WFC sopranos and basses singing a concert in Madonna della Strada Chapel, Loyola University, Chicago.
A three choir festival in 2008 with the William Ferris Chorale, the Choir of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and the University of Chicago's Rockefeller Chapel Choir.
WFC altos and tenors singing at Madonna della Strada Chapel, Loyola University, Chicago.
As part of the Chorale's Artist-in-Residency at Loyola University of Chicago, the Chorale collaborated in a performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana in Spring 2015.
Soprano Lisa Rogers Lee in a solo role with the WFC.
In 2009, the William Ferris Chorale performed Rodion Shchedrin's monumental work The Sealed Angel. The concert also featured an exhibit of Byzantine icons.
In December 2014, the Chorale gave the American premiere of John Joubert's thrilling Five Songs of Incarnation shown here in performance at Madonna della Strada Chapel, Loyola University of Chicago.
December 2014 at Madonna della Strada Chapel, Loyola University of Chicago where the Chorale is proud to be Artist-in-Residence.
December 2014, Madonna della Strada, Loyola University of Chicago.
In 2014, the William Ferris Chorale returned to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, which was their concert home for 25 years.
The WFC hosts a three-choir festival at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in 2004. The guest choirs were the Rochefeller Chapel Choir from the University of Chicago and the Choir of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
December 2014 at Madonna della Strada Chapel, Loyola University of Chicago.
The WFC is featured in a run-out concert to a capacity crowd at Symphony Center in Chicago as part of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians National Convention in July of 2009.
From the balcony of Madonna della Strada Chapel, Loyola University, Chicago.
The WFC opened their 40th anniversary season in December 2011 performing William Ferris' Christmas Cantata "Make We Joy."
Presenting Leo Sowerby's Epiphany motet "Now There Lightens Upon Us" with the Chorale's long-time organist Thomas Weisflog.
A Three-Choir Festival performance of Louis Vierne "Messe Solennelle, op. 16," for chorus and two organs. On display were the two pipe organs in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church.
Delighting to Percy Grainger's marvelously unique carol "There was a Pig went out to Dig" during the 40th Anniversary Christmas Concert in December of 2011.