MindsiMedia on 11/03/2017 at 02:03PM
I found some great music here on the archive by the Advent Chamber Orchestra. I used their music in three of my recent videos on ChiTownView.
Two of them are set in the magnificent Elks Memorial & Headquarters located in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood:
The other is about the statues of Hamilton & Goethe located just across the street from the Elk's:
And here's one looking at Chicago's Lincoln Park in the fall. https://youtu.be/G6fnBPaZAD4
The Advent can be found here:
katya-oddio on 09/27/2012 at 12:00AM
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.
Three collections of their performances are now available on the Free Music Archive.
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.