Concerts

CONCERTS 2022

2022 Haydn Cello Concerto in C
Master cellist Leonardo Altino performs Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C Major.
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2022 Handel Messiah
Our Annual festive series of the Messiah Part I Christmas by Handel and the Hallelujah Chorus with the Camerata Chicago Orchestra and Choir and four world class soloists, including Peter Van De Graaf.
NOV 11, 2022 Chicago Tickets | Information
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Series Sponsor
Generously sponsored by Tyndale House Foundation.

Sustaining Sponsor
Deby and Jamie Fellowes

Sponsored by James and Deby Fellowes

Golden Age of Baroque Videos

The Golden Age of Baroque

Tartini Trumpet Concerto
with Travis Heath

April 24, 2022
New Covenant Church, Naperville

Grieg Holberg Suite

April 24, 2022
New Covenant Church, Naperville

Handel Concerto Grosso
Alexander’s Feast

April 24, 2022
New Covenant Church, Naperville

Watch these superb videos and enjoy the outstanding musical artistry of Camerata Chicago performing.

This Golden Age of Baroque concert is
generously sponsored by Compass Mortgage, Warrenville.

We are very grateful to Deby and Jamie Fellowes, Nikola and Tatjana Nenadovich,  Joyce Saxon, Tyndale House Foundation and Compass Mortgage for their extremely generous support of our mission and concerts – they have made it possible for you to watch these videos.

 

2022 Haydn Cello Concerto in C


Fabulous master cellist Leonardo Altino performs the Haydn Cello Concerto in C Major with the Camerata Chicago Chamber Orchestra

Conducted by Maestro Drostan Hall, the orchestra will play the Souvenir de Florence by Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn’s String Symphony No. 10 in B Minor.

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Further Information

Leonardo Altino, cello

Born to musician parents in Pernambuco, American-Brazilian cellist Leonardo Altino began his musical studies at the age of five and gave his first performance at age eight. At eleven he gave his first performance with orchestra performing the Saint-Saens Concerto No. 1. His national breakthrough came at fourteen when Leonardo was the youngest winner at the Jovens Concertistas Brasileiros, a prestigious competition in Rio de Janeiro, which led to performances with every major orchestra and hall in his home country. At nineteen Leonardo was the first prize winner at the International Cello Competition Dr. Luis Segal in Viña Del Mar, Chile, and has since appeared in concerts in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Greece, Italy, South Korea, Taiwan, Uruguay, Venezuela and the United States.

Praised by the Strad Magazine for his “exceptional musical intelligence and an exceptionally cultivated sound,” Leonardo has performed with orchestras such as the Boston Symphony, Odense Symphony, Wisconsin Chamber, Filarmonica de Minas Gerais, Carmel Symphony, Memphis Symphony, Montgomery Symphony, Symphony Pro Musica, Sinfonica Brasileira, Sinfônica Nacional do Brasil, Sinfonica Nacional de Chile, Sinfônica de São Paulo, and the Virtuosi Festival orchestras among many others, under the direction of conductors such as Elezar de Carvalho, Isaac Karabtchevisky, Carl Saint-Clair, Andrew Sewell, David Bowden and Fabio Mechetti. An avid chamber musician, he has collaborated with Monique Duphil, Victor Asuncion, Ilya Gringolts, Oleh Krysa, Giora Schmidt, Antonio Meneses, Fanz Helmerson, the Ceruti and Miró string quartets. Highlights of the upcoming season include return performances with the Filarmonica de Minas Gerais in Brazil and the Odense Symphony in Denmark performing Prokofiev’s Sinfonia Concertante, and with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra performing Brahms’ Double Concerto with his wife, violinist Soh-Hyun Park Altino.

A dedicated teacher and mentor, Leonardo has taught in many festivals around the world, including the Brevard Music Center, Masterworks Festival, Academia y Festival Nuevo Mundo in Venezuela, Festival de Inverno Campos do Jordão and Festival Virtuosi in Brazil. Leonardo studied at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and the Detmold Musihöchschule in Germany, and his main teachers include Francisco Pino, Aldo Parisot, Laurence Lesser, Marcio Carneiro and Suren Bagratuni. He was a recipient of the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra Fellowship where he served as artist-in-residence, and he was on the faculty at the University of Memphis for thirteen years. Currently he is an Associate Lecturer in Music at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music where he teaches cello and chamber music. Leonardo resides in Wheaton, Illinois, with his wife, violinist Soh-Hyun, and son David.

Sacred Music 2022

The Messiah by Handel

Enjoy the outstanding musical artistry of Camerata Chicago and its wonderful choir performing the Messiah (Part I – Christmas) by Handel with the Hallalujah Chorus. At the heart of our elite choir are some of the top choristers in Chicago. We have four wonderful soloists all conducted by Maestro Drostan Hall:

Josefien Stoppelenburg, Soprano
Lauren Decker, Mezzosoprano
Martin Luther Clark, Tenor
Peter van de Graaff, Baritone

Hallelujah Chorus: At these concerts the Camerata Chicago Orchestra and Choir will perform the famous and celebrated Hallelujah Chorus. We’ll perform it twice – the second time giving you the opportunity to join in for a truly rousing finale to this fabulous sacred music performance.

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We are very grateful to the Tyndale House Foundation
for their generous support of this sacred music series.

Sponsored by Tyndale House Foundation

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Mozart Jupiter Symphony Video

Mozart Symphony No. 41 ‘Jupiter’

October 2, 2021
College Church, Wheaton

Watch this superb video and enjoy the outstanding musical artistry of Camerata Chicago performing Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony.

We are very grateful to Deby and Jamie Fellowes, Nikola and Tatjana Nenadovich,  Joyce Saxon, Tyndale House Foundation and Compass Mortgage for their extremely generous support of our mission and concerts – they have made it possible for you to watch this video.