Chicago’s celebrated Polish community is a vital part of our city’s spirit. In this concert, years in the making, Chicago a cappella explores the rich variety of music from Poland, old and new. The singers will bring to life traditional folk songs and compelling new works by rising Polish composers—including many in their North American debut. Experience this captivating musical celebration!
About Chicago a cappella
Chicago a cappella is one of the area’s most accomplished and innovative vocal ensembles. Spanning a repertoire from Gregorian chant to the Beatles and beyond, the group has performed over 250 concerts in the Chicago area as well as tour appearances in 13 states and in Mexico since its founding in 1993 by Artistic Director Jonathan Miller. In June 2008, Miller received the Louis Botto Award from Chorus America for his innovative action and entrepreneurial zeal in developing a professional choral ensemble. Chicago a cappella has been lauded for its “appealing charisma and seamless blend” (Chicago Tribune). The ensemble has received rave reviews nationally for its nine CDs, and has been hailed as “a jewel in the crown of Chicago’s musical life” (American Organist). Follow and learn more about Chicago a cappella at their Facebook Page & Website & YouTube.