Music Institute of Chicago Early Music Extravaganza, April 2008

The Music Institute of Chicago Early Music Extravaganza, held at the Music Institute of Chicago, Evanston, Illinois, on April 13, 2008.

A rehearsal and performance of Thomas Tallis' 40-part motet, Spem In Alium.

Featuring Chicago-area early music community members; students from the MIC Early Music Division programs; and divisional faculty and special guest conductors:  James R. Brown, Director; Garry Clarke; Anne Heider; Patrick O'Malley; David Schrader, organ; Richard Sobak; Craig Trompeter; Alessandra Visconti.

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Anne Heider, Patrick O'Malley, Craig Trompeter MIC Early Music Extravaganza Singer Rehearsing Anne Heider and Choir Alessandra Visconti and Choir
David Schrader and Choir Garry Clarke and Choir Visconti Choir Brown & Clarke Choirs Singers Rehearsing
Young Singers Rehearsing Craig Trompeter and Choir O'Malley Recorder Choir Gambists Rehearsing Violinist
Recorder Player James R. Brown and Choir Singers Rehearsing Violinists Anne Heider
Schrader Choir Visconti Choir David Schrader and Singers Rehearsing Alessandra Visconti Brown, Sobak & Visconti Choirs
Singers Rehearsing Anne Heider and Choir Clarke, Brown & Sobak Choirs Sobak, O'Malley, Trompeter & Schrader Choirs Garry Clarke and Choir
Recorder Player Sobak, Brown, Trompeter & Schrader Choirs Gambists Rehearsing Young Singers Recorder Players

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