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.


Mozart Exsultate Jubilate Video

Mozart Exsultate Jubilate

Robin Wiper, soprano

October 2, 2021
College Church, Wheaton

Video of soprano Robin Wiper singing Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate, performed by Camerata Chicago conducted by Drostan Hall.

98.7 WFMT Broadcast: Academy featured on Introductions show

The WFMT radio show Introductions is to feature the Academy Orchestra. The show will be broadcast on Saturday, March 27 at 11 am by Robbie Ellis, Presenter and Producer. The show will air our recent recordings of Mozart’s Symphony No 15 and Shostakovich and an interview with Academy member Patience Smith.

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The Senior and Junior Academy orchestras were professionally recorded on December 18 as part of the Camerata Chicago Academy classroom learning program. This performance was recorded without an audience in place of an end of semester concert.

Amelia Piscitelli featured in the WCAS Young Artists Showcase series

Concertmaster, Academy Orchestra

Wheaton College Artists Series
Free Virtual Event, Wheaton

7:30 pm OCTOBER 24, 2020


Our Academy Concertmaster Amelia Piscitelli will perform for the Wheaton College Artist Series at 7:30 pm on October 24, 2020. This concert premieres a new series called the Young Artist Showcase. The concert will be live-streamed from new Armerding Concert Hall in the Armerding Center for Music and the Arts. For more information call WCAS on 630-752-5099. The concert is free and you can register here.


You can also download a podcast from 98.7WFMT of Amelia’s recent Introductions radio show here.

WFMT 98.7 LogoSee further information and Amelia’s biography.

98.7WFMT Podcast of Introductions Show with Amelia Piscitelli

The podcast of the 98.7WFMT Introductions radio show with Amelia Piscitelli, Concertmaster of the Academy Orchestra, is now available. The show was broadcast on Saturday July 18 and  profiled Introductions alum Amelia Piscitelli, currently between her freshman and sophomore years at college. Robbie Ellis presenter and producer looked back at her Introductions recital as a 15-year-old in 2016, as well as her work as concertmaster and soloist with two orchestras under the Camerata Chicago banner.

Amelia Piscitelli graduated as Salutatorian from Hammond Baptist High School in Schererville, Indiana in 2019. She is currently enrolled as a Music Performance major at Hyles-Anderson College, a Bible college in Crown Point, Indiana. Amelia has studied violin with Stephanie Allen and Debbie Edwards, and currently studied with Drostan Hall. She joined the Camerata Chicago Academy in 2015 and has been Concertmaster of the Academy Orchestra since 2017. She appeared live on WFMT’s Introductions in 2016. She has appeared as a soloist with Camerata Chicago on multiple occasions, including performing Vivaldi’s complete Four Seasons and recording them for DMD Records. She has also been Concertmaster of the Camerata Chicago Academy Orchestra since 2017.

Amelia, Camerata Chicago, and the Joffrey Ballet are set to collaborate on another performance of the Four Seasons, with world-premier choreography, as part of the Wheaton College Artist Series in January 2021.

PODCAST Playlist

Melodie, from Orphée et Euridice, by Christoph Willibald Gluck
Amelia Piscitelli, violin
Cindy Trowbridge, piano
First broadcast December 3, 2016

Symphony No. 15 in G, K. 124, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
I. Allegro
Camerata Chicago Academy Orchestra
Drostan Hall, conductor
Performed December 7, 2019

Violin Sonata No. 4 in D, HWV 371, by George Frideric Handel
I. Affetuoso
II. Allegro
Amelia Piscitelli, violin
Cindy Trowbridge, piano
First broadcast December 3, 2016

“Autumn” from The Four Seasons, by Antonio Vivaldi
Amelia Piscitelli, violin
Steve Robinson, narrator
Camerata Chicago
Drostan Hall, conductor
Released on DMD Classics DMD-03152019