2018-2019

ALL EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS 

MAY 12, 2019 (Special Mothers Day Show!)

"Sounds Like Us" - Chicago, IL

2:30p @ First Unitarian Church of Chicago, 5650 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, IL 60637

What happens when a woman finds her voice?

What happens when her strength is cultivated?

What happens when that story is sung?

 

"Sounds Like Us" tells a timely story of female strength through the raw power of the female voice. In an engaging new staged performance, Artemisia harnesses the color and contrast of the rich vocal traditions of the world to celebrate the strength of women. 

 

Witness women across continents find strength and courage in unexpected ways: On the dusty plains of Kartli, Georgia, after a hard day's work in the sun; Gathered around the dinner table, in preparation for Hanukkah; In the ancient creation song of Cuban goddess of the sea, Yemayá; Through the wooing music of Croatia, newly claimed by female voices; From the Grand Ole Oprey's first female act, in a tongue-in-cheek act on female autonomy; Though defiant young women daring to ask important questions of themselves and of their communities.

APRIL 10-13, 2019

"Sounds Like Us" Tour - Ann Arbor, MI

Various Locations TBA

More information coming soon

JANUARY 28, 2019

"Sounds Like Us" Tour - Vancouver, WA

7:00p @ Durst Theater, Vancouver School of Arts and Academics (3101 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98663)

What happens when a woman finds her voice?

What happens when her strength is cultivated?

What happens when that story is sung?

 

"Sounds Like Us" tells a timely story of female strength through the raw power of the female voice. In an engaging new staged performance, Artemisia harnesses the color and contrast of the rich vocal traditions of the world to celebrate the strength of women. 

 

Witness women across continents find strength and courage in unexpected ways: On the dusty plains of Kartli, Georgia, after a hard day's work in the sun; Gathered around the dinner table, in preparation for Hanukkah; In the ancient creation song of Cuban goddess of the sea, Yemayá; Through the wooing music of Croatia, newly claimed by female voices; From the Grand Ole Oprey's first female act, in a tongue-in-cheek act on female autonomy; Though defiant young women daring to ask important questions of themselves and of their communities.

JANUARY 27, 2019

"Sounds Like Us" Tour - Portland, OR

7:00p @ First Christian Church (1314 SW Park Ave, Portland, OR 97201)

What happens when a woman finds her voice?

What happens when her strength is cultivated?

What happens when that story is sung?

 

"Sounds Like Us" tells a timely story of female strength through the raw power of the female voice. In an engaging new staged performance, Artemisia harnesses the color and contrast of the rich vocal traditions of the world to celebrate the strength of women. 

 

Witness women across continents find strength and courage in unexpected ways: On the dusty plains of Kartli, Georgia, after a hard day's work in the sun; Gathered around the dinner table, in preparation for Hanukkah; In the ancient creation song of Cuban goddess of the sea, Yemayá; Through the wooing music of Croatia, newly claimed by female voices; From the Grand Ole Oprey's first female act, in a tongue-in-cheek act on female autonomy; Though defiant young women daring to ask important questions of themselves and of their communities.

JANUARY 26, 2019

"Sounds Like Us" Tour - Vancouver, BC

7:30p Private House Concert - Please email for details on availability

What happens when a woman finds her voice?

What happens when her strength is cultivated?

What happens when that story is sung?

 

"Sounds Like Us" tells a timely story of female strength through the raw power of the female voice. In an engaging new staged performance, Artemisia harnesses the color and contrast of the rich vocal traditions of the world to celebrate the strength of women. 

 

Witness women across continents find strength and courage in unexpected ways: On the dusty plains of Kartli, Georgia, after a hard day's work in the sun; Gathered around the dinner table, in preparation for Hanukkah; In the ancient creation song of Cuban goddess of the sea, Yemayá; Through the wooing music of Croatia, newly claimed by female voices; From the Grand Ole Oprey's first female act, in a tongue-in-cheek act on female autonomy; Though defiant young women daring to ask important questions of themselves and of their communities.

JANUARY 25, 2019

"Sounds Like Us" Tour - Bowen Island, BC

7:30p @ Belterra Cohousing (726 Belterra Road, Bowen Island, BC)

What happens when a woman finds her voice?

What happens when her strength is cultivated?

What happens when that story is sung?

 

"Sounds Like Us" tells a timely story of female strength through the raw power of the female voice. In an engaging new staged performance, Artemisia harnesses the color and contrast of the rich vocal traditions of the world to celebrate the strength of women. 

