NaperVoice is a unique new philanthropic choir in Naperville, Illinois with the mission “Sing well. Do good.” This 90-minute concert will explore themes of love, faith, wonder, imagination, and hope through vocal works from five centuries from Dowland to Dolly Parton. Missa Brevis: Songs of the Enslaved, by Founding Conductor/Artistic Director Philip Spencer, will also have its Naperville premiere. The 35-voice auditioned choir, composed of paid and volunteer singers from twenty Chicago-area communities, will be accompanied by Collaborative Percussionist Shelley May Hutchison, Collaborative Pianist Valerie Lorimer, and feature College Student Conducting Intern Jean Garcera and High School Clarinet Soloist Cameron Hejny.
All net proceeds beyond expenses will benefit the local charitable nonprofit Kids Above All, building better lives for kids through therapeutic programs, housing support, and education. For tickets and information, go to napervoice.org. Tickets also available at the door with a $2 service fee.
Naperville, Illinois 60540
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