The Midwest Motet Society Announces Their Spring 2017 Concerts

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The Midwest Motet Society,

Intimate Settings, Inspired Singing

The Midwest Motet Society  will sing two concerts this spring with the same repertoire; “Part Songs Across Space and Time.” Their first concert will be Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 4 pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2901 Western Avenue, Park Forest, Illinois and the second will be Sunday, June 11, 2017 at 4 pm at St. Paul Episcopal Church, 1101 Park Drive, Munster, Indiana.  A Free Will donation is the price of admission.

Music to be sung includes Spanish and English madrigals from the Renaissance, German and English part songs from the 19th century as well American songs from colonial times and the Civil War. There will be two 20th and 21st century settings of Shakespeare and jazz standards with a salute to SAMBA!

The Midwest Motet Society

P.O. Box 706
Flossmoor, IL 60422

marie@midwestmotet.org
(708) 206-0380

Marie Grass Amenta, Founder and Music Director

“The Midwest Motet Society is truly a local gem, in the Southland.” Rev. Michael Gilligan, Ph.D., Executive Director of American Catholic Press

 What The Midwest Motet Society Members are saying:

“Marie Amenta has a rich knowledge of the composers who truly love the choral instrument. She programs gems of pieces that are as fun to sing as they are to listen to.”– Ruth Hansen, MMS Mezzo-Soprano from Fall 2011 to Spring 2016
“Rep is key. Many groups repeat much of the repertoire from year to year, but I look forward to each MMS season and being presented with new music to challenge and thrill me.”– Kari Coventry Smith, MMS Soprano
“I haven’t sung music at this level, with this attention to detail and professionalism, since college. Everyone on the South Side, and beyond, should get out and hear it, because it’s an incredible treat when it’s performed at this level, and it simply isn’t done very often at all these days.” –Russell Hansen, MMS Baritone from Fall 2011 to Spring 2016

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