Upcoming Events

Sunday, May 20, 2018
World Premiere

"When Did We See You?"

by Dominick DiOrio

St. James Cathedral
65 E. Huron St.
Chicago, IL 60611 

 

Sunday, July 8, 2018
World Premiere

The Passion of Yeshua

by Richard Danielpour

Oregon Bach Festival
Silva Concert Hall, Hult Center
1 Eugene CenterEugene, OR 97401

 

Newsletters

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May 2011 Newsletter

May 2011 Newsletter

CONTENTS:

MacMillan Visits Chicago for Premiere
St. Matthew Passion Live Broadcast
Launch of 3-Year Pilot Program
SDG Makes Its Calvin College Debut
Premiere of Peter Bannister's Psalm 96
Board Updates
Did You Know?
What's Ahead . . .

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February 2011 Newsletter

SDG Feb 2011 newsletter

CONTENTS:

Chicago Bach Project Is Generating
    Excitement!
Psalms Project: Full Steam Ahead
Chicago Bach Project Soloists
Redesigned with You in Mind
   - A New Home on the Web
The Lost Son Recap
O Greening Branch Recap
Board Updates

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September 2010 newsletter

SDG Sept 2010 newsletter

CONTENTS:

The Sound of Angels?
A Grand Statement
Pärt in Person!
Crescendo Institute Touches Hearts and Lives

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August 2010 newsletter

Aug 2013 newsletter

CONTENTS:

A Song of Hope
Passion & Purpose
The Power of Art
Meet a most inspiring man . . .
“Charitable Children”
“It’s a Wrap!”
What’s ahead . . .

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June 2010 newsletter

June 2010 newsletter

CONTENTS:

Haydn’s Masterpiece: The Creation
First View of Missa Solemnis DVD
New Arvo Pärt Work
Peter Bannister Named Composer-in-Association
New Board Member
SDG in Full Swing for Upcoming Season
Peter Bannister Speaks from the Heart
Project Uplift: Making Music Ministry Happen

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  1. March 2010 newsletter