A Chanticleer Christmas
Dec 7 - Dec 8, 2021
Chanticleer

Overview

“The world’s reigning male chorus” (The New Yorker) returns for an intimate a cappella performance of cherished Christmas favorites in the stunning Gothic Revival setting of the Fourth Presbyterian Church.

Location

Fourth Presbyterian Church
126 E Chestnut St

Schedule
Tuesday, December 7, 2021
7:30 PM
Wednesday, December 8, 2021
7:30 PM
Performers
Vocal ensemble

Chanticleer returns to the road after a year away
After a season away from live performance, the vocal ensemble Chanticleer has returned to the road, including its annual two-night run at Chicago's Fourth Presbyterian Church.
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What’s in a name? It’s something to crow about for Chanticleer
The all-male a cappella choir Chanticleer takes its name from a literary source: Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, specifically, "The Nun's Priest's Tale."
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