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Events for September 2021
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Sep 25, 2021
Apollo 13—Film with Live Orchestra
Dates: 9/25/2021
Sponsor: San Francisco Symphony
Auditorium: Davies Symphony Hall
Contact: chu@sfsymphony.org
  201 Van Ness Avenue
  San Francisco, CA United States
Phone: 4155035474
e-mail: publicrelations@sfsymphony.org
Web: http://www.sfsymphony.org/Buy-Tickets/2021-22/APOLLO-13

The San Francisco Symphony’s Film Series features the Orchestra performing the live accompaniment to iconic films as they are projected on a large screen above the stage. On September 24-25, 2021 at 7:30 PM, Constantine Kitsopoulos conducts the San Francisco Symphony in Ron Howard’s Apollo 13. Featuring an epic, gripping score by acclaimed film composer James Horner, Ron Howard’s Academy Award®-winning drama (Best Sound, Best Film Editing) recounts the harrowing true story of the aborted Apollo 13 lunar mission and NASA’s effort to return the jeopardized astronauts (Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, Bill Paxton) to Earth safely. Apollo 13 is a trademark and copyright of Universal Studios. Licensed by Universal Studios. All rights reserved.

Chicago Composers Orchestra
Dates: September 25
Auditorium: St. James Cathedral
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  65 E Huron Street
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Saturday, September 25 7:30 PM at St. James Cathedral (65 E Huron Street) $35 general, $15 student A dual-media collaboration between composers and visual artists. Hear and see orchestral and screenprint work from Chicago creators, with the aural and visual presented side-by-side. Tactile | Spaces is a continuation of CCO’s Ten x Ten project, co-presented with Homeroom Chicago and Spudnik Press. Ten x Ten pairs composers with visual artists, challenging each pair to co-conceptualize their work across media, stretching and expanding their creative processes. By producing a limited-edition compilation and public presentation of the artworks, Ten x Ten documents, celebrates, and promotes Chicago’s artistic community.

Ensemble Dal Niente and Ken Vandermark: Last Trane to Clover Five (Roscoe Mitchell, world premiere); works by Fred Anderson, George Lewis, and Nicole Mitchell
Dates: September 25
Auditorium: Logan Center for the Arts
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  915 E 60th Street
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Saturday, September 25 Time TBA at Logan Center for the Arts (Hyde Park Jazz Festival) (915 E 60th Street) Free Ensemble Dal Niente teams up with saxophonist Ken Vandermark to play the world premiere of Last Trane to Clover 5, written for them by Roscoe Mitchell, as well as music by George Lewis, Nicole Mitchell, and Fred Anderson.

Gene Pritsker's Sound Liberation 
Dates: Sep 25
Auditorium: The Delancey
  The Delancey 168 Delancey Street, New York, New York 10002
  New York, NY United States
e-mail: genepritsker@gmail.com
Web: http://www.facebook.com/events/335084067632467/

Sound Liberation takes the stage of Lower East Side's The Delancey to perform an eclectic set of music composed by Gene Pritsker. Premieres include 'The Dress In The Wind II' on a poem by Erik T. Johnson, 'Element 115' on a poem co-written by Robert C. Ford and Erik T. Johnson, a rock version of Mozart's duo aria 'La Ci Darem La Mano' and other chamber/fusion/hip-hop compositions. With opera vocalists Charles Coleman and Adriana Valdes, poets Robert C. Ford and Erik T. Johnson. Also, Gene Pritsker and Greg Baker - Guitars, Franz Hackl - trumpet, José Moura - bass and Damien Bassman - drums.

Music by Patricia Morehead
Dates: September 25
Auditorium: Virtual
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  Virtual
  Virtual, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Saturday, September 25 10:00 AM virtual concert (streaming on repeat until midnight) Free This program features music composed by Patricia Morehead from 1983 to the present. Performed by Alex Klein, oboe, bass oboe, and Baroque oboe; Jamie Thompson, flute; mezzo-sopranos Gena van Oosten and Beste Kalender; piano and harpsichord Philip Morehead; the SHHH! Ensemble for piano and marimba, and Night Sky for string quartet commissioned by the North Bay Symphony Orchestra.

