Edward Kelsey Moore and his cello will be among the musicians of the Chicago Sinfonietta for three concerts next weekend celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. King dared us to dream of a brighter future for all people. He understood that his work would be arduous, sometimes dangerous, and take generations to effect real change.
He envisioned us walking toward that future... hand in hand, side by side. The concert will pay homage to Dr. King’s vision by performing the works of Vaughan Williams, Vivaldi, and Beethoven in true “side by side” fashion featuring young musicians from many places in the Chicago area performing with the orchestra. Sinfonietta will stage an intergenerational dedication to those that came before us and rally behind those who continue to do Dr. King’s work -- to make equality and freedom a reality for all. The performances will culminate with Beethoven's Ode to Joy.
More than just a concert – this will be a transformational and uplifting event!
Chicago Sinfonietta with Guest Artists:
E'mon Lauren, Chicago Youth Poet Laureate. Vocal soloists, plus the Roosevelt University Conservatory Choirs and the Alumni Chorus. Violin Soloists from the Civic Orchestra, and young musicians from the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras, the People’s Music School and Merit School of Music.
Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017 ~ 8:00pm
North Shore Center for the Performing Arts ~ Skokie, IL
Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017 ~ 3:00pm
Wentz Concert Hall ~ Naperville, IL
Monday, Jan. 16, 2017 ~ 7:30pm
Symphony Center ~ Chicago, IL
Click here for more info & tickets!
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