Category Archives: Concerts

CCC meets the CCO – our 25th Anniversary Celebration, April 26

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Help celebrate the Consortium’s 25th anniversary season!

CCO, Matthew Kasper, conductor
Special guests Mary Stolper, flute and
Julia Bentley, mezzo-soprano

Sunday, April 26 at 3:00
Ebeneezer Lutheran Church,
1650 W. Foster Ave., Chicago

The Chicago Composers’ Consortium is teaming up with the Chicago Composers Orchestra on Sunday April 26 to present a concert of Chicago and world premieres!
Five outstanding new works
Come and join us for the celebration. Hear these outstanding and memorable new works, then afterward enjoy some refreshments, and talk with the composers.

 

Works by Horst, Schwendinger, Edwards, Start, and Ginther

Tickets $15 general / $5 students & seniors

Tickets will also be available at the door

 

baritone Brad Jungwirth, soprano Henriët Fourie and instrumental works

Chicago Composers’ Consortium
Thursday, February 26 7:30 PM
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1218 W Addison St., Chicago
Neighborhood Parking permit available with the purchase of a ticket

$15/$5 students and seniors
Featuring baritone Brad Jungwirth singing four world premiere works by Lawrence Axelrod, Kyong Mee Choi, Timothy Ernest Johnson and Elizabeth Start and soprano Henriët Fournie singing a work by Kathleen Ginther, plus instrumental works by Martha Horst and Julia Miller.

The Chicago Composers’ Consortium presents an intimate evening of vocal and instrumental works. The concert features baritone Brad Jungwirth singing premieres by Lawrence Axelrod, Kyong Mee Choi, Timothy Ernest Johnson and Elizabeth Start in French, English and Portuguese! Soprano Henriët Fourie will sing a work based on poems of Apollinaire by Kathleen Ginther. The concert will also feature instrumental works by Martha Horst and Julia Miller.

Tickets are $15, $5 for students and seniors and may be purchased at the door or online at Brown Paper Tickets.

Please join us for a fun evening of new music in a lovely, acoustically kind space!

function:object • October 24

The Chicago Composers’ Consortium presents

function:object • digital chamber music

an evening of works for reactive and passive digital technologies paired with acoustic instruments such as flute, piano, toy piano and guitar

Friday October 24. 8 PM

Sherman Avenue Theater
1702 Sherman Avenue
Evanston, IL 60201
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Tickets online or at the door $15/$5 students and seniors

 
including works by Kyong Mee Choi, Tim Edwards, Julia Miller, Elizabeth Start, Nic Collins, Christopher Biggs, Francisco Castillo Triguerros, Ben Sutherland and Timothy Ernest Johnson.
Performers will include Lawrence Axelrod, piano and toy piano and others.

Join us for a varied and fun evening using cutting-edge technology and new sounds.

Due East performance at ISU rescheduled for March 19, 2015

Our concert, originally scheduled for Thursday, March 20, 2014 has been rescheduled.

Due East at Illinois State University

Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 7:30 PM (Free Admission)
Kemp Recital Hall, Illinois State University, Normal, IL

DUE EAST are Erin Lesser, flutes; Greg Beyer, percussion

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Kyong Mee Choi’s Reform
Timothy Dwight Edwards’s Xcymbalum for flutes, percussion and automated processing
Martha Callison Horst’s Broken Chains
Timothy Ernest Johnson’s Fortune Smiles for flutes, percussion and electronics
Elizabeth Start’s Moving Toward Evening
as well as a piece by Alexander Lunsqui

Lawrence Axelrod and Sebastian Huydts, pianos

Six Studies in Black and White

Friday, April 18 7:30 PM
Sherwood Conservatory at Columbia College Concert Hall, 1312 S Michigan Ave.
Admission at the door: $10/ $5 students & seniors / free to Columbia College students and faculty

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Lawrence Axelrod and Sebastian Huydts, pianos

Colin McPhee  Balinese Ceremonial Music
Martha Horst  Giant Variations (Chicago premiere)
Claude Debussy  En blanc et noir
Emmanuel Chabrier  España
Henri Dutilleux  Figures de Résonances
Dinu Lipatti  Danses Roumaines

 

March 20 concert at ISU postponed until 2015

Sadly, our March 20 concert will be canceled due to illness.

It is our hope that the concert can be rescheduled for the Fall of 2014. We will keep you posted.

Julia Miller’s Dissecting Adam • March 21

Dissecting Adam, an improvised opera by Julia Miller

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I, Norton by Gino Robair

will be performed at the Music Institute of Chicago Sherman Theater in Evanston at 7:30 pm on March 21, 2014.

Sherman Theater
1202 W. Sherman
Evanston, IL
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c3 presents Lawrence Axelrod and Sebastian Huydts, pianos • April 18

Six Studies in Black and White

Friday, April 18, 2014 7:30 PM
Sherwood Conservatory at Columbia College Concert Hall, 1312 S Michigan Ave.
Admission: $10/ $5 students & seniors / free to Columbia College students and faculty

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Lawrence Axelrod and Sebastian Huydts, pianos

Colin McPhee  Balinese Ceremonial Music
Martha Horst  Giant Variations (Chicago premiere)
Claude Debussy  En blanc et noir
Emmanuel Chabrier  España
Henri Dutilleux  Figures de Résonances
Dinu Lipatti  Danses Roumaines

 

Due East at ISU details

Due East at Illinois State University  - canceled/postponed due to illness

Thursday, March 20, 2014 at 7:30 PM (Free Admission)
Kemp Recital Hall, Illinois State University, Normal, IL

Kyong Mee Choi’s Reform
Timothy Dwight Edwards’s Xcymbalum for flutes, percussion and automated processing
Martha Callison Horst’s Broken Chains
Timothy Ernest Johnson’s Fortune Smiles for flutes, percussion and electronics
Elizabeth Start’s Moving Toward Evening
as well as a piece by Alexander Lunsqui

DUE EAST are Erin Lesser, ?utes; Greg Beyer, percussion

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C3 brings Due East Metals/Pipes program to ISU

Due East is to perform the Metals/Pipes program at Illinois State University on March 20, 2014. More details soon.