March 4 – March 8, 2024

March 8, 2024, 12:00 pm

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tenThing (Photo: Anna Julia Granberg)

Mon, 3/4 — Christopher LaughlinChristopher Laughlin stares pensively, holding a guitar

Guitarist Christopher Laughlin has performed extensively across North America and around the world. He teaches at Loyola University Chicago and at the Christopher Laughlin School of Music in Northbrook.


Guitar Sonata No. 3 by Manuel Ponce

Tues, 3/5 — Bella VoceBella Voce with artistic director Andrew Lewis

Since its founding in 1983 under the name His Majestie’s Clerkes, Bella Voce has delivered unique, disciplined choral performances to live audiences in the Chicago area, earning recognition as a leading ensemble within early music and historical performance practices.


O sacrum convivium by Gabriel Jackson

Wed, 3/6 — Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series: Annie Jacobs-Perkins and Kyle OrthCellist Annie Jacobs-Perkins and Pianist Kyle Orth

Cellist Annie Jacobs-Perkins has been praised for performances “causing listeners to forget where they were for a moment” (Alex Ross, The New Yorker). She is principal cellist of the Boston-based orchestra Phoenix. American pianist Kyle Orth possesses unusual virtuosity and artistic sensitivity. He has distinguished himself globally as a captivating soloist and chamber musician.

Music of Robert Schumann, Sergei Prokofiev, and Nadia Boulanger

Thurs, 3/7 — tenThing

Formed in 2007 by Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth as a fun and exciting collaboration between musical friends, the ten-piece, all-female brass ensemble tenThing have firmly established themselves on the international scene to great acclaim.


Carmen Suite by Georges Bizet

Fri, 3/8 — Benjamin GrosvenorBlack and white photo of Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor.

British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor is internationally recognized for his sonorous lyricism and understated brilliance at the keyboard. His virtuosic interpretations are underpinned by a unique balance of technical mastery and intense musicality. Grosvenor is regarded as one of the most important pianists to emerge in several decades.

Scherzo No. 3, Op. 39 by Frédéric Chopin