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That's the way science and music must come together!
It's been frustrating, this 100-year search by physicists all over the world for a Unified Theory of Everything. And Tim Blais, physics grad student, a capella singer and Queen fan, feels their collective pain. Don't miss the Albert Einstein hand puppet in a hail storm, crying his heart out in Blais' Bohemian Rhapsody on String Theory.
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The combined choirs of Chicago a cappella's 2nd annual Youth Choral Festival perform "Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel," arranged by Paul Crabtree, under the direction of Jonathan Miller at the festival's concert in Rockefeller Chapel, March 9, 2013. Participating choirs are: Chicago a cappella, the Chicago a cappella High School Intern Ensemble, Campanella Children's Choir, Downers Grove South Madrigal Singers, and Hubbard High School Advanced Ensemble.
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April 5th, 7:30pm, Northbrook Public Library, 1201 Cedar Lane
Once again, Campanella fans and supporters are invited to the see a one of a kind multimedia event that brings together timeless storytelling themes, classical music and the images legendary series of seven Renaissance-era tapestries collectively known as "The Hunt for the Unicorn" -

Campanella Choir will be performing in collaboration with the Chicago Trio (Irene Schweizer, Natalya Chernysh and Diana Kaufman), a Russian-American classical music group. Come listen to the beautiful performances by our talented kids accompanied by baroque music and a slideshow of beautiful Renaissance-era tapestries.

Classical pieces by G. Handel, A. Lotti, J.-P. Rameau, G. B. Pergolesi (Stabat Mater), W.A. Mozart, G. Caccini / V. Vavilov (Ave Maria), P. Certon will be performed at this concert.

This event is for adults and children 6 and older.
We hope to see you there!
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7pm, Saturday, March 2, 2013
Campanella fans and supporters are invited to the see a musical based on the Middle Ages legend "Hunt for the Unicorn." Campanella Choir will be performing in collaboration with the Chicago Trio (Irene Schweizer, Natalya Chernysh and Diana Kaufman ), a Russian-American classical music group. Come listen to the beautiful performances by our talented kids accompanied by baroque music and a slideshow of beautiful Renaissance-era tapestries.

Classical pieces by G. Handel, A. Lotti, J.-P. Rameau, G. B. Pergolesi (Stabat Mater), W.A. Mozart, G. Caccini / V. Vavilov (Ave Maria), P. Certon will be performed at this concert. 

This event is for adults and children 6 and older.

We hope to see you there. Address:
St. Giles Episcopal Church, 3025 Walters Ave, Northbrook, Illinois 60062
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Of course we knew this! That's why we at Campanella often combine music and science education. By enrolling your child in Campanella's program you not only promote his vocal abilities, but also contribute to brain development!
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Ahh, and here it comes - the science of singing in a group, and why we all should partake in it!
This essay is adapted from Imperfect Harmony: Finding Happiness While Singing With Others by Stacy Horn, out now from Algonquin Books. I used to think choir singing was only was for nerds and church people. Since I was neither, I never considered singing in a group—even though I loved singing...
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Reminder about multimedia performance this Friday!
 
April 5th, 7:30pm, Northbrook Public Library, 1201 Cedar Lane
Once again, Campanella fans and supporters are invited to the see a one of a kind multimedia event that brings together timeless storytelling themes, classical music and the images legendary series of seven Renaissance-era tapestries collectively known as "The Hunt for the Unicorn" -

Campanella Choir will be performing in collaboration with the Chicago Trio (Irene Schweizer, Natalya Chernysh and Diana Kaufman), a Russian-American classical music group. Come listen to the beautiful performances by our talented kids accompanied by baroque music and a slideshow of beautiful Renaissance-era tapestries.

Classical pieces by G. Handel, A. Lotti, J.-P. Rameau, G. B. Pergolesi (Stabat Mater), W.A. Mozart, G. Caccini / V. Vavilov (Ave Maria), P. Certon will be performed at this concert.

This event is for adults and children 6 and older.
We hope to see you there!
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Correction:
Concert will start at 5pm at Rockefeller Chapel (5850 S. Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago)
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Quick review of last Saturday's concert and a reminder for Chicago a capella Youth Choral Festival concern next Saturday!
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Report on last week's concert and performance in a new blog post!
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Check out Campanella's brand new official blog for a review of our Carnegie Hall Residency Program!
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Music and Arts Education for Kids ages 3-18