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Month: October 2016

Star Performers: Napa Valley Choir to Tour Florence in April

Star Performers: Napa Valley Choir to Tour Florence in April

Drawn by centuries-old musical traditions, vocalists the world over dream of performing on the stages of Italy’s numerous concert halls. For the Vintage High School Chamber Singers and their Choral Director Mark Teeters, that dream is soon to become a reality. From One Wine Country to Another Located in Napa, California, Vintage High School offers a music program that includes six performance choirs of varying skill levels. From lessons for beginners to instruction in advanced repertoire, the program provides everything aspiring…

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Testimonials and Praise for MidAmerica Productions

Testimonials and Praise for MidAmerica Productions

For the past 34 years it has been both our privilege and our great joy to produce concerts in Carnegie Hall and all over the world, and to bring talented musicians together for those performances. What started with a single concert now numbers nearly 1500 thanks to our devotion to crafting quality concert experiences. We believe that this devotion ensures the superior caliber of our work, and gives us a reason to be proud of what we do. Read on to see what…

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MidAm International 2018 Residencies

MidAm International 2018 Residencies

Over the years MidAmerica Productions has worked with thousands of performance groups to produce concerts all over the world. We’d like to invite you and your ensemble to join us for one of our exciting international concert tours in 2018. Check out the list below or visit our website for more information.   Image text reads: The Incredible 2018 MidAm International Music & Cultural Tour Programs from Asia to Europe Peter Tiboris, General Director and Music Director of MidAmerica Productions and…

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MidAmerica by the Numbers

MidAmerica by the Numbers

MidAmerica Productions has produced concerts all over the world for more than 34 years. Our work with literally thousands of performance groups has given us the expertise necessary to create truly memorable concert experiences. Check out our up-to-date statistics below and click to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

Star Performers: Minnesota’s St. Paul Academy and Summit School Choral Ensemble to Make Fourth Appearance in Carnegie Hall

Star Performers: Minnesota’s St. Paul Academy and Summit School Choral Ensemble to Make Fourth Appearance in Carnegie Hall

In 1969, St. Paul Academy and the Summit School merged their faculties, traditions and curricula to found a new school designed to create a superior educational environment for young men and women in the Macalester-Groveland neighborhood of St. Paul, Minnesota. Today they are lauded as one of the top independent schools in the nation, so it is no surprise that their music program is on par with the best in the country. Get tickets for her February 18, 2017 concert…

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Remembering Verdi on his 203rd Birthday

Remembering Verdi on his 203rd Birthday

Today, October 10, 2016, marks the 203rd birthday of Giuseppe Verdi. Many of his works are staples of the repertoire to this day, including La traviata, Aida, Rigoletto, and his majestic Requiem. Lauded as one of the greatest opera composers of all time, Verdi rose from modest means to the heights of wealth and fame through diligence, hard work, and shrewdness. The Young Verdi Verdi was born in a village near Busseto in northern Italy. Like many children of his…

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Masterworks in Concert: 130th Anniversary of Fauré’s Requiem

Masterworks in Concert: 130th Anniversary of Fauré’s Requiem

The year 2017 marks the 130th anniversary of the composition of Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem, Op. 48, a choral masterpiece and one of the composer’s most well-known works. Fauré began composing a short requiem late in 1877. This early iteration underwent many changes, additions, and orchestrations in subsequent years until it became the version we know today, codified in its performance at Paris’ Exposition Universelle in the summer of 1900. Like many of Fauré’s works it represents a departure from convention,…

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