This concert is generously sponsored by Schaefer's Wines, Foods and Spirits.
The Music Institute of Chicago honors the extraordinary legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. at its ninth annual celebration of the legendary civic leader, featuring the renowned Brotherhood Chorale of the Apostolic Church of God. The 180-member male choral group, led by conductor Brian C. Rice, will again perform an electrifying program of repertoire offering traditional and contemporary gospel and jazz arrangements.
About the Brotherhood Chorale
The nationally recognized Brotherhood Chorale was founded in Chicago in 1969 with less than 30 members. Under the guidance of its current and visionary director, Brian Rice, the Brotherhood Chorale has built an impressive repertoire and grown to approximately 180 members. In addition to performing every fourth Sunday for service, the choir sings outside the church and has been featured at the South Shore Cultural Center and the Chicago Civic Orchestra, among others.
The William Warfield Memorial Scholarship Fund
The William Warfield Memorial Scholarship Fund of the Music Institute of Chicago, offers need-based financial assistance for minority students each year. William Warfield, famed operatic baritone, was a longstanding member of the Music Institute's board of trustees. If you are unable to attend the concert, but wish to donate to the William Warfield Memorial Scholarship Fund, please click here.
Nichols Concert Hall Lobby (View)
1490 Chicago Ave
Evanston, IL 60201
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