Monday, May 9, 2011


A capacity crowd in Wentz Concert Hall on the campus of North Central College in Naperville leapt to its feet Saturday night, May 7th, cheering Carl Orff's  CARMINA BURANA, as performed by an ensemble of more than 300 musicians, including the Chicago Bar Association Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, the Naperville Chorus, the Young Naperville Singers, and soloists Patrice Michaels, Ian McEuen and Jacob Lassetter. The performance was under the enthusiastic baton of Maestro David Katz, the CBASO's founding music director.

Saturday's outing was a warm-up to the main event, a repeat performance at Orchestra Hall/Symphony Center on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Sunday, June 5th at 7:30, celebrating the 25th birthday of Chicagoland's unique orchestral ensemble of attorneys, judges and law students.

Although plenty of tickets still remain, more than 1000 have already been sold—so if you have special desires when it comes to seating, now is the time to purchase your tickets by clicking on this link to Chicago Symphony online ticketing.

For more about the CBASO, please check out some earlier posts, below.

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