DePaul Community Chorus Concert - Requiem for the Living

Founded in 1989, the DePaul Community Chorus (DCC) is a true "community" chorus comprised of 140 members of all ages, ethnicities, spiritual perspectives, and varying levels of musical experience. The wide range of repertoire performed includes choral literature of the great composers from the 16th century to the present as well as folk songs, spirituals and music from stage and screen.

DCC's director, Stephen Blackwelder, is a veteran conductor and choral singer who has a special devotion to building a whole that's greater than the sum of its parts. Along with the musical and vocal skills at the core of music making, Stephen also champions the larger human dimensions: sense of community, body and energy awareness, shared focus and purpose, and emotional and intellectual growth.

This season's concert entitled, "Requiem for the Living" will be performed in collaboration with the Oistrakh Symphony of Chicago under the direction of Mina Zikri. This performance will include works by Henry Purcell, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Dan Forrest. 

Proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test is required for all audience members. By purchasing or registering for a ticket to this event, you agree to follow the COVID-19 audience safety requirements. Details found here.

Sunday, March 20, 2022 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Holtschneider Performance Center, Gannon Concert Hall
2330 North Halsted Street

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School of Music, School of Music Community Music Division, (All) School of Music



This concert is free and open to the general public. Advance registration required.



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