This profile was last updated on //
Is this you? Claim your profile.
828 North Harvey Ave.
Heritage Chorale was founded in 1984 by a group of experienced choral singers residing in Oak Park who wanted an opportunity to sing in a community-based chamber choir. They enlisted the help of Robert Fuller, choir director of the Oak Park and River Fore
Find other employees at this company (15)
(56 Total References)
Heritage Chorale - Leaders
Heritage Chorale Leaders | Artistic Director | James Kallembach
James Kallembach, artistic director of Heritage Chorale, is director of choral activities and senior lecturer in music at the University of Chicago, where he conducts the University Chorus, Motet Choir, and Rockefeller Chapel Choir and directs the Vocal Studies and Choral Scholars programs.
He is also the founder and director of the Quire and Place concert series at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel.
A versatile conductor, Mr. Kallembach has performed large portions of the canonic choral literature of all periods.
has been called a "first-rate choral conductor and scholar" by the Chicago Tribune
, and his
interpretation of new music has been heralded as "rich and polished" by the Chicago Classical Review.
A tireless advocate of new choral works, he
has conducted premieres of works by William Bolcom, Shulamit Ran, and James MacMillan, among others.
Mr. Kallembach's work as a composer has been honored by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers; the American Choral Directors Association; the American Composers' Forum; the Brooklyn Art Song Society; Boston Chorus Pro Musica; and VocalEssence, to list a few.
Mr. Kallembach received his doctorate in choral conducting from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.
Almost 50 registered singers from as far away as Sanford spent a full day in productive, informative and inspirational rehearsal and fellowship under the direction of guest conductor Dr. James Kallembach, director of choirs at the University of Chicago.
Kallembach chose a truly eclectic program that ran the gamut from the rich Romantic sonorities of Brahms to flashy hymn-anthems, complete with audience participation.
Conducting the ad-hoc group was James Kallembach, a graduate of the Indiana University Jacobs' School of Music, now director of choral activities at the University of Chicago.
allowed the accessible music to come through without any of the theatrics that can sometimes get in the way of a fine spiritual.
Heritage Chorale -Scholarship
Finalists will audition for Heritage Chorale's Artistic Director James Kallembach.
The Heritage Chorale - Oak Park, Illinois
James Kallembach, artistic director of Heritage Chorale, is director of choral activities and senior lecturer in music at the University of Chicago, where he conducts the University Chorus, Motet Choir, and Rockefeller Chapel Choir.
Featuring our annual candlelight procession, and a world premiere new work by James Kallembach, Director of Choral Activities at the University of Chicago.
We will present a very intriguing World Premiere by composer James Kallembach on December 19 at Old South Church.