UPCOMING CONCERTS 2019 – 2020
|2019 Academy Bach Concerti|
|DEC 7||Wheaton||Tickets | Information|
|2020 Stefan Milenkovich: Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto|
|SEP 25, 2020||Chicago||Tickets | Information|
|SEP 26, 2020||Wheaton||Tickets | Information|
Two articles recently published for your reading pleasure:
Wheaton Stage to Welcome Camerata Chicago Chamber Orchestra in Messiah
by Renee Tomell, Kane County Chronicle
The article presents an interview with Music Director Drostan Hall and discusses various aspects of the upcoming performances.
Handel’s Messiah: the Consequences of an Idea
by Bartholomew Hall, contributing to the Clapham School blog (Wheaton):
In recognition of Joyce’s extraordinary commitment
and love of Camerata Chicago and with gratitude for the
first legacy gift bequeathed to Camerata Chicago, we henceforth
dedicate the Music Director Chair to
The dedication took place at the Saxon Series: Complete Bach Brandenburg Concerti performance in Chicago on September 20, 2019. Joyce’s generous legacy gift provides for an annual concert series – The Saxon Series.
Stefan Milenkovich performs the
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto
Save the Date
September 25 & 26, 2020
The Camerata Chicago Chamber Orchestra will present two concerts in the presence of their Royal Highnesses the Crown Prince Aleksander and Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia on September 25 & 26th, 2020 in Chicago and Wheaton.
World famous Serbian violinist Stefan Milenkovich will perform Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major with Music Director Drostan Hall.
These concerts are presented in celebration of the work of Lifeline Humanitarian Organization, Inc of Chicago founded by HRH Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia. The series is sponsored by Dr. Nikola and Tatjana Nenadovich.
On 98.7WFMT radio program Music in Chicago at 12pm, Lisa Flynn will play two numbers from our recent performance of the Messiah. Listen live!
MySuburbanLife has published an article by Renee Tomell about our upcoming Messiah & Magnificat concerts featuring photos of our soloists and an interview with Maestro Hall.