The choral work Carmina Burana
has its roots in the poetry of medieval monks who apparently had their minds on things not so heavenly -- like sex, drinking and gambling. But for this performance by Encore Vocal Arts on March 14 at the Shortridge High School Caleb Mills Auditorium (3401 N. Meridian St.), the emphasis will be overhead with aerial choreography by Jamie Corydon and Paula Lord. The concert, directed by Chris Ludwa, will also feature movement inspired by yoga, dance and acrobatics. "O Fortuna" from Carmina Burana
-- the eerie chanting we all love -- has been popularized by such movies as The Omen
and The Doors
. Performance starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20, $15 seniors and $10 students (under 18). Call 317-576-7676 or visit encorevocaarts.org to order tickets.