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Upcoming Concerts ‘Tis the Season
Mark your calendars and join us for our first concert series of Season Six!
My Choir, Your Choir, Chicago’s Choir: A History of Wicker Park Choral Singers, 2008 – 2012
Enjoy the history of our choir as told by Senior Reporter Crawley in this 1920′s style investigative drama series.
Our members have many different types of careers…
but we all have one thing in common. We LOVE singing choral music and sharing it with others.
We are dedicated to giving high quality choral concerts
and make it accessible to everyone by giving concerts free of charge.
WPCS Founder and Artistic Director, Mark Tomasino, will be live in the WFMT radio booth for an ENTIRE hour sharing the latest news about the choir, a sampling of our best live recordings, and announcing the upcoming season. Tune in to 98.7fm on your radio dial or LISTEN live at WFMT.com and support the choir! Check out [...]
WPCS Auditions are here again!
In search of a choral home? Have a passion for musical excellence? Looking to share it with a community of like-minded singers?
If so, we want to hear you audition for our 2013-14 Season!
Elizabeth was one of our Call for Scores contest winner. Her piece “Clark Street Bridge” was composed for the contest and we are proud to give its world premiere at our June 22nd concert. We caught up with Elizabeth and got to know a little bit more about her background and her inspiration for “Clark Street Bridge.”
Join us for our last concert of the season on Saturday, June 22nd at 7pm at St. Gregory the Great Church in Chicago’s northside Edgewater neighborhood. We are extremely excited to perform three world premieres. ”On the Breakwater” by Eric Malmquist, “Clark Street Bridge” By Elizabeth Lim, and “Sanctus” by Edward F. Davis. The concert [...]