Ticket Information

For information contact:
Michele Phillips
847-932-2283
Michele.Phillips@d128.org
 

Holiday Concert
Wednesday, December 15th
6:00 PM w. 8th gd. Hawthorn Middle School 
8:00 PM
Auditorium

The Choirs and Symphony Orchestra will present holiday favorites such as Jingle Bells, It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Sleigh Ride, and Holiday Favorites (medley including Let it Snow, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Jingle Bell Rock, Silver Bells, & Frosty the Snowman)! There is a 100% chance of snow and holiday cheer!
Tickets are available on the Web Store beginning December 1st thru 3pm December 15th.   
Tickets purchased on the Webstore can be picked up at the Will Call window on the night of the performance. Tickets will also be available at the box office on the night of the performance by cash payment ONLY .  Cost $5 .
Student Activity passes will NOT be accepted for this performance.
If you have any questions, please contact the Fine Arts Office at 847-932-2283.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to space issues, from the middle school, VHHS parents are encouraged to attend the 8PM show
50% of all ticket proceeds will be donated to the Vernon Township Food Pantry. Non-perishable food and cash donations will be collected at the door. You can also make donations on the Web Store

Band Festival w. Hawthorn South
Wednesday, December 8th
7:30 PM
Auditorium

This concert will show off the talents of both the VHHS and the Hawthorn Middle School South band program. There is a mixture of standard band music and holiday favorites.
Tickets are available on the Web Store beginning Wednesday, December 1st.  Online sales end December 8th at 3pm.  Cost $3
Tickets will also be available at the box office on the night of the performance by cash payment ONLY .  Cost $5
Student Activity passes will NOT be accepted for this performance
If you have any questions, please contact the Fine Arts Office at 847-932-2283.

Choir Festival w. 7th gd Hawthorn Middle Schools
Wednesday, November 10th

Come join the VHHS Choirs as we welcome the 7th Graders from Hawthorn Middle North and South in a return of live, in-person concerts. Songs from many times, cultures, and languages will be performed by students eagerly awaiting the return of performing in front of a live audience!

Here is the link to the performance

Orchestra Festival w. Hawthorn South Middle Schools
Tuesday, November 16th: w, Hawthorn South
Thursday, November 18th: w. Hawthorn North

The week of Orchestra Festivals will begin on Tuesday, November 16th, with the 7th and 8th orchestras of Hawthorn South partnering with Vernon Hills High School's Concert and Symphony Orchestras. The ensembles will join forces to present a concert of dances including favorites such Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 5, Leroy Anderson's Blue Tango, and Holst's "Bringer of Jollity" Jupiter.
To close the week of musical celebrations, Hawthorn North will join forces with VHHS's Philharmonic Orchestra and Chamber Strings in a continuation of our "music that makes you want to move" concert series. Adding to the stacked deck of toe tappers will be a series of songs by Aaron Copland. 
Here is the link to view the performance

Band Festival with Hawthorn North Middle School 
Thursday, October 14th

Vernon Hills High School Band presents a music festival with Hawthorn North Middle School.  The first Band concert of the year will feature the following:  
Concert Band: Kentucky 1800 - Clare Grundman and Blue Ridge Saga - James Swearingen
Symphonic Band:  Fall River Overture - Robert Sheldon and Encanto - Robert W. Smith
Wind Ensemble:  Dynamic Overture - Franco Cesarini and Irrational Joy - Steven Bryant
Here is the link to view the performance

Orchestra Concert
Monday, September 27th

The Vernon Hills High School Orchestras present an "Overture to a Year of Music." The first concert of the orchestral season will feature a different Mozart overture performed by each of the orchestras of Vernon Hills. Other patron favorites will include music from "The Empire Strikes Back", composers: Borodin, Sibelius, Elgar, and more!   Here is the link to view the performance