2021-2022 Season Events

Spring Concert 2022

Leaping Lesbians!
Artemis Singers Celebrates 40-something Years in Story and Song

Plan to join us in spring 2022 as we review our lesbian feminist life  – learning from the past, looking to the future

Postponed from our 40th anniversary year of 2020, we plan to include stories from Chicago’s lesbian feminist community to enrich this concert. We have gathered YOUR stories from the community, and they will be woven into this performance.

Watch this space for more information and please join our mailing list.

6 thoughts on “2021-2022 Season Events

  1. I am trying to hear your chorus. I know why I want to join your chorus. I want to sing! I so want to hear the type of music you perform!
    Gail Rossow
    HELP! LET ME LISTEN!

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  2. I sing with the Brooklyn Women’s Chorus. We sing socially relevant songs, many written by our director, Bev Grant. Are you ever in New York? Would love to have a joint concert.

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    • Artemis Singers loves the idea of joint concerts! Though our budget doesn’t send us out of the Midwest very often, we encourage you to join Sister Singers Network (www.sistersingers.net). Sounds like you’re definitely our sister singers, and maybe we’d be able to join up with you at a Sister Singers Network festival!

      We’ve done joint concerts in the past with Sistrum (Lansing, Michigan, women’s chorus), MUSE (Cincinnati’s Women’s Chorus), Bread and Roses (Dekalb, Illinois, women’s chorus), Hersong (Quad Cities, Illinois, women’s chorus), Womonsong (Madison, Wisconsin, sadly not operating any more), and Mukwanago (Wisconsin) Feminist Singers and Eaters (sadly not operating any more).

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