring the season to a stirring close as Jane Glover leads the Music of the Baroque orchestra, chorus, and soloists in a moving musical exploration of the perils of war and the joys of victory.

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