 

Witness women across continents find strength and courage in unexpected ways: On the dusty plains of Kartli, Georgia, after a hard day's work in the sun; Gathered around the dinner table, in preparation for Hanukkah; In the ancient creation song of Cuban goddess of the sea, Yemayá; Through the wooing music of Croatia, newly claimed by female voices; From the Grand Ole Oprey's first female act, in a tongue-in-cheek act on female autonomy; Though defiant young women daring to ask important questions of themselves and of their communities.

JANUARY 10, 2019

EvenSounds at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel

5:30p @ Rockefeller Memorial Chapel (5850 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, IL 60637)

Artemisia joins renowned organist Thomas Weisflog in the EvenSounds afternoon concert series. More information available soon.

NOVEMBER 10, 2018

Artemisia + Sweet Honey in the Rock + Chicago Children's Choir

Rockefeller Memorial Chapel

Artemisia joins the Chicago Children's Choir and Sweet Honey in the Rock for a collaborative performance, featuring Artemisia's original composition, "What Happens When a Woman."

OCTOBER 5, 2018

Concerts for a Cause

7:00p @ First United Methodist (216 E Highland Ave, Elgin, IL)

The FUMC Concerts for a Cause ministry seeks to bring attention to worthwhile causes by hosting events that benefit specific causes and by brining in performers who have causes of their own. Artemisia joins forces with this program to present a program of music dedicated to the fight against sex trafficking.

Concerts for a Cause donations at the door or online will benefit ATLAST (Attorneys Targeting Labor and Sex Trafficking)

With Special Guests:

Nothing But Treble -  Elgin Women's Chorus

Take 2 - Elgin YWCA Creative Camp Program

SEPTEMBER 23, 2018

Artemisia + King Solomon Singers + The Rookery

3:00p @ First United Church of Oak Park (848 Lake St)

Joining forces with renaissance polyphony group King Solomon Singers and premier men's choral ensemble The Rookery to present a program of music on Mary. (Yes, that one, AND that one.) Ticket sales available soon.

SEPTEMBER 22, 2018

Artemisia + King Solomon Singers + The Rookery

7:30p @ St. Josaphat Catholic Church (2311 N Southport Ave)

Joining forces with renaissance polyphony group King Solomon Singers and premier men's choral ensemble The Rookery to present a program of music on Mary. (Yes, that one, AND that one.) Ticket sales available soon.

SEPTEMBER 16, 2018

"Mothers" Tour - St Louis, MO

7:00p @ Haertter Hall, John Burroughs School (755 S Price Rd, St Louis, MO 63124)

 

Steeped in joy, fear, humor, anger, determination, and transcendent love, the stories and voices of mothers too often go unheard. CYC’s top performing group Canta Bella will open for the trio, whose fully staged and immersive show paints a portrait of the timeless and universal world of motherhood through the songs of women from all over the world. A performance not to be missed!

This concert is made possible by the Audrey Frank Smith Fund at John Burroughs School.

Tickets are free and available at the door.

SEPTEMBER 15, 2018

"Mothers" Tour - Columbia, MO

7:00p @ Sacred Heart Catholic Church (105 Waugh St, Columbia, MO 65201)

Canta Bella of Columbia Youth Choirs and Artemisia join forces on this special concert one more time...in Columbia!

 

Steeped in joy, fear, humor, anger, determination, and transcendent love, the stories and voices of mothers too often go unheard. CYC’s top performing group Canta Bella will open for the trio, whose fully staged and immersive show paints a portrait of the timeless and universal world of motherhood through the songs of women from all over the world. A performance not to be missed!

SEPTEMBER 15, 2018

World Music Singing Workshop Presented by Artemisia

2:00p-3:30p @ McKee Gymnasium (616 Hitt Street on the MU Campus)

Don't miss this rare opportunity to work with Artemisia in this public World Music Singing Workshop! Join us as we learn 3 songs, in harmony, in different vocal styles from around the world. This event is open to all ages and abilities.

*Special discounted tickets are available to workshop participants for the 7:00pm evening concert of "Mothers"! More below.*

SEPTEMBER 1, 2018

Midwest Sing and Stomp

3:30p @ Second Unitarian Church (656 W Barry Ave Chicago, IL) 

The Midwest Sing & Stomp is an annual celebration of Chicago’s rich heritage as a cultural crossroads: a full day of nonstop music, dance and workshops highlighting the vibrant folk traditions that have taken root and flourished in this city and throughout the Great Lakes region.

The 2018 festival features the world-renowned Irish fiddling of Liz Carroll, son jarocho music from Ida y Vuelta, the Swedish and Norwegian fiddle tunes of Patrik Ahlberg & Vidar Skrede, and a full day of music, dance and workshops featuring traditions rooted in the Great Lakes and beyond.

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