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Chicago South Suburban Chamber Choir Auditions

Location: South Suburban Chicago, Illinois, USA
 
Fall is quickly coming and that means auditions for the Midwest Motet Society’s Fall concert cycle.  Our auditions have just started and we are auditioning all voice types. 
 
Our fall concert cycle rehearsals begin Tuesday, August 26 evening, with a break for scheduled sectionals, and continue through our concert, Sunday, November 9.  The fall repertoire includes many of the MMS favorite motets and sacred music we have sung in the past and is as follows:
 
MMS Music List for Fall 2014
Unaccompanied
 
William Billings--Anthem for Thanksgiving (fall 2011)
 Anthem for Easter (spring 2013 for Blue Island Lutheran church anniversary)
 Bruckner--Offertorium (without the brass section)(May 2006 & fall 2010)
 Bobby McFerrin--Psalm 23 (fall 2010)
Poulenc--Ave Verum (SSA)(spring 2008 & fall 2009)
 Rossi—Barekhu (fall 2012)
Haydn--The Lord, th' Almighty Monarch Spake (fall 2010)
 Johannes Matthias Michel--Jubilate (Jazz Motet) (fall 2011)
Zingarelli--Go Not Far From Me (fall 2010)
 R. Thompson—Alleluia (fall 2006)
 
With Piano
 
Mozart--Tantum Ergo, KV 197 (Anh. 186e)( fall 2009)
 Ave Verum (May 2006 & fall 2009)
 Moses Hogan--My Good Lord's Done Been Here (fall 2011)
 Mendelssohn--He Watching Over Israel (Elijah)[May 2006]
 
With Organ
 
 Schubert--Psalm 23 (fall 2010)
 
Our venue for our Fall 2014 (Sunday, November 9) concerts will be the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Chicago Heights, a wonderful supporter of the MMS. 
 
Our website (www.midwestmotet.org), our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Midwest-Motet-Society/315492715252701) and our Twitter feed (@MidwestMotet) should help answer any questions about auditions, repertoire, concerts and personnel you may have.  To schedule an audition, contact the music director by email: marie@midwestmotet.org or call the MMS phone and leave a message: (708)206-0380 and your message will be returned as soon as possible.