We recognize that some of you may still feel uncomfortable attending a live concert even when the audience is fully vaccinated and wearing masks. We respect your concerns and therefore have arranged to have our first concert recorded in front of a live audience. Recording will be done with five separate cameras and our video and audio editors will be working round the clock to have the video ready for viewing by April 20.
Simply click the Buy Virtual Tickets button above to complete your order. We will promptly send you a link with a user name and password that will enable anyone in your household to access the video. Then, starting at 7:30 PM CT on April 20, you can enjoy this wonderful music right in the comfort and safety of your own home. You can also view and re-view the concert as many times as you’d like through the end of the year.
We've put together instructions on how to connect you computer, tablet or phone to your TV. To learn how, download these instructions.
One of the advantages of purchasing video tickets is that you can share the gift of this holidays concert with family and friends. When you buy your ticket, consider buying extras for those who would appreciate this marvelous music. Simply add those tickets to your order, and you will receive a unique user name and password for each additional ticket you buy, which you can forward to your family and friends with your best wishes.
The Lakeside Singers Present
Our 2022 Spring Concert
“Wine, Women [and Men] & Song”
There may be nothing in the human experience as unique as love. We bring you old, new and funny music about love from France, Spain and Israel along with music by Stevie Wonder, Pentatonix and Beyoncé. Come help us share the Love. We guarantee the most fun ever.
Tickets for the Music Institute of Chicago (Evanston), Elmhurst Presbyterian Church (Elmhurst) and First Congregational United Church of Christ (Downers Grove) are $35 for adults, $25 for seniors and students and $10 for children under 12. Priority Seating is available in Evanston. Members of the congregation of Elmhurst Presbyterian Church and First Congregational United Church of Christ can buy discounted tickets for $20. Tickets can be purchased on our website www.lakesidesingers.com or by calling 847-382-5085. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Throughout all of history we humans have found ways to write and sing about our lives, our loves, passions, jealousies and our follies. Wine, Women, Men, and Song, what could possibly go wro… is our way of singing about these universal themes, from grief to joy and everything between.
Our concert features old Irish drinking songs, a drinking song by Verdi, romantic lyrics by Shakespeare set by three different composers over 500 years, a spoof of Shakespeare from a recent Broadway show featuring “Will” as a confirmed narcissist, recent songs by Pentatonix, Sly and the Family Stone and a mind-boggling array of popular “Love Hooks” all compressed into a single song, guaranteed to trigger memories of love for everyone.
Though we take the performance of music extremely seriously, we have always presented our programs in a relaxed manner, enjoying ourselves and our audiences in the process. We encourage you to remember the fun you have had with us in the past, tell your friends, and come have fun with us in person!
We are fully committed to the health and safety of our audiences, artists, technicians, administrative staff and all of the communities we serve throughout each season. All of our artists are fully vaccinated. Our first two rehearsals were done virtually with live rehearsals starting January 31st. We continue to rehearse wearing masks in a large rehearsal space. Each singer, director and accompanist must take a rapid test prior to each rehearsal and concert. Although there are still many unknowns, as of now we will require all concertgoers to provide proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test within 72 hours of the concert. In addition, regarless of vaccination status, all concertgoers and other personnel will be required to wear masks while inside the concert venue.