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Saturday, October 28, 2017

Fourth Annual SDG Fall Gala

The Cliff Dwellers
200 S Michigan Avenue, 22nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60604 

Featuring the World Premiere of SDG-Commissioned Melodies for Robert, a trio for flute, cello, and piano by Pulitzer-finalist Carter Pann. Click here for more information.

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Psalms Project Choral Work Premieres in Indianapolis

James Lee

Soli Deo Gloria is pleased to announce the world premiere of Psalm 111 by James Lee. Written for mixed chorus and orchestra, the work is part of SDG’s ongoing Psalms Project and will be premiered by the Sanctuary Choir and Orchestra at the Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, on October 19, 2013.


A Summer of SDG Music

Trinity College Choir

While some consider summer the best beach time, others consider it prime music time. Soli Deo Gloria (USA) is delighted to be represented in multiple sacred music performances around the globe during the summer of 2013.


A Tribute to Dr. Richard Gieser

Dr. Richard G. Gieser, M.D.

The first annual Soli Deo Gloria Spring Benefit Dinner held on March 23, 2013, celebrated SDG’s visionary founder, Dr. Richard G. Gieser, who was named Lifetime Director and Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Directors of Soli Deo Gloria.


SDG Psalms Project

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Soli Deo Gloria’s Psalms Project, made possible by a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., is rapidly expanding. Launched as a three-year pilot project to create a collection of fifteen contemporary choral works by the world’s foremost composers, the Psalms Project catalog now includes seven works, with two additional world premieres taking place in May 2013.


A "fervent account" of Bach's Mass in B Minor


The March 27, 2013, Chicago Bach Project presentation of Bach's Mass in B Minor was a night to remember! The Chicago Tribune hailed Maestro John Nelson for his "fervent account" of the Mass in this third installment of Soli Deo Gloria's rotating cycle of Bach sacred choral masterworks, coinciding with the Easter celebration.