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Four sisters’ quartet to join South Holland Master Chorale in Mendelssohn concert

information provided by the South Holland Master Chorale

SOUTH HOLLAND, Ill. (March 28, 2019) – South Holland Master Chorale will present two performances of Felix Mendelssohn’s “Hymn of Praise”—April 28 in Lansing and May 5 in South Holland. “Hymn of Praise,” the final part of Mendelssohn’s Second Symphony, includes full orchestra, chorus, and soloists. The 100-member Chorale, under direction of Albert M. Jackson, will again be joined by the Chicago Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra for these performances.

Opening both concerts will be the Davidsmeier Quartet. The four sisters, ages 11 to 16, have been playing together since choosing their instruments—violin, viola, and cello—as they each turned 3 years old. They all studied at the Western Springs School of Talent Education and, for the past three years, have been scholarship recipients at the OPUS Chamber Music Camp in Naperville. They recently were featured in the Friends of the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra 2019 Rising Stars Showcase.

The Davidsmeier Quartet—sisters Myra, Hannah, Rachel, and Sarah—will perform in concerts with South Holland Master Chorale in Lansing and South Holland. (Photo provided)

The concerts are scheduled as follows:

  • Sunday, April 28, 4:00pm
    St. Ann Catholic Church
    3010 Ridge Road
    Lansing, IL 60438
  • Sunday, May 5, 3:30pm
    Covenant United Church of Christ
    1130 E. 154th Street
    South Holland, Illinois 60473

Admission to both concerts is free.

South Holland Master Chorale
South Holland Master Choralehttps://southhollandmasterchorale.org/
South Holland Master Chorale grew from a group that began in the early 1970s at what was then Thornton Junior College, later renamed South Suburban College. The Chorale now receives financial support from the Village of South Holland, from which it takes its current name. Over its long existence, the Chorale has performed throughout the Chicago south suburbs and Northwest Indiana, presenting major works both classic and contemporary.