Grande Prairie Choral Arts to Ring in Holidays with Winterlude 2018 Concert

Grande Prairie Singers, Grande Prairie Choral Arts
The Grande Prairie Singers give a mini concert at Trinity Lutheran Church in Tinley Park. The group will be giving their Winterlude 2018 concert at 3 p.m. Saturday, December 15, 2018 at Faith United Protestant Church located at 10 Hemlock, Park Forest, IL. (Photo: Mary Compton)

Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- The Grande Prairie Singers and the Grande Prairie Children’s Choir will ring in the holiday season with an offering of beloved songs and carols and new jewels of the season with a concert on Saturday, December 15.

The singers invite you to join the many music lovers and families who depend on the Grande Prairie Choral Arts to usher in a season of joy and magic.

“We will save you a seat by our musical fire,” choir members promise.

The performances will take place at Faith United Protestant Church, 10 Hemlock Street, in Park Forest. 

The magic begins at 3:00 PM.

Grande Prairie Choral Arts is a not-for-profit organization in the Chicago Southland dedicated to providing excellent choral music and to promoting and furthering vocal and choral music education. Performance groups include the Grande Prairie Singers, an auditioned mixed choir for singers over the age of sixteen. The organization also maintains various ensembles available for outreach in the community.

Penny Shnay, Grand Prairie Singers, Grand Prairie Choral Arts
Penny Shnay from Park Forest speaks to an audience at Trinity Lutheran Church in Tinley Park regarding their upcoming concert. The upcoming concert will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, December 15, 2018 at Faith United Protestant Church located at 10 Hemlock, Park Forest, IL. (Photo: Mary Compton)

The GPCA regular season consists of three main stage concerts presented at various venues in the Chicago Southland. The GPCA includes singers from 27 communities and represents a wide variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds. The Grande Prairie Choral Arts performing groups are also pleased to be frequent collaborators with other Southland musical groups, including the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, the Southwest Symphony Orchestra, and various choral groups.