The Adrian Dunn Singers

The Adrian Dunn Singers is a group of 12 professional singers of diverse musical backgrounds based in Chicago. Members of group have trained at some of the top conservatories & Universities in America. They recently were featured on the PBS WTTW special Emancipation featuring The Adrian Dunn Singers and Rize Orchestra. Emcanipation marks the groups 4th commercial album release. They made their Ravinia Festival Chicago Symphony Orchestra debut in 2022 with the original arrangement of “Going Home” from the Dvorak 8th Symphony conducted by Marin Alsop. They performed the score of the 2022 major motion picture, “Honk for Jesus” and made their Zipper Concert Hall debut at The Colburn School in 2022. In 2021 they made their Chicago Philharmonic debut in Dunn’s original composition “Redemption” at The Harris Theater for Music & Dance at Millennium Park.
They premiered The Seven Last Words of the Unarmed by Joel Thompson with the Chicago Sinfonietta in 2019 at Chicago’s Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center and Wentz Concert Hall.  The group made their National Cathedral debut in 2018. They were the featured vocal ensemble in the 2018 Jonsi & Alex World Tour, The Rice Boy Sleeps.  They were  included in the Art Institute of Chicago’s “Prayer ” exhibit in 2017 by prolific South African Artist James Webb. I
The groups commercial albums include: Revelations, Redemption Live, The Black Messiah, Emancipation Act 1 & 2.  In addition to recording the Revelations Album, they have performed  for the Payne Theological Seminary presidential inauguration in 2017 & provided music for the 2018 commencement exercises.  The group recently made their National Cathedral Debut and have toured to Orlando, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Indianapolis.

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