Erato Chamber Orchestra Presents "The Best of Bach"
The Erato Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Richard Haglund, will present "The Best of Bach" on Saturday, December 10th at 7:30 pm at The Arts Center of Oak Park (Same building as the Hemingway Museum) 200 North Oak Park Avenue Oak Park, IL 60302.
- Chicago, IL (1888PressRelease) November 14, 2011 - EVENT AT A GLANCE:
Event: Erato Chamber Orchestra Presents "The Best of Bach"
Date & Time: Saturday, December 10th at 7:30 pm
Admission: $10 Adults, Students are FREE!
Location: The Arts Center of Oak Park
(Same building as the Hemingway Museum)
200 North Oak Park Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302
The concert is open to the public with an admission charge of $10 for adults and students are FREE! Music Director Richard Haglund and the Erato Chamber Orchestra will perform the following works: Bach's Orchestral Suite #2, the Violin Concerto in a minor, a movement from his Cello Suite, Arias, and more! The evening's performance will include visual enhancement with projections of Bach's images and readings from Bach's letters.
Several members from the Erato Chamber orchestra will be the soloists for the evening. Soprano Kirsten Hedegaard, will be featured in several arias and distinguished violinist Michael Antonello will be the soloist on the concerto in a minor. Antonello's energetic style with a masterful ability to command the sound of a violin has been described as someone who can "...elicit tears, laughter, and a standing ovation".
The Erato Chamber Orchestra is comprised of Chicago's finest musicians who have a common affection for making and sharing music. The ensemble's programs are devoted to both classical and contemporary repertoire that is not ordinarily played by large symphony orchestras. Their name is inspired by the Greek goddess Erato, who is the Muse of Lyric Poetry. The orchestra's style is characterized by a warm sound and virtuosic talent combined with an infectious enjoyment of the pleasure of making music.
For more information visit www.eratochamberorchestra.org or call 217-553-2801