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Our classical concerts are performed throughout the Chicago south suburbs and Northwest Indiana. Our gala 20th anniversary season, “Looking Back, Looking Ahead,” will include a retrospective of two decades of musical excellence, and a preview of future seasons which promise to be as exciting and fulfilling as the past. We invite you to join us for this pivotal season! As is the long-standing tradition with the Chorale, admission to all concerts is free of charge. Free-will donations are gratefully accepted.

Each classical concert of our 2018 season has something different and special to offer:

The Mystery of Mozart: Requiem Mass

Royal Splendor: Music of Handel and Mozart

Sunday, April 29, 2018 – 4:00 p.m.

St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church
768 Lincoln Ave., Calumet City, IL 60409

Sunday, May 6, 2018 – 3:30 p.m.

Covenant United Church of Christ
1130 E. 54th St., South Holland, IL 60473

Thrilling, haunting, enchanting, exciting – these are just a few of the adjectives use by audiences throughout the world in describing the monumental Requiem Mass of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Written in the last year of his life, this tremendous work was considered by Mozart to be the music for his own funeral. Come bask in the beauty of Mozart’s final work as the Chorale is once again joined by soloists and the Chicago Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra for our seventh annual spring choral/orchestral concert. As with our other concerts, there are two venues to choose from. Take your pick, or come to both! For more information, email or call 708-210-2913.

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South Holland Master Chorale is a premiere choral group, under the direction of Albert M. Jackson, that performs classical concerts throughout the Chicago Southern Suburbs and Northwest Indiana. We have over 100 members and are recognized for our notable performances including by Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, Mozart’s Grand Mass in C minor, Mendelssohn’s Hymn of Praise, and most recently the Mozart Requiem, Bernstein’s Mass, and the concert version of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess with the Illinois Philharmonic.