Genius in the Synagogue: Chicago a cappella Sings Max Janowski
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Chicago a cappella has become known as one of the area's most accomplished and innovative vocal ensembles. Spanning a repertoire from Gregorian chant to the Beatles and beyond, the group is acclaimed for its superb ensemble singing, fascinating programs, and intimate, engaging performances under founder and artistic director Jonathan Miller. Since 1993, chicago a cappella has presented more than 100 concerts in the Chicago area in addition to appearances in 10 states and in Mexico. The ensemble has recorded six CDs, and its 2005 release, Eclectric, was hailed by the Chicago Tribune as "an overflowing cornucopia of choral delights ... a testament to Chicago's rich musical life."