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Civic Fellows Chamber Music Concert
Civic Fellows Chamber Music Concert

Notation gives way to improvisation in this exploration of new music curated and performed by Fellows of the Civic Orchestra. The aesthetically diverse program spacializes Buntrock Hall to immerse both audience and performers in an evening that examines how music is written, what constitutes a score, and how musical decisions are made.

This concert was made in collaboration with the International Contemporary Ensemble's ICEcommons platform.

Event details


Monday, February 17, 2020 7:00 PM


Buntrock Hall


Program to include:
Brown Figure to Ground (2016)
Choi Reform (2012)
Diaz Untitled (2019) [world premiere]
Thomas Cobalt Aviary | Still Pond (2020)
Z Twenty Answers (2008)
Zare (Re)Inventions (2016)

Civic Orchestra Fellows

Read more at CSO Sounds & Stories

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.

Judy and Scott McCue are generous sponsors of the 2019/20 Civic Orchestra Chamber Music Series. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association is grateful for Life Trustee Judy McCue’s leadership as inaugural chair of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and Negaunee Music Institute boards, as it celebrates the centennial of the Civic and CSO concerts for young people.


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