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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  
9/19/12
Bella Voce, c/o Department of Performing Arts
College of Architecture and the Arts
University of Illinois at Chicago
1040 West Harrison St., Rm. L018, MC255
Chicago IL 60607-7130
Web: http://bellavoce.org
Email: mail@bellavoce.org  
Box Office: 877-755-6277
Administrative Office: 312-479-1096
 
Bella Voce, Chicago’s premier a cappella choral ensemble,
opens its 30th anniversary season with  
Mosaic Masterpieces
works from William Byrd and Frank Ferko
 
Saturday, October 13, 7:30 at Grace Lutheran Church
7300 Division Street, River Forest
 
Sunday, October 14, 4:00 at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
5850 S. Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago
 
Saturday, October 20, 7:30 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
939 Hinman Avenue, Evanston
 
Tickets are priced at $35 premium/$30 general admission/$15 students with ID
  www.bellavoce.org
312.479.1096
 
Bella Voce, Chicago’s premier a cappella choral ensemble, kicks off its 30th anniversary season with masterworks from William Byrd and Frank Ferko. Renaissance period composer Byrd’s Mass for Four Voices weaves together elements of the early Tudor Mass with strong Continental influences, while contemporary American composer Frank Ferko’s complex and luminous Stabat Mater is acclaimed the world over. Composed for Bella Voce under the name His Majestie’s Clerkes, this masterwork was pronounced by The Chicago Tribune as a “marvelously intricate and sincerely devout tour de force that showed off… disciplined, sensitive, and uncommonly nuanced singing." This performance will feature internationally renowned soprano Patrice Michaels as soloist.
 
About Bella Voce
 
Bella Voce, Chicago’s premiere professional chamber choir, is renowned for performing traditional and contemporary, sacred and secular choral music, which inspires and exhilarates its audiences. It continues to honor the traditions that won this stellar choral group so many admirers and supporters over the years while also exploring new repertoire.  
 
Bella Voce received the prestigious Alice Parker ASCAP Chorus America Award in 2004 for programming that was "an adventurous stretch" for both singers and audience, notably the 2002 Midwest premiere of Einojuhani Rautavaara's “Vigilia.” The ensemble has recorded for Centaur, Harmonia Mundi, Narada, and Cedille Records. It has three self-produced CDs in release.
 
About Andrew Lewis
 
Andrew Lewis is artistic director of Bella Voce, music director of the Elgin Choral Union, founder and artistic director of The Janus Ensemble, a professional chamber orchestra specializing in Baroque and new music, choirmaster at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Evanston, and is on the conducting faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is also artistic director emeritus of the Lutheran Choir of Chicago and formerly taught conducting at DePaul University. Lewis has been a guest lecturer at Concordia University Chicago, the nationally recognized Lectures in Church Music series, Garrett Theological Seminary in Evanston, and has appeared as a guest conductor with the Elgin Symphony Orchestra. Lewis’ performances have been heard live on 98.7WFMT.
 
About Patrice Michaels
 
Patrice Michaels has performed on stage, in concert and in recital since her debut with the Cleveland Opera. Operatic appearances include Lyric Opera of Chicago, Central City, Tacoma Opera, The Banff Centre, and Chicago Opera Theater.  She has been guest soloist of the Shanghai, Czech National, St. Louis, Atlanta, Phoenix, and Minnesota Orchestras, the Maryland Handel Festival, Kansas City and Virginia Symphonies, as well as New York’s Concert Royal, Chicago’s Music of the Baroque, and the Maverick Festival.  Recital appearances include guest artist with Chicago Chamber Musicians, the Schubert Club of Saint Paul, three seasons at the Festival of Contemporary Music in Havana, Cuba, tours of Central and South America with Trio Chicago and Friends, with pianist John Browning for Music at the Supreme Court and at Guanajuato’s international Festival Cervantino.   Ms. Michaels can be heard on more than 20 critically acclaimed recordings, including 13 on the Cedille label www.cedillerecords.com.  She is featured most recently in On Course, the music of Laurie Altman on Albany Records.  
 
For more information about Bella Voce and upcoming performances, and to make reservations, please call 312-479-1096, or go to www.bellavoce.org.
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