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LOCATION:Bolingbrook, Illinois

The Advent Chamber Orchestra is a conductorless orchestra, based in Bolingbrook, Illinois and usually performing in the Chicago metropolitan area. This non-profit orchestra is composed of five violins, two violas, two cellos, a bass, and an harpsichord. The group specializes in Baroque period classical music.

The Advent Chamber Orchestra began in 2003 when Roxana Pavel Goldstein and Elias Goldstein, who had met studying and performing at DePaul’s School of Music, worked together in chamber music ensembles. The orchestra functioned primarily as a chamber music collaborative until 2005 when they performed their first concert as the Advent Chamber Orchestra. The ensemble is generally led by concertmaster and music director Roxana Pavel Goldstein, but artistic decisions are made democratically by the group.

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LodewijkV on 03/19/13 at 09:13PM
As if they are standing right in your chamber... Played with power but yet sounds like it all flows with ease. Hora Vivace and Ardeleneasca moderato are plays I can listen to for days. I hope this ensemble will play for a long time so their sound will be heard by many!
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victormoj on 08/20/13 at 07:52AM
Too beautiful to be true! Thank you!
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Spaciane on 06/08/15 at 09:55PM
Thanks for this beautiful music!
"Handel - Entrance to the Queen of Sheba" has been a great inspiration for my latest fractal animation.
https://youtu.be/Hn4rOx55OWw
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cheyenne_h on 09/12/16 at 08:22PM
Hi Christine / @[email protected] - we only host mp3 files for now, sorry about that. Hopefully they will still work for your purposes.
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[email protected] on 10/14/16 at 09:40AM
Dear Advent Chamber Orchestra,
I have a question: We would like to use your marvellous "Kleine Nachtmusik" for a CD-production for people with dementia.
But: This is a commercial production and we might not be able to use it as Share-Alike (the CDs are sold to caregivers).
It would be so great, if we could use the piece of music nonetheless.
Looking very much forward to your answer
Christine from Germany
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