NON:op Open Opera Works
Dates: September 25
Auditorium: SITE/less
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  1250 W Augusta Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Saturday, September 25 8:00 PM at SITE/less (1250 W Augusta Blvd) $20 general Words : Music : Action Who determines who is "in", who is "out" and who is "other"? What are the boundaries for inclusion and the terms to power? Who sets these boundaries and on whose terms? ON THE CUSP interrogates these and other boundaries. Liminal works of the past century—Samuel Beckett’s Cascando, Sam Shepard’s Tongues, Tristan Tzara’s The Gas Heart, Gertrude Stein’s A Circular Play—are performed by artists with and without disabilities. Poised between theatre, music, and movement; between story, song, and act; between mundane, alien, and ecstatic—these works open onto worlds of difference. A ladder beckons … a narrative fractures … a voice is silenced …

The Lucky Trikes: Music Storytime & Little Free Library Ribbon cutting (outdoor concert)
Dates: September 25
Auditorium: Douglass Park
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  1401 S Sacramento Drive
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Saturday, September 25 11:00 AM at Douglass Park (1401 S Sacramento Drive) Free The Lucky Trikes is thrilled to perform with some good buddies at a ribbon cutting and celebration of a new Little Free Library near Cook County Jail. The band improvises as part of a lively story time with picture books, and plays some tunes from the group's second album, Listen! Listen! Listen!, released in 2021. Donations of new or like new children's books are encouraged.

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (USA) – Schubert’s “Tragic” Symphony and violinist Francisco Fullana
Dates: Sept. 25 and Sept. 26
Sponsor: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (USA)
Auditorium: Newmark Theatre
  1111 SW Broadway
  Portland, OR United States
Phone: (360) 735-7278
Web: http://app.arts-people.com/index.php?show=124885

Join the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (USA), either virtually or in person, for its opening concert of the 2021-2022 season, performing works by Beethoven, Saint-Saëns and Schubert. Beethoven’s Coriolan Overture opens the program, followed by Spanish violinist Francisco Fullana performing Saint-Saëns’s masterpiece, Violin Concerto No. 3. The concert also features Schubert’s posthumously premiered Symphony No. 4 “Tragic,” a surprising and sublime work written when he was just 19 years old. This concert is available to watch on Saturday, September 25 at 7 PM PDT and Sunday, September 26 at 3 PM PDT. Tickets to this performance at the Newmark Theatre in Portland, Oregon, are available on Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s website, vancouversymphony.org. Discounted student tickets are also available. Every ticket can be used for in-person attendance or to watch live online through the Virtual Concert Hall on the VSO website.

Sep 26, 2021
BSO Presents Bruch and Sibelius
Dates: Sun., September 26, 2021
Sponsor: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Auditorium: Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Contact: PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org
  1212 Cathedral Street
  Baltimore, MD United States
Phone: 410-783-8000
e-mail: PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org
Web: http://www.BSOmusic.org

Finnish conductor Dalia Stasevska makes her BSO debut on the opening weekend of the season. Composer Andrea Tarrodi, whose music is praised by the BBC Music Magazine as having “…a refined musical complexity and a powerful emotional core," opens the program with Wildwood. Bruch’s first violin concerto is performed by young rising star Randall Goosby. Stasevska conducts her countryman's Second Symphony, which Sibelius himself professed was a "confession of the soul.” This event repeats on Sat., Sep. 25, 2021 at 8:00 PM at The Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda. Single tickets go on sale August 3, 2021. Please note all performances may have a limited capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions. Capacity will vary by venue. Masking and social distancing are subject to change based on the latest public health and government guidelines and may vary by venue. For more information, visit www.BSOmusic.org or contact PatronSupport@BSOmusic.org or 1-877-276-1444.

C&V SCENE AND HEARD 2021
Dates: Sep 26, 2021
Auditorium: Fort Greene Park
Contact: the American Opera Project
  Tent next to the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn, NY
  Brooklyn, NY United States
Phone: 718-398-4024
e-mail: info@aopopera.org
Web: http://www.aopopera.org/cvscenes21

On Sunday, September 26th at 3pm EDT in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, The American Opera Project (AOP) will present C&V SCENE AND HEARD, a live outdoor showcase of opera scenes from five emerging composers who created the works during their fellowships in AOP’s opera writing program Composers & the Voice (C&V). General admission tickets are available via Eventbrite for $25. And send people here: https://www.aopopera.org/cvscenes21

Composer/Performers: Liza Sobel (soprano) and Jonathan Hannau (piano)
Dates: September 26
Auditorium: Constellation Chicago
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  3111 N Western Ave
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Sunday, September 26 8:30 PM at Constellation (3111 N Western Ave) $15 general, donation-based livestream Joining forces for the first time in concert, Liza Sobel and Jonathan Hannau have curated a program of music focused around the haunting song cycle George Crumb’s Apparition in celebration of his 90th birthday. In addition, they will perform selections from the original American experimental composer, Charles Ives. Both Jonathan and Liza will include their own original songs and additional Chicago composers. They will perform a new arrangement of Jonathan's Silhouettes, based on early poems by William Carlos Williams, and an excerpt performance of Liza’s chamber opera, I Did, Did I?.

