Celebrate 25 Years with CCM: Season-Ending Anniversary Concert
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The last date listed for Celebrate 25 Years with CCM was Monday June 4, 2012 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium Park:
- Full Price:
- $25.00 - $35.00
- Our Price:
- $12.50 - $17.50
The Chicago Gay Men's Chorus presents its hugely popular annual holiday extravaganza -- this year entitled Making Spirits Bright -- featuring a little song, a little dance ... and a whole lot of holiday cheer. Enjoy the "unplugged" sound of the chorus' 150 voices reprising 10 of CGMC's most popular holiday moments, along with 10 new songs, plus 10 pieces created for the occasion by Artistic Director Patrick Sinozich. And be ready to join in with your own voice during the popular audience sing-along segment. Learn More
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CCM concludes its Signature Series season with a program that features every ensemble artist. Wagner's intimate and emotional symphonic poem, Siegfried Idyll, was originally written for the composer's wife's birthday. John Stevens' rich and cyclical work for brass quintet depicts the seasons musically in four movements. Brahms' Serenade No. 1 is better known in its adopted orchestral version, but this is an opportunity to hear the beautiful and lyrical work in the chamber ensemble form for which it was originally composed.
Wagner: Siegfried Idyll
John Stevens: Seasons, a Symphony for Brass Quintet
Brahms: Serenade No. 1 in D Major, Op. 11
About the Ticket Supplier: The Chicago Chamber Musicians
The Chicago Chamber Musicians is a society of professional musicians and interested supporters dedicated to excellence in the study and performance of chamber music. We intend to be a national leader in providing the highest quality programs in artistic development, concert performance, and education. Creativity, generosity of spirit, and artistic drive are our hallmark as we strive to share the joy of music with the broadest possible public, thereby enriching the cultural life of Chicago and beyond.