GRAD TRIP TO THE ORCHESTRA: Music of the Baroque

Monday, February 27
Meet at 6:00 PM at International House (1414 E 59th S)

Join other graduate students to witness Music of the Baroque’s professional chorus and orchestra as one of the region’s top classical groups of eighteenth-century works. Music of the Baroque: London Calling is an orchestral music written for or inspired by London with Nicholas Kraemer as a conductor.

Opera News calls Music of the Baroque “one of Chicago’s musical glories” and the Chicago Sun-Times writes, “Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra may be the big guys on the local classical music scene, but in terms of sheer quality of performance…Music of the Baroque inhabits the same stratosphere.”

Music of the Baroque draws audiences from across the Chicago metropolitan area, performing regularly at the Harris Theater in Millennium Park in downtown Chicago and the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie, as well as at intimate Chicago and suburban churches.

Through its “Strong Voices” program, Music of the Baroque conducts arts education to support and enhance music education programs at Chicago public high schools.

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We will meet at 6:00 PM at International House (1414 E 59th S) and take the Metra to the Harris Theater.

This event is free and exclusively for graduate students 21+ with a valid UCID. Registration is required.

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