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SAXON SERIES: COMPLETE BACH BRANDENBURG CONCERTI September 20 & 21, 2019 … Purchase your tickets today. Also attend the fascinating preconcert talk with Prof. J. Saylor!
New CD Release: Vivaldi Four Seasons Educational Edition Double CD with Amelia Piscitelli, Steve Robinson and Drostan Hall. Read excellent reviews and purchase now in our new online store.
HANDEL: THE MESSIAH November 1 & 2, 2019… Purchase your tickets today.

Joyce Saxon sponsors the Saxon Series Brandenburg Concerti concertsCamerata Chicago performs the entire set of six Brandenburg concerti with a range of wonderful soloists including harpsichordist Jory Vinikour, trumpeter Travis Heath and our concert master Mathias Tacke. Enjoy the outstanding musical artistry of Camerata Chicago with this fabulous baroque program sponsored by Joyce Saxon. (See details)

Renowned musicologist Professor Jonathan Saylor will give a fascinating talk about Bach and the Brandenburgs before each concert. (See details)

Mathias Tacke, violin; Jory Vinikour, harpsichord; Travis Heath, trumpet2019-09-brandenburg-purchasetickets

Enjoy the outstanding musical artistry of Camerata Chicago and its new choir performing the Messiah (Part I – Christmas) by Handel with the Hallalujah Chorus, conducted by Maestro Drostan Hall. At the heart of our elite choir are some of the top choristers in Chicago. We have four wonderful soloists: Soprano Robin Wiper, Mezzo-soprano Sarah Holman, Tenor Jonathan Johnson and Bass Gerard Sundberg. (See details)



Camerata Chicago is a chamber orchestra serving Chicago and its surrounding communities with performances of great music featuring musicians of global distinction. We are committed to providing an incomparable concert experience which enriches the community and inspires the next generation of musicians and concert-goers.

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“One of the top five chamber orchestras in America.”

Shmuel Ashkenasi, Vermeer Quartet


“I was very impressed indeed with the very high quality of the playing.”
The Late Sir Charles Mackerras, CH AC CBE, formerly International Advisor to Camerata Chicago

Buonacorsi Foundation


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