Eternal Units of Beauty for string quintet (composer Renée Baker)
Dates: September 26
Auditorium: Phantom Gallery
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  440 E 47th Street
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Sunday, September 26 3:00 PM at Phantom Gallery (440 E 47th Street) Free A living sound cathedral comprised of 14 architectural and tactile episodes performed by members of Chicago Modern Orchestra Project. Composed by Renée Baker.

Sep 27, 2021
Classical:NEXT
Dates: Sept 27 to 30
Auditorium: de Doelen Concert and Congress Centre
Contact: next@classicalnext.com
  Kruisplein 30/40, 3012 CC Rotterdam
  Rotterdam, Netherlands
Phone: 0049 30 318 614 47
e-mail: next@classicalnext.com
Web: http://www.classicalnext.com/

Classical:NEXT is the global networking and exchange hub dedicated exclusively to classical and art music, for all professionals – artists, managers, presenters, orchestras, labels, educators, press, media, publishers and more. Classical:NEXT consists of an interactive conference, project pitches, showcase concerts, expo, innovation award and networking. By taking part in Classical:NEXT, you join over 1,000 professionals from more than 45 countries worldwide.

Delmark Records presents...the music of Julia A. Miller & Elbio Barilari, with KAIA String Quartet & Trevor Watkin
Dates: September 27
Auditorium: Delmark Records
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  4121 N Rockwell
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Monday, September 27 7:00 PM at Delmark Records (4121 N Rockwell) $10 in person or livestream Delmark Riverside Studio/Delmark Gallery will present a streaming concert (with small in-person audience) of the music of Julia A. Miller & Elbio Barilari. KAIA string quartet will perform 4twenty for quartet & 4-channel recording (Miller) and Tango Suite (Barilari). Trevor Patrick Watkin will perform Princes for solo flute (Miller) from Delmark's digital release of Miller's chamber music, celebrating the release of that album.

Sep 28, 2021
American Composers Orchestra: Welcome Back Family and Friends Chamber Concert
Dates: September 28, 2021
Auditorium: DiMenna Center for Classical Music
  450 W. 37th St.
  New York NY, United States
Web: http://americancomposers.org/events/family-and-friends/

American Composers Orchestra (ACO) opens its 2021-2022 season, under the leadership of Artistic Director Derek Bermel and President Melissa Ngan, on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 7pm with a Welcome Back Family and Friends Chamber Concert at DiMenna Center for Classical Music. The program features:STEVEN GERBER: Five Greek Folksongs (after Ravel) AUGUSTA GROSS: Towards Night (New York Premiere) ALVIN SINGLETON: Argoru VIII KAREN LEFRAK: Daybreak; When (New York Premiere) MELINDA WAGNER: Unsung Chordata EDWARD THOMAS: Reflections JONATHAN BAILEY HOLLAND: Mobius (New York Premiere) ROBERT BEASER: Selections from Souvenirs ACO musicians for this performance include violinist Karen Kim, cellist Eugene Moye, pianist Christopher Oldfather, flutist Laura Conwesser, clarinetist Liam Burke, and percussionist Javier Diaz. All audience members will be required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 and must maintain appropriate face coverings in accordance with current CDC guidelines.

Singing Bronze
Dates: September 28
Auditorium: Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5850 S Woodlawn Ave
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Tuesday, September 28 5:00-6:00 PM at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel (5850 S Woodlawn Ave) Free Program Augusta Thomas, Ripple Effects (2018) Darelene Castro Ortiz, un violento chiaroscuro barroco (2021, world premiere) Charles Wuorinen, The Bells (1966) Ashkan Behzadi, Blue Harebell (2021, world premiere) Joey Brink, dance beneath the moon (2019, Chicago premiere) Hunter Brown, SLOWMUSIC (2021, world premiere)

Sep 29, 2021
Choreography/Music Collaboration
Dates: Wednesday, September 29
Sponsor: Ear Taxi Festival
Auditorium: Depaul Art Museum
Contact: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
  935 W Fullerton Ave
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/professional-development

Wednesday, September 29 1:45-2:45 PM at DePaul Art Museum (935 W Fullerton Ave) Free Program This panel welcomes inventive and accomplished artists of Chicago’s contemporary dance community who have collaborated with musicians in their roles as choreographers, dancers, and organization leaders. Together, we’ll discuss the variety of forms this collaborative work can take, reflect on what established practices of either discipline are challenged through collaboration, and explore ways to strengthen the bridges between Chicago’s music and dance communities. Panelists: Jessica Tong (Hubbard Street Dance Chicago) and Julia Rae Antonick (Khecari). Moderator: Peter Ferry.

