Join Golosa for a House Concert and Dinner: Friday, Jan. 30

Golosa invites you to share an evening of song in the most authentic of folk-music settings: the home. Please join us on Friday, January 30, in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood.

Along with Russian songs from Golosa, our hosts, Catherine Brooks and Georgi Ivanov, will offer traditional zakuski refreshments—cheese, homemade bread, krauts, soup, and yogurt. If you haven’t seen us in a while, this is a great way to get reacquainted. If you’re a regular Golosa attendee, you’ll know there’s nothing like the intimacy of a house concert to bring these enchanting songs to life. The suggested donation is $10 for the concert, plus $5–$10 if you partake of the menu.

If you would like to attend the concert, please write to us via the contact area of our website. Make sure to tell us your email address, and we will write back to you with more information.

We hope to see you there!

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 Director Tamara Ghattas. Manager Lauren Makholm handles booking requests, and President Drew Boshardy 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.