What a lovely experience performing Berlioz's Romeo and Juliette in Chicago's Auditorium Theatre this weekend! On to Janáček rehearsals! The Grant Park Chorus Apprentice Chorale had their first concert in Douglas Park this past Thursday with the Chicago Children's Chorus Humboldt Park Neighborhood Choir. They were so lively (what hams!!). Such fun.
Fifteen days until Estonia, Latvia and Finland! The First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest will perform their Tour Choir Concert this Thursday, June 19th at 7pm! The program is called "To Everything There is a Season," and includes two quartet pieces performed by myself, Julia Rigoni, A.J. Keller and Matthew Peterson! Info and news article here!
Grant Park Apprentice Chorale will be broadcast on WFMT! : The Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts program on June 25th at 12pm CST live from Chicago Cultural Center Preston Bradley Hall ! Listen live at: http://blogs.wfmt.com/hess/. We are performing works by Gandolfi, Whitacre, Parry, Tavener and Misinkis with the Project Inclusion String Quartet!
The Grant Park Chorus Apprentice Chorale is the 18 piece chamber choir directed by Christopher Bell; info here: http://www.grantparkmusicfestival.com/festival-connect/apprentice-chorale
I am also adding a few photos from my recital in March to the Gallery page! Enjoy!
Die Fledermaus, University of Massachusetts, 2010
"Adele ...displayed fine singing and acting..... Ms. Hanauer sang coquettishly..."
See more at: http://www.operapulse.com/opera-reviews/2010/10/28/bats-make-noise-at-umass-school-of-music-a-review-of-die-fledermaus/#sthash.PHFJHwSO.dpuf