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Michelle wins Second Place in The American Prize in Vocal Performance,
2017-18—The Friedrich & Virginia Schorr Memorial Awards


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Upcoming Appearances

Date Organization City Venue
04/19/19 Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra Lake Forest, IL Old Saint Patrick Church
Time: 7:30am. Admission: Free. Address: 991 S. Waukegan Road/95 W Honeysuckle Rd. Faure Requiem conducted by Alan Heatherington with Michelle Areyzaga, soprano, Keven Keys, baritone, Members of the Chicago Master Singers and the Ars Viva Orchestra. Free to the public. More information
04/26/19 Chicago Master Singers Techny, IL Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Society of the Divine Word at Techny Towers
Address: 2001 Waukegan Rd.. Alan Heatherington, conductor. Dvorak Requiem; more info TBA
04/28/19 Chicago Master Singers Techny, IL Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Society of the Divine Word at Techny Towers
Address: 2001 Waukegan Rd.. Alan Heatherington, conductor. Dvorak Requiem; more info TBA
05/12/19 Evanston Symphony Orchestra Evanston, IL Pick-Staiger Concert Hall
Time: 2:30pm. Admission: $5-$37. Box office: 847.864.8804. Address: 50 Arts Circle Drive (on the Northwestern University campus). Performing Bernstein’s “Glitter and Be Gay” and Orff’s “Carmina Burana”. The vocal virtuosity of local favorite Michelle Areyzaga and of the North Shore Choral Society will assist in the ESO’s celebration of the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein, America’s greatest musical genius. A short overture by John Williams based on Bernstein melodies completes the tribute. The concert concludes with the great choral blockbuster, Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, which combines haunting Medieval and Renaissance melodies with a large percussion laden orchestra. Buy Tickets More information
05/19/19 Patrice Michaels & Guests Chicago, IL Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership
Time: 2:00pm. Admission: $8-$18. Address: 610 S. Michigan Avenue. Venue phone: 312.322.1700. “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 her collaborative pianist Huang-Hao Huang and their guests: soprano Michelle Areyzaga, tenor Matthew Dean, and baritone Evan Bravos. Cedille Records founder (and Justice Ginsburg’s son) James Ginsburg will join for a post-show Q & A. An accompanying CD will be for sale. Performance is 75 minutes, no intermission. Buy Tickets More information

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