Cultivating Creative Communities
Dates: Wednesday, September 29
Sponsor: Ear Taxi Festival
Auditorium: Depaul Art Museum
Contact: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
  935 W Fullerton Ave
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/professional-development

Wednesday, September 29 3:00-4:00 PM at DePaul Art Museum (935 W Fullerton Ave) Free Program For the last 16 years, Fifth House Ensemble has placed the collaborative spirit at the center of its mission and work, which spans adventurous cross-media performances, arts-integrated educational programs in schools and social service settings, civic practice projects with non-arts-focused community partners, and emerging artist training. Drawing on stories from the ensemble’s early days to the present, Founder Melissa Ngan shares the ensemble’s path of listening, learning, and co-creation.

Forging a New Path
Dates: Wednesday, September 29
Sponsor: Ear Taxi Festival
Auditorium: DePaul Art Museum
Contact: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
  935 W Fullerton Ave
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/professional-development

Wednesday, September 29 12:15-1:15 PM at DePaul Art Museum (935 W Fullerton Ave) Free Program In the words of former Chicago Tribune classical music critic Jon von Rhein, Access Contemporary Music is “utopian vision of contemporary music for everyone.” From the beginning ACM’s mission was to bring new music to new audiences, break dependency on academia, foster the creation of music at all levels and create earned revenue programs that reduce dependency on grant cycles and funding trends. Today ACM employs twenty-five people, produces events in multiple cities and has an annual budget of $80,000. ACM founder Seth Boustead will detail the journey from startup to present with a talk sure to inspire budding arts entrepreneurs at all levels.

Grant Writing and a Dream for Future Philanthropy
Dates: Wednesday, September 29
Sponsor: Ear Taxi Festival
Auditorium: DePaul Art Museum
Contact: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
  935 W Fullerton Ave
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/professional-development

Wednesday, September 29 11:00 AM-12:00 PM at DePaul Art Museum (935 W Fullerton Ave) Free Program This workshop is a space for encouragement, advice, and perspective on the process of proposal writing. It is also an opportunity to understand and discuss the nature of contemporary philanthropy and collectively envision a utopian future in the culture industry. Attendees will walk away from the workshop with some useful writing, editing, budgeting, and research skills as well as a broader perspective on the role grants play in upholding White supremacy, capitalism, and other systems of oppression. Together we will discuss existing alternative approaches to philanthropy and spend time together envisioning a utopian future for wealth and art.

Lakeshore Rush
Dates: September 29
Auditorium: Virtual
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  Virtual
  Virtual, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/spotlight-concerts

Wednesday, September 29 6:00 PM online from Garfield Park Conservatory Free livestream Sunlit is a musical exploration of humanity's relationship with nature, performed at the Garfield Park Conservatory, one of the largest and most stunning botanical conservatories in the nation. Musical selections explore the ever-present influence of the sun and its cycles, the seasons, animal life, and our inescapable need to take an active role in preserving nature.

What are the components of a thriving ecosystem for new music?
Dates: Wednesday, September 29
Sponsor: Ear Taxi Festival
Auditorium: DePaul Art Museum
Contact: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
  935 W Fullerton Ave
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/professional-development

Wednesday, September 29 4:30-6:00 PM at DePaul Art Museum (935 W Fullerton Ave) Free Program Hear representatives of Chicago’s arts community discuss what it takes to co-create a music city which can elevate and connect all voices. How can presenters, artists, and funders work across genres, communities, neighborhoods and generations to increase opportunities for all? How can we break down barriers between “institutions” and the city’s independent scenes? These are just a few of the questions we’ll explore as we consider strategies for an inclusive music future. Panelists: David Skidmore (Third Coast Percussion), Olivia Junell (Expermental Sound Studio), Renee Baker (composer/artist), and Erin R. Harkey (City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events). Moderator: Vanessa Reed (President and CEO, New Music USA). Presented in collaboration with New Music USA

Sep 30, 2021
Blue Violet Duo
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Arts
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 4:15-4:30 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Amos Gillespie: Spin-off

Chicago Arts and Music Project/DePaul Concert Orchestra
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Arts
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 5:00-5:30 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Following a weeklong residency with members of the DePaul Concert Orchestra, Chicago Arts and Music Project (CAMP) and DePaul University students present an entirely new composition as part of the 2021 Ear Taxi Festival. In preparation for the performance, CAMP students have traveled to the DePaul School of Music and participated in side-by-side and sectional rehearsals with college orchestra students, team-building exercises, and activities encouraging students to improvise and create wholly new musical ideas. The culminating work includes participatory elements to engage the audience in the music-making process.

