MARY B. GALVIN RECITAL HALL :: 8:30PM
Masters recital of mezzo soprano, Jeanne Ireland
Performance featuring Brahms Zwei Gesange
Assisted by Alan Darling, piano
Pick Staiger Concert Hall :: 8:00PM
This event is free and open to the general public.
Program to include:
- Mozart "Impresario" Overture
- Elgar Cello Concerto
- Strauss Der Rosenkavalier Suite
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Masters of the pillars of neofuturism, this cast of INTRO TO TML invites you on a raw and unexpected journey of inspiration, reflection, courageousness, and purpose.
WHERE: Neofuturarium (5153 N Ashland)
Freddy-May AbiSamra, Davis Butner, JD Caudill, Alexa Deen, Samantha Hurwitz, Kendall Kaminsky, Topher Kielbasa, Connor Pickett, Hussein Salama, Katherine Tompkins, Diana Watts, Lauren Wimmer
BRING: Closed-toed shoes and an open Mind
An Immersive Exploration of Three Sisters Through Gender Blind Character Study.
Playing the role of Fedotik
LOCATION: Hopleaf 5148 N. Clark Street, Chicago IL
COST: Free. Duh.
Doors. 6.00 PM, Act One. 7.00 PM
WEBSITE : Click HERE
"There should be more sincerity and heart in human relations, more silence and simplicity in our interactions. Be rude when you're angry, laugh when something is funny, and answer when you're asked." - A. Chekhov
Mary B. Galvin Recital Hall, Northwestern University :: 6:00PM
Final conducting recital of graduate conducting student, Vincent Povazsay
Program to feature Mozart's Symphony No. 29 and Richard Strauss' Der Burger als Edelmann Suite
Lutkin Memorial Hall :: 7:30 PM (March 5th / March 9th)
Come see Northwestern's Chamber Opera Initiative tackle some classic comedies, one cadenza at a time!
Two operas, two dates, twice the chuckles
Adler Planetarium :: 6:00PM
Journey back to the Roaring ‘20s (and ‘30s) at Adler After Dark: Stellar Speakeasy on February 18th! Swing to the sounds of the Lakeside Pride Jazz & Swing Ensembles, explore the culture of the Jazz Age, and learn about groundbreaking discoveries of the period with special science demos!
Event details: CLICK HERE
MARY B GALVIN RECITAL HALL :: 6:00 PM
70 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston, IL
MARY B GALVIN RECITAL HALL :: 7:00 PM
Tyrone Clinton Jr. DMA recital honoring the young victims who have lost their lives as a result of police brutality
GROUPMUSE CHICAGO :: 7:00 PM
Journey to East Lakeview this holiday and warm your soul in true Chicago fashion: with some fine musical merriment, raw and impassioned.
Some hot cider is in store, treats for some snacking; but PLEASE BYOB, as my liquor is lacking!
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Program: Borodin String Quartet No. 2
-John Heffernan, violin
-Sabrina Tabby, violin
-Davis Butner, viola
-Genevieve Tabby, cello
AN EVENING OF SOPHISTICATED JAZZ
CENTER ON HALSTED :: 7:30PM
In the 1940’s and 50’s, mellow jazz musicians on the West Coast developed a softer, relaxed alternative to swing and bebop that came to be known as the “Cool Jazz” style. Grab a cocktail and chill with the Lakeside Pride, Jazz Ensemble, Strayhorns combo, and Wilde Cabaret singers, enjoying laid-back, ‘cool’ classics stirred up with contemporary arrangements in the same vein
GROUPMUSE CHICAGO :: 7:30PM
Journey to East Lakeview for an evening of local chamber music with views of the sunset over Wrigley Field and Lake Michigan. The evening's Groupmuse will be broadcast in conjunction with CHIRP radio as part of their "Volunteer: Stories of Philanthropy" series (http://chirpradio.org/podcasts/show/volunteer-stories-of-philanthropy)
Bach Goldberg Variations, BVW 988 for String Trio
-Davis Butner, violin
-Rita Andrade, viola
-Mike Grittani, cello
Prokofiev String Quartet No. 2 in F Major, Op. 92
*Performed by the Yas Quartet
-Artem Kolesov, violin
-John Heffernan, violin
-Nikita Haas, viola
-Titilayo Ayangade, cello
LIESING, AUSTRIA :: JUlY 12TH - 19TH
AlpenKammerMusik is a festival, in the spectacularly beautiful setting of the Austrian Alps, that seeks to unite the global musical community through the intimate study of chamber music, with dynamic musical instruction and the opportunity for participants to play together with world-class faculty.
Performances to include:
Mahler Piano Quartet in A minor
Reinecke Trio in A Major Op. 264
Mendelssohn Octet in E-flat Major, Op. 20
'GROUPMUSE' CHAMBER SOIRÉE :: 7:30PM
Journey to the South Loop and immerse yourself in a golden age of French chamber music among the the curvaceous construction of Bertrand Goldberg's River City apartments.
Program to include:
Faure Quartet Op. 121
Ravel Quartet in F Major
Debussy Quartet Op. 10
Featured Musicians: Davis Butner (violin), Susannah Foster (violin), Helen Hess (viola), Mike Grittani (cello), Audrey Anne (cello)
Click HERE to RSVP on groupmuse.com
Seabury Hall :: MAY 27, 29 - 8:00PM
Presented by the Northwestern University Chamber Opera Initiative
Northwestern's Chamber Opera Initiative is a new student organization dedicated to performing lesser-known works through student-run productions. We aim to inspire a sense of entrepreneurial innovation in young opera singers and we have chosen the Baroque opera seria masterpiece Ariodante as our first project.
Nathaniel Hill King of Scotland
Quinn Middleman Ariodante, vassal of the King
Madison Leonard/Jennie Moser Ginevra, daughter of the King
Michael Powell Lurcanio, Ariodante's brother
Alexander York Polinesso, duke of Albany
Regina Ceragioli/Kate Lee Dalinda, court lady of Ginevra
Joseph Schuster Odoardo, favorite of the King
Directed by Matthew Opitz
Conducted by Robert McConnell
CLICK HERE to support the production through Kickstarter
CLICK HERE for a synopsis of the opera
Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, Northwestern :: 7:30PM, MAY 1ST
Millennium Park Pritzker Pavilion :: 6:30PM, MAY 24TH
A musical exploration of the meaning of memory by Bang on a Can composers Michael Gordon, David Lang, and Julia Wolfe, this work for voices, electric guitar, baroque orchestra, and keyboards is described by librettist Deborah Artman as ::
“a prayer hall, a hymn, but also an invention; in the tenuous and hurried climate of the times we live in now, Lost Objects asks us to pause and consider the grace bestowed upon each thing, person, animal and idea, the ordinary and the not-so-ordinary lost objects of our shared and vanishing culture.”