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MARCH 14, 7:30 P.M.
St. Matthew Cathedral
A pre-concert lecture will begin at 7:00 p.m.

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MARCH 15, 3:00 P.M.
St. Joseph Chapel, Holy Cross College
A pre-concert lecture will begin at 2:30 p.m.

Vesper Chorale returns to its roots by offering a Lenten concert in its Basically Baroque Concert Series: Joseph Haydn's Stabat Mater.The lyrics of Stabat Mater reflect on mother Mary's suffering as she stands watching Jesus on the cross. Enrich your understanding of this solemn season by experiencing Stabat Mater and other Lenten pieces during this powerful performance by Vesper Chorale, Vesper Chamber Orchestra and Guest Singers.

Featured soloists include Elizabeth Scheicher, Soprano; Lisa Bloom, Alto; Emanuel Caraman, Tenor; and Johnny Boehlefeld, Bass.


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NOVEMBER 9, 4:00 P.M
St. Adalbert’s Parish

Vesper Chorale, with Vesper Chamber Orchestra, continues its Diverse Journeys Concert Series with "Discovering the Americas." This concert features the world premiere of Concierto Sinfonico Machu Picchu for Andean Flute, by Jaime Diaz Orihuela of Lima, Peru. The Andean Flute, also known as the Quena, will be played by Nayo Ulloa, a professional Quena player originally from Peru. He will be accompanied by the Vesper Chamber Orchestra. In addition, the concert will include choral repertoire from Mexican composers, both contemporary and historical.

(w/Children’s Choir of Michiana)

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DECEMBER 13, 7:30 P.M
First United Methodist Church

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DECEMBER 14, 3:00 P.M.
Harris Prairie Christian Church

Children's Choir of Michiana will join Vesper Chorale for this December's "Festival of Carols." Since it has been some time since Vesper Chorale has performed a traditional program of carols, 'tis the season to celebrate Christmas songs again.

The centerpiece of the concert will be Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols, accompanied by harp. Britten wrote seven Christmas carols during a dangerous Atlantic crossing in 1942, telling a friend he did it to relieve the boredom of the voyage. These carols were an early version of the completed work.

The program will feature a variety of other carols.