2018/19 SEASON EVENTS
PREVIOUS EVENTS (2017 AND EARLIER)
Annual Concert. “For The Beauty Of The Earth”. Saturday, June 2.
Come one, come all to the St.Giles Church to hear our top choirs, Soloists and Guest Musicians. Featuring music from Baroque and Classical periods, folk songs and contemporary pieces.
Artistic Director: Marianna Kosaya
Piano Accompanist: Diana Kofman
Natalya Chernysh (violin)
Irene Schweizer (cello)
Mikhail Sytchev (guitar)
Kid’s Yoga and Science Workshop for 6-7 y/o
Children will be introduced to fun facts about the clouds and do series of experiments:
The science class instructor, Alla, will talk about how do clouds stay up, what clouds are made of, how clouds are look like on other planets and more.
Children will look at these types of clouds: cumulus, cirrus, stratus, nimbus, cumulonimbus, and nimbostratus.
They will do an experiment and make the clouds. Kids also will learn about Hydrosphere, phase of water, water circle.The kid’s yoga class will also be connected with the theme about nature, water and fire. This class will also be focused on improvement of the focus, the mindfulness, and a body strength.The workshop will last 2 hours on Saturday, April 7.
Summer Camp “Power Brain Education and Musical Theater”
July 16- 27,
For children of ages 5-7 y/o, 8-14 y/o
During 2-weeks program children will participate in a special musical theater production.
Children will receive individual and group singing instructions. The children will create the decorations and costumes for the performance.
In addition the children will receive one hour instruction/ training each day.
This training will give students a variety of mind-body exercises to promote focus and memory; confidence and positive attitude; mindfulness and movement; emotional wellness and managing stress and anxiety.
The Winter Concert “Nothing Serious”
The top choirs of Campanella Children’s Choir invites everyone to hear their new performance – “Nothing serious.”
No matter the age, when composers got tired of being serious, they joked around.
And so we, too, decided to joke around a bit, including in our program musical jokes, potpourri and fun songs of all time periods and styles, from Bach to Beatles.
So come and smile with us!
P.S. And of course it will not do without costumes and masks, buzzers, whistles, and guest musicians.
The Sound of Music Concert Order Tickets Online
An All-Choir Campanella Children’s Choir Performance.
Featuring music from Baroque and Romantic periods, folk songs and contemporary pieces.
Artistic Director and Choir conductor: Marianna Kosaya
Piano Accompanist: Diana Kofman
Violin: Natalia Chersnysh
Cello: Nazgul Bekturova
The Dreams of Robert Desnos
Saturday, May 6, 5:00 PM at St. Giles Church (3025 Walters avenue)
Campanella Children’s Choir (Intermediate level of the choir), under direction of Marianna Kosaya, will present musical-literary composition based on the poems by French poet Robert Desnos and music by Jean Wiener. Narration by Mikhail Sytchev and musical accompaniment by the Chicago Trio (Diana Kofman (piano), Nataliya Chernysch (violin), Irene Schweizer (cello), stage design and visual support by Irina Ratner and Tanya Ilina.
The Campanella Concert Choir would like to present our new program – the “Fascinating Rhythm.” It includes jazz improvisations on well-known pieces, performed by the Jazz Trio – Nick Tesker (piano), Nick Schneider (Bass), Eric Schneider (Saxophone/Clarinet) – as well as songs from the Sounds of Music, Wicked and My Fair Lady, and masterpieces by George Gershwin. As always, we will have musical accompaniment from Diana Kofman.
The Winter Holiday Concert
Campanella would like to invite all kids and parents to our winter holiday concert.
We will shine the spotlight on Gennadiy Gladkov, a composer behind many timeless songs from Russian movies and cartoons. We will perform songs from “New Year Adventures of Vitya and Masha” and the “Town Musicians of Bremen/”
Our beginning and middle choirs, as well as our soloist, will take part in the concert, accompanied by:
Mikhail Sychev (acoustic and electric guitar),
Gene Boldetsky (bass guitar)
Mikhail Kleynerman (violin),
Stepan and Phillip Kruglovs (percussion),
Diana Kofman (piano),
Tanya Ilyana (video)
Campanella Educational Center cordially invites all the young ladies and gentlemen of the realm to our Medieval Era Fall Party, which will take place on Sunday, October 30, from 3:00 pm -5:30 pm at St. Giles Church.
It will be a fun, medieval-themed celebration that will delight the children and entertain the adults. The children will:
Create medieval-themed costumes and decorations.
Play musical and active medieval-themed games.
All children are invited to take part in our talent show concert, where any child can put on a medieval-themed performance. They can sing a song, dance, or do acrobatics – and yes, there will be awards.
Sing Medieval songs together and play percussion instruments and dance.
Receive prizes and treats.
Participate at the costume contest. The best three Medieval time costumes will receive special prizes.
Masters of Jazz Concert
The Masters of Jazz concert will feature music by Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Bill Evans and Isaak Dunaevsky. It will be performed by Nick Tesker (piano), Nick Schneider (Bass), Eric Schneider (Saxophone/Clarinet) and guitarist Zvonimir Tot.
Musical Kaleidoscope – Campanella Children’s Choir Concert
A tour through the history of classic European music with the Musical Kaleidoscope. This concert featured three choirs from the Campanella Children’s Choir. The Concert Choir, Treble Choir and Prelude Choir will perform pieces by German, French, English and Italian composers that reach from the Renaissance Era to the dawn of the 20th century.
Music-Literary Composition “The Little Prince”
Music-literary composition based on Saint-Exupery’s “The little prince”. Campanella Children’s Choir invites you to step into the magical world of the Little Prince. Our one of a kind piece blends together music by French composers and the plot of the iconic novella to bring out its timeless themes. Actors (Mikhail Sytchev, Marina Karmanova, Egor Barkidijia) will present the story.
Parisian Salon Concerts at Nortbrook Library.
When: Friday, February 05 at 07:30 PM
Where: Northbrook Public Library. 1201 Cedar Lane, Northbrook, IL
American Jazz and Latin-American Music
When: Saturday, January 16 at 07:00 PM
Where: St. Giles Episcopal Church. 3025 Walters Avenue, Northbrook, IL
Holidays of Light.
When: Sunday, December 20 at 11:45 AM
Where: The Museum of Science and Industry.
57th Street and Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL 60637
When: Saturday, December 12 at 05:00 PM
Where: St.Giles Church
3025 Walters Ave., Northbrook, IL 60062
When: Tuesday, November 24 at 07:30 PM
Where: Northminster Presbyterian Church. 2515 Central Park Ave, Evanston, IL 60201
Fall Party "The Little Prince"
When: Saturday, October 24 at 04:30 PM
Where: St. Giles Church. 3025 Walters Avenue, Northbrook, IL 60564
15th Anniversary Celebration Concerts
When: Saturday, June 06 at 02:05 AM
Where: St. Giles, 3025 Walters Ave, Northbrook
Recording at WFMT 98.7FM
When: Saturday, May 16
Festival of Gold
When: Friday, April 24 - Tuesday, April 28
Where: Washington, DC
Concert at Children's Festival
When: Saturday, April 18
Where: Salvation Army of Des Plaines
When: Friday, February 06
Where: Northbrook Public Library
Music and Poetry
When: Saturday, January 17
Where: St. Giles church
Holiday Concert at MSI
When: Sunday, December 21
Where: Museum of Science and Industry
When: Saturday, December 20
Where: St. Giles church
When: Saturday, November 29
Where: Chicago Symphony Center