"Out of Many, One…In the Spirit of John Paul," a documentary on a concert event celebrating the peace-loving legacy of Pope John Paul II
Tuesday, April 2, 2013, at 7:00pm
Join us for a screening of "Out of Many, One… In the Spirit of John Paul," a documentary on a concert event celebrating the peace-loving legacy of Pope John Paul II. The musical portion of the program is featuring the Chicago Symphony Chorus and Lyric Opera Orchestra under Pope John Paul II's personal Maestro, Sir Gilbert Levine. Maestro Levine will be present during the screening.
After the film, please join us for a glass of Prosecco and... napoleon pastry (kremowki) provided by Syrena Bakery.
"Out of Many, One - a Musical Offering from Chicago - in the Spirit of John Paul"
Bogurodzica - an Ancient Polish Hymn (with Holy Trinity Polish Choir - Arkadiusz Gorecki, Chorus Master)
Edward T. Cone: Psalm 91 (1948)
Bach: Magnificat in D Amanda Majeski - Sara Mingardo - Antonio Poli - John Relyea
Beethoven Symphony III "Eroica"
Created and Written by: Sir Gilbert Levine
Director of Concert: Roger Goodman (Academy Awards Director)
Director of Documentary: Peter Rosen (Multiple Emmy-Award Winner)
Presenting Station for PBS: WTTW (Chicago) Dan Soles, Senior Vice President/Chief Television Content Officer
Presenting Station for national radio syndication: WFMT (Chicago) Steve Robinson, Executive Vice President/General Manager
In addition to the gala concert, filmed in Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center (Chicago), the program includes on-air visits to major cultural and religious landmarks of Chicago, including St. Hyacinth Basilica (Elevated by Pope John Paul II in 2003), KAM Isaiah Israel Synagogue(Founded in 1847), Pilgrim Baptist Church (Famed for its great Gospel tradition), Civic Opera House (Home of the Lyric Opera), and the Art Institute of Chicago (Renowned for rich collections of Picassos, Matisses, and Chagall "American Windows", etc.), as well as vintage footage of, and excerpts from John Paul's Homily in Grant Park on the occasion of his Papal visit to Chicago in 1979.
Participating organizations included the Polish Consulate General in Chicago, American Jewish Committee, Archdiocese of Chicago, Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, Polish National Alliance, Polish Roman Catholic Union, Polish Museum of America, as well as the Chicago Symphony Association and the Lyric Opera of Chicago.
Artwork, Video and Photographs courtesy of: Art Institute of Chicago, Phillips Collection (Washington, D.C.), Chicago Symphony Association, The Kosciuszko Foundation, Polish Museum of America, St. Hyacinth Basilica, Pilgrim Baptist Church, Servizio Fotografico Vaticano, ABC News, Family of Edward T. Cone, and Teresa Albor