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Fall 2019: Michelle is thrilled to be featured on two recently released albums, Brahms’ A German Requiem with Bella Voce, and Dona Nobis Pacem by Vaughan Williams, with the Richmond Symphony and Chorus.


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Upcoming Appearances

Date Organization City Venue
12/16/19 Do-It-Yourself Messiah Chicago, IL Harris Theatre
International Music Foundation’s Do-It-Yourself Messiah. More information TBA.
12/17/19 Do-It-Yourself Messiah Chicago, IL Harris Theatre
International Music Foundation’s Do-It-Yourself Messiah. More information TBA.
01/19/20 The Chicago Ensemble Chicago, IL International House
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: $10-30. Address: University of Chicago, 1414 E 59th St. A program of American Works, including Michelle Areyzaga (soprano) and Gerald Rizzer (piano) performing: Barber’s ‘Knoxville: Summer of 1915’, op. 24; Robert Cohen’s ‘Parable’ (Winner of the “Discover America IX” competition); and Gottlieb’s ‘Downtown Blues for Uptown Halls’ — joined by Elizandro Garcia-Montoya (clarinet). The program also features Bernstein’s Sonata for clarinet and piano, Schelle’s ‘Chords that Rhyme with your Eyes’, and another competition winner, Timofeev’s ‘Phoenix’. Buy Tickets More information
01/21/20 The Chicago Ensemble Chicago, IL Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $10-30. Address: 126 E Chestnut St. A program of American Works, including Michelle Areyzaga (soprano) and Gerald Rizzer (piano) performing: Barber’s ‘Knoxville: Summer of 1915’, op. 24; Robert Cohen’s ‘Parable’ (Winner of the “Discover America IX” competition); and Gottlieb’s ‘Downtown Blues for Uptown Halls’ — joined by Elizandro Garcia-Montoya (clarinet). The program also features Bernstein’s Sonata for clarinet and piano, Schelle’s ‘Chords that Rhyme with your Eyes’, and another competition winner, Timofeev’s ‘Phoenix’. Buy Tickets More information
03/08/20 The Chicago Ensemble Chicago, IL Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago
Address: 126 E Chestnut St. “Notorious RBG in Song” Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life and work are celebrated in this one-act dramatic concert featuring soprano/composer (and daughter-in-law) Patrice Michaels, with guests, including soprano Michelle Areyzaga. More information

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