Opening for Anchiskhati Choir at the Logan Center, University of Chicago, Sunday Feb 28th.

We’re honored to be opening for the wonderful Georgian choir Anchiskhati this Sunday:

Sunday, February 28th, 7:30pm
9th Floor Penthouse Auditorium
Logan Center for the Performing Arts, University of Chicago
60th Street and Drexel
(Free parking across the street from the Logan Center)
Tickets: $15 at the door

We’ve heard Anchiskhati perform before, and they are not to be missed!

We hope to see you at the Logan Center on Sunday — but if you can’t come then, please note that Anchiskhati is also giving a concert on Saturday, Feb 27th, at 7:30pm at St. Josaphat’s Church (2301 N. Southport Ave), plus a 10:00am workshop that morning at St. Josaphat’s. (And on Saturday night our friends the Alioni ensemble will be opening for them).

Golosá is Chicago’s one and only Russian folk choir, founded in 1997 at the University of Chicago. We sing sacred and secular Russian folk songs in a mixed-voice a cappella ensemble, and we perform all year long throughout the Chicago area. Auditions are generally held once a year, in the fall.

The ensemble is supervised by Artistic Directors Noel Taylor and Tamara Ghattas. Manager Lauren Makholm handles booking requests, and Kate Mooney is our University of Chicago liaison.

Please visit the events page for information on our future engagements. Even better, sign up on our mailing list so that you will be informed of all the choir’s performances and other activities.