Clare Longendyke, piano
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Art
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 12:45-1:15 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Florence Price: Fantasie Nègre No. 4 in B minor Shulamit Ran: Hyperbolae Alison Yun-Fei Jiang: Isles Irving Berlin/Augusta Read Thomas: Love Twitters

Denishawn: Dances by Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn
Dates: 09/30/21
Sponsor: Audrey Ross
Auditorium: Theatre at St. Jeans
Contact: audreyrosspub@aol.com
  150 East 76th St.
  New York City, NY United States
Phone: 19292223973
e-mail: audreyrosspub@aol.com
Web: http://audreyrosspublicity.com

Pianist Jonathan Howard Katz will accompany DENISHAWN: Dances by Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn. The rarely seen works will be performed by a stellar cast: Arthur Aviles, PeiJu Chien-Pott, Christine Dakin, Antonio Fini, Nina Jirka, Valentina Kozlova, Bradley Shelver, trio from the Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble, dancers from the Limon Institute. Tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com

Dissolving Paradigms: Aspiring Towards a Free and Inclusive Flow of Ideas, Influences, and Innovation in the Arts
Dates: Thursday, September 30
Sponsor: Ear Taxi Festival
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Art
Contact: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/professional-development

Thursday, September 30 6:00-7:30 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Ear Taxi Festival 2021’s mission HEAR CHICAGO is an invitation to challenge, collaborate, and change together as artists and listeners. Join us as industry leaders discuss breaking down the silos of genres, traditions, and cultural barriers to bring greater voice for all and equity through the arts. Moderator: LaRob K. Rafael, Ear Taxi Festival Director of Community Engagement Panelists: Angel Bat Dawid, Adam Zanolini (Executive Director of Elastic Arts, Multi-instrumentalist, Ethnomusicologist, and Arts Organizer), and Aja Burrell Wood (Managing Director, Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice and Trustee of New Music USA).

Fonema Consort
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Art
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 1:45-2:30 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Kelley Sheehan: Eyes On Matthew Arrellin: Umbra II

KAIA String Quartet
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Arts
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 8:45-9:30 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Shulamit Ran: String Quartet No. 3, “Glitter, Doom, Shards, Memory” Gustavo Leone: String Quartet No. 3

Lisa Goethe-McGinn, flutist and composer
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Art
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 2:30-3:15 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Kyong Mee Choi: Slight Uncertainty is Very Attractive Lisa Goethe-McGinn: To Each Her Own… Regina Harris Baiocchi: Autumn Night Janice Misurell-Mitchell: Sometimes the City is Silent Augusta Read Thomas: Angel Shadows

Michael Hall, Michael Delfin, and Megan Ihnen Trio
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Arts
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5628 W Washington Blvd)
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 8:00-8:45 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Stacy Garrop: Krakatoa Eric Malmquist: Song of the Rattling Pipes Evan Williams: The Devil in The Belfry Osnat Netzer: Contrapose

Picosa
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Art
Contact: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 12:00-12:45 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Raven Chacon: Bilagáana ádin (Dead White Men) Xavier Beteta: Fragments of a Distant Dream Jonathon Kirk: Meteore D’Inverno (Winter Meteors) Shulamit Ran: Mirage

Quince Ensemble
Dates: September 30
Auditorium: Kehrein Center for the Art
Contact: Ear Taxi Festival
  5628 W Washington Blvd
  Chicago, IL United States
e-mail: eartaxifestival@newmusicchicago.org
Web: http://www.eartaxifestival.com/mainstage

Thursday, September 30 3:45-4:15 PM at Kehrein Center for the Arts (5628 W Washington Blvd) Free Program Meara O'Reilly: Hockets I-II David Reminick: Shoshana LJ White: Space LJ White: Labor Day Meara O'Reilly: Hockets III-IV Adrián Montúfar: Touch Kari Watson: Intonations I (world premiere) Bethany Younge: Her Disappearance



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