COVID-19 Disrupts Elgin Master Chorale’s Spring Schedule
With the issuance of Governor Pritzker's March 20th Stay-At-Home Order, arts organizations throughout the state have been forced to make difficult choices to protect our audiences, our artists, and all Illinoisans. While we will miss the opportunity to perform these great choral works for the Fox Valley community, we fully stand behind this decision.
Nothing can compare with the emotional connection that audiences experience through a live musical performance. We look forward to once again performing for you, our loyal patrons, in the not so distant future. Stay safe!
Sunday, April 19, 2020, 3:30 p.m.
Blizzard Theatre, Elgin Community College
Enjoy a rare evening of German Romantic a cappella music. Composers Johannes Brahms, Josef Rheinberger, and Anton Bruckner looked to the past for inspiration in creating new musical textures and colors. Rheinberger’s ravishing Cantus Missae for double-chorus is a classic example of this florid writing, delivering extended harmonies while keeping a sweet and organic vocal style. The music of these composers elicits thrilling, profound emotions that places the voices of the Chorale on full display.
Saturday, May 2, 2020, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 3, 2020, 2:30 p.m.
Hemmens Cultural Center, Elgin
Experience the celestial finale to Elgin Symphony Orchestra 70th season featuring the Elgin Master Chorale. Join us for this cosmic performance of the Planets featuring Mars: The Bringer of War, Venus: The Bringer of Peace, Mercury: The Winged Messenger, and more. Opening with Gustav Holst's ethereal "The Hymn of Jesus," this concert will bring you to your knees.