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Elmhurst Choral Union and Orchestra present sacred music by Liszt and Schubert, composers best known for other kinds of music.

The superstar piano virtuoso (and Casanova) of his day, Liszt wrote many piano pieces to show off his playing, and works for orchestra.  Later in life, he wrote sacred music, including his heartfelt Coronation Mass, written for the Hungarian Coronation of an Austrian emperor and empress.

During his short life, Schubert was known for composing songs, piano pieces, and symphonies.  His charming Mass in G  is his best-known music for chorus and orchestra.

Director Scott Uddenberg leads Elmhurst Choral Union, pro soloists, and a professional orchestra.

Tickets are available at, 800-838-3006, or at the door.

Elmhurst Choral Union is an outstanding auditioned chorus, performing choral masterworks and great choral music of all eras.

Why You Should Attend

You'll want to attend if you love a mix of rare music (Liszt Coronation Mass) with what's a little better known (lots of choral singers are familiar with Schubert's Mass in G).

You'll want to attend if you love sacred music, or Romantic era music!

You'll want to attend if you ever wanted to hear music by students of Salieri--both Schubert and Liszt studied with him!

Types of Music
Event Info
  • Sun, Apr 28, 2019, 3:00 pm
  • Hammerschmidt Chapel, Elmhurst College
  • 190 South Prospect Avenue
Additional Info

At-the-door sales and will-call open at 2:15.

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