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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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Date Organization City Venue
02/22/19 Michelle Areyzaga Glencoe, IL North Shore Congregation Israel
Time: 7:45pm. Admission: Free. Box office: 847-835-0724. Address: 1185 Sheridan Road. Venue phone: 847-835-0724. Post-Kabbalat Shabbat Concert featuring Ravinia Festival’s Artistic Director Welz Kauffman, piano, and Michelle Areyzaga, soprano. A light supper will be served before the performance. Admission is free but please register. This concert has been generously sponsored by Jim Stone and Madeleine & Harvey Plonsker. Buy Tickets More information
02/24/19 Rudolph Ganz Festival Chicago, IL Roosevelt University
Time: 2:30pm. Admission: Free. Celebrating the musical legacy and contributions of Rudolph Ganz. (A reception will be held at 4pm.) Michelle Areyzaga, soprano Justin Horvath-Adair, baritone MingHuan Xu, violin Dana Brown, Winston Choi, Kuang-Hao Huang, piano Program: • Charles Tomlinson Griffes: Four Roman Sketches, Op. 7 • Maurice Ravel: Histoires naturelles • Rudolph Ganz: If Roses Never Bloomed Again (dedicated to Esther LaBerge-Ganz) • Rudolph Ganz: Three Songs • Claude Debussy: Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Minor, L. 140 • Béla Bartók: Four Slovak Folk Songs More information
03/28/19 Michelle Areyzaga Peoria, IL WTVP Public TV Studio
Admission: Invitation Only. Address: 101 State Street. SOUND BITES presents an all-Bernstein recital with Michelle Areyzaga and Welz Kauffman. A Peoria Symphony Orchestra series, Sound Bites concerts are an intimate presentations of music taped live in the WTVP Public TV Studio in front of an audience for broadcast at a later date on WTVP, and is by invitation only for donors and subscribers. More information
03/30/19 The Chicago Ensemble Chicago, IL PianoForte Studios
Time: 4:00pm. Address: South Loop, 1335 S. Michigan Avenue. Discover America winners with The Chicago Ensemble. Michelle will sing Hendrik Hofmeyr’s “Dover Beach” (for soprano, flute, cello, and piano), and Robert S. Cohen’s “Parable” (for soprano and piano). Also featured are compositions by Micah Clark, Anton Svetlichny, Paul Novak, and Matthew Peterson. Michelle Areyzaga, soprano Shanna Gutierrez, flute Eleanor Bartsch, violin Alexa Muhly, cello Gerald Rizzer, piano More information
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

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