VIVALDI FOUR SEASONS ‘SUMMER’ BROADCAST
NOON JULY 15
On the 98.7WFMT radio show Music in Chicago (10am), Lisa Flynn will air the Summer Concerto from our new CD of the Vivaldi Four Seasons. Listen live!
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.
Many thanks to Lisa Flynn for broadcasting on her Music in Chicago Show.
1pm: If you missed her show, here is the Still Life video recorded on April 7 – a different performance but still marvelous.
On Music in Chicago hosted by Lisa Flynn at noon on June 8, you will hear the beautiful piece for oboe and strings Still Life by Gregory Hutter performed by superb oboist Amy Barwan and Camerata Chicago. The recording is from our recent performance on April 7, conducted by Drostan Hall and recorded by Eric Arunas of WFMT.
Pictured here with Camerata Chicago at the end of this performance is oboist Amy Barwan, composer Gregory Hutter and conductor Drostan Hall.
Caleb Logan, age 16, was inspired by our recent Sacred Music concert on November 17 in Wheaton to write a poem in a tribute to our Music Director, Drostan Hall:
Mr. Hall’s Movement by Caleb Logan
As a conductor his arm becomes a vessel
Filled with the energy to lead well
His body – it expresses the dramatic motion
Of the music guiding the performers straight on
to the ends of a timeless masterpiece
building momentum in the hearts and minds of the audience
The conductor leads a fleet
like a captain in a storm of rain and sleet
Extracting order from a chaos –
a group lost without his influence
Every guiding movement a rudder
that leads to a victory or blunder.
I thank you, Mr. Hall
for such an enjoyable and pleasant performance for all
for inspiring me with music in the form of beauty
and I thank God for blessing us with such gifts as these:
Skill, dedication, practice, and the beauty of a well done performance
such as the one performed the night of November 17.