Wednesday, September 7, 2011


Chicago Bar Association Symphony Orchestra and CBA Chorus
2011-2012 SEASON
David Katz, music director
Rebecca Patterson, chorus director

Direct from a triumphant debut this past June at Orchestra Hall/Symphony Center (above), the midwest’s remarkable orchestra and chorus of lawyers and judges returns to St James Episcopal Cathedral (Wabash at Huron) with a season of concerts designed to delight every music lover.


Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 7:30 pm
TOWERS of LIGHT: An (almost) All-American Concert
CBA Symphony and CBA Chorus
David Katz, music director / Rebecca Patterson, chorus director
Jennifer Zlotow, piano soloist
Jennifer Zlotow
David Katz
Wendel—Towers of Light (Chicago premiere)
Thompson—Three Choruses from Frostiana
Tchaikovsky—Serenade for Strings
Gershwin—Concerto in F 

Sunday, January 15, 2012 at 3 pm
A FLAIR for OPERA: Chamber Concert
Sara Su Jones, violin
Tatyana Stepanova, piano
Dennis Moore, narrator
Sara Su Jones
A special companion concert to the CBASO & Chorus’s all-opera program coming in May, the orchestra’s concertmaster, violinist Sara Su Jones, with pianist Tatyana Stepanova, presents a wide-ranging program of rarely-heard virtuoso opera fantasies and transcriptions on themes from Carmen, Der Rosenkavalier, Porgy and Bess, La Traviata, and Die Meistersinger, and more.  98.7WFMT program host Dennis Moore will provide commentary on each piece.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at 7:30 pm
CBA Symphony and CBA Chorus
David Katz and Rebecca Patterson, conductors
Neil Posner, concerto soloist
Janet Eckhardt and Jennifer Zlotow duo-pianists
Neil Posner
Brahms—Liebeslieder Waltzes, op. 52
Schumann—Piano Concerto
Schubert—Unfinished Symphony 

Sun, April 29, 2012—3 pm 
CHAMBER CONCERT: Schubert & More
Alexandra Newman
Fair Use Quintet
Schubert—Trout Quintet
      Amicus Curiae Quintet
Nielsen--Little Suite for Strings
   The West Oakdale Avenue Chamber Players
Vieuxtemps—Souvenir D’Amerique
      Alexandra Newman / Neil Posner duo
Roussel—Divertissement for Winds & Piano
      Fair Use Wind Quintet & Clark Remington

Wednesday,, May 16, 2012 at 7:30 pm
CBA Symphony and CBA Chorus
David Katz, conductor, Rebecca Patterson, chorus director
welcoming winners of
The American Prize in Vocal Performance—Chicago Opera Awards

Rebecca Patterson
A fabulous evening for the opera lover, featuring arias, ensembles, choruses and orchestral selections from Madama Butterfly, Carmen, Die Fledermaus, Prince Igor, Cavalleria Rusticana, The Tender Land, and much more.


TICKETS online:
SEASON PASS online (best savings): 1 concert free plus reserved seating
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS in advance: $12 online (plus tiny processing fee) or from any ensemble member
TICKETS: $15 at the door
Although there are no refunds, you may exchange tickets for another performance. Simply bring your unused tickets to the ticket table at St James on the day of the performance you wish to attend. 

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