Spirito! Singers To Sing National Anthem at White Sox Game
Oak Brook, IL - Go, go White Sox! Spirito! Singers, an elite choral organization located in the Western Suburbs of Chicago, has been cordially invited to sing The Star Spangled Banner on Saturday, September 10, 2016 at US Cellular Field before the White Sox take on the Kansas City Royals. After recently hosting auditions for the upcoming season, Spirito! continues to thrive in selecting young singers from the Western Suburbs to join one of Chicago’s most respected choral groups. Through a comprehensive audition process, girls between 5th and 12th grade, and men ages 18 and older have the opportunity to grow with an ensemble that tackles a variety of musical genres. Singers attend weekly rehearsals, as well as participate in music theory training in order to strengthen their craft. “Spirito! is all about supporting local events, and we could not be more excited to share our talented singers with the south side,” says Artistic Director Molly Lindberg. “We encourage all families and friends to attend.” Game time is set for 6:10 pm and tickets are available for purchase through September 1st at $26 a piece. Click here for more information on purchasing tickets. The White Sox are currently ranked third in the AL Central standings with the Royals tailing close behind them – making for an interesting game between the division rivals.
“Being invited back by the White Sox after performing last summer is such an honor,” said Lindberg. “We hope to continue carrying on this tradition in years to come.”
Since Spirito! Singers was founded in 2008, it and has quickly become one of the staple musical groups in the Chicagoland area. With Ragazze Ensembles located in Downers Grove, Elmhurst and La Grange, there is an opportunity for young singers to get involved in the organization at an early age in their own neighborhoods before joining the larger Bravura group located in Elmhurst. Click here for more information on auditions. For more information regarding the game, please call Sharon Whiteside at 630-581-5440.