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2014 Steeple Walk
Sunday, Dec. 7, 2 - 4:30 PM
Starting at either the United Methodist Church, 211 Hamilton St., or the Geneva Lutheran Church, 301 S. Third St. 

The Anima Youth Chorus of Glen Ellyn will be heard at the United Methodist Church, Second and Hamilton Streets. A renowned youth choral organization, Anima has performed locally, nationally and internationally.

The Orion Ensemble, recognized for twenty years as one of Chicago’s finest chamber music groups, will
appear at the Geneva Lutheran Church on South Third Street. Their five superb musicians have performed throughout North America, Europe and Asia as an ensemble and individually in solo, orchestral and other chamber music roles.

Performing at the Unitarian Universalist Society on Second Street will be Vox Gloria, a  distinguished
a cappella women’s choir from the Geneva United Methodist Church. For many years, led by Jan Unger-Kroc, they have presented a concert for the annual GUMC Christmas Season Women’s Service.

Opposite on Second Street, the First Church of Christ, Scientist will host a duet comprised of guitarist Quentin Dover and pianist Rosemary Schroeder. 

Two audience groups attend 20-minute concerts played simultaneously at the Methodist and Lutheran churches, then change places. 
They next move to the last performances in the Unitarian and Christian Science churches, opposite each other on Second Street.  

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Tickets are $12 and are available at the four churches, the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Circa, and through PayPal. Tickets go on sale November 3, 2014. Children under six years of age will not be admitted.

Event sponsored by CIRCA and Fox Valley Values

Christmas Music in Geneva's Historic Churches

The Steeple Walk, held the Sunday after Geneva's Christmas Walk, is a rare opportunity to sample several holiday musical performancesmusicians with drums in the setting of some of Geneva’s historic churches. Performers vary each year and have included choirs, jazz ensembles, steel drum musicians and a capella singers. You will be treated to a variety of folk songs, instrumentals and Christmas classics. The Steeple Walk consists of four churches, and each performance lasts about 20 minutes. You also will learn about the history and architecture of these unique churches.

Steeple Walk History

The first Steeple Walk was held in 2004. Organized by the Geneva Forum for Arts and Education, the event brought together a diverse lineup of musicians performing in the city’s historic downtown churches. The Forum for Arts and Education was an independent nonprofit organization that grew out of Geneva’s strategic planning process and was the forerunner to the Cultural Arts Commission.

The Steeple Walk was a popular addition to Geneva’s annual Christmas Walk until the Forum dissolved. In 2009, the Cultural Arts Commission revived the tradition by sponsoring the Steeple Walk as one of its events.

Steeple Walk Sponsorship

The Steeple Walk relies on ticket sales and generous sponsorship of local residents and businesses. Help support this community event at the sponsorship level with a $100 donation. 
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Thanks to our sponsors!
The 2013 Steeple Walk is sponsored by Fox Valley Values and Circa. Please support our sponsors!

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