July 10 – July 14, 2023

July 14, 2023, 12:00 pm

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Caitlin Edwards (Photo: Orel Chollette)

Mon, 7/10 — Adam Neiman

Pianist Adam Neiman has cultivated a breathtaking career spanning more than three decades. Possessed of an encyclopedic repertoire – nearly seventy piano concertos, dozens of diverse solo recital programs, and virtually the entire canon of standard chamber music – Neiman has been universally acclaimed as a thought-provoking, charismatic, and highly virtuosic performer.


Piano Concerto No. 6, K. 238 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Tues, 7/11 — Lakeshore RushPhoto source: https://lakeshorerush.org/events

Lakeshore Rush comprises a collection of extraordinary musicians from Chicago who are delighting audiences of all ages with riveting contemporary and classical standards and forgotten masterpieces, characterized by programmatic innovation, synergistic collaborative partnerships, and intimate performances.


Glassworks by Philip Glass

Wed, 7/12 — Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series: Amir RonAmir Ron, piano (photo by Yoel Levy)

Amir Ron regularly performs as a soloist and chamber musician in venues across Israel, Europe, and America. A Ravinia Steans Music Institute fellow for the summers of 2022 and 2023, Ron has performed numerous chamber works.

Music of Ludwig van Beethoven, Germaine Tailleferre, and Frédéric Chopin

Thurs, 7/13 — KAIA String QuartetPhoto by: Todd Rosenberg

The KAIA String Quartet is a Chicago-based ensemble that travels the world promoting the rich and colorful music of Latin America. They are celebrated for their ability to “beautifully blur the lines between jazz, classical, Latin, and world music.”


Four Seasons of Buenos Aires: Winter by Astor Piazzolla

Fri, 7/14 — Caitlin Edwards

Caitlin Edwards is a classically trained violinist, arranger, recording artist, and teacher based in Chicago. Inspired by gospel, jazz, hip-hop, and neo-soul, Edwards composes original music and intentionally performs the music of Black composers to help ensure that their works are remembered and spotlighted.


Intro; Faithful by Caitlin Edwards