January 2 – January 6, 2023

January 6, 2023, 12:00 pm

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Jennie Oh Brown (Photo: Marc Perlish)

Mon, 1/2 — Daniel SchlosbergPhoto source: https://www.danielschlosberg.com/contact

Pianist Daniel Schlosberg leads a kaleidoscopic musical life. He has appeared with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as soloist and in numerous chamber music concerts. He has a passion for contemporary music, collaborating frequently with Eighth Blackbird and Third Coast Percussion. Schlosberg has been teaching at the University of Notre Dame since 2005.


Tombeau de Monsieur de Charbonnières by Jean-Henri D’Anglebert

Tues, 1/3 — Jennie Oh Brown

A renowned flutist, Jennie Oh Brown is an energizing and creative force in the field of music. She is an active performer throughout Chicago in solo, chamber, contemporary, and orchestral settings.


Amazing Grace, arranged by Misook Kim

Wed, 1/4 — Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series: Susan Kang and Beilin HanPhoto source: https://classicalmusicchicago.org/ourprograms/damemyrahessmemorialconcerts/#

Susan Kang is the newly appointed Principal Flute of the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra. She has served as Principal Flute of the Houston Ballet Orchestra since 2018. Pianist Beilin Han was born in Shanghai, China. She is a collaborative pianist at Northwestern University, DePaul School of Music, and the Chicago Stradivari Society.

Music by William Grant Still, Clara Schumann, and Guillaume Connesson

Thurs, 1/5 — Stacy Garrop

Stacy Garrop’s music is centered on dramatic and lyrical storytelling. She shares stories by taking audiences on sonic journeys – some simple and beautiful, while others are complicated and dark – depending on the needs and dramatic shape of the story. Garrop is a full-time freelance composer living in the Chicago area.


Helios by Stacy Garrop

Fri, 1/6 — Impromptu: Calidore String Quartet

Gramophone Magazine called the Calidore String Quartet “a miracle of unified thought.” This vibrant, young ensemble won the 2016 Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship, the first North Americans to be so honored. The ensemble continues to earn high praise, including a place on the prestigious roster of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Two.