Civic Chamber Concert: Perspectives on Flow
Dec 12, 2021
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Civic Chamber concert in Buntrock

Overview

From Kevin Day’s The Mind Is Like Water to Missy Mazzoli’s The Sound of the Light, the composers on this program are reflecting on things that flow — sometimes explosively, as in Kenji Bunch’s Boiling Point or Stephen Feigenbaum’s Krakatoa, and sometimes metaphorically, as in the Mazzoli work or in Jessie Montgomery’s Duo for Violin and Cello, which takes friendship as its inspiration. Emerging from a time when the flow of life has been disrupted, the Civic Fellows consider what it means for things to flow freely — and also what it means for them to stop. The evening concludes with Luis Fernando Amaya’s chilling Red Ink, Black Ink, which pushes us to conceive of an entire cultural exchange that has been disrupted.

This performance takes place in Buntrock Hall at Symphony Center.

Schedule
Sunday, December 12, 2021
7:00 PM
Program
Bunch

Boiling Point

Montgomery

Duo for Violin and Cello

Mazzoli

The Sound of the Light

Day

The Mind is Like Water

Feigenbaum

Krakatoa

Amaya

Tinta Roja, Tinta Negra (Red Ink, Black Ink)

Performers


The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association has joined a growing coalition of performing arts organizations across the Chicago area in adopting safety protocols to ensure your visit to Symphony Center is safe and sound.

These protocols include providing proof of vaccination or a negative test upon entry and wearing face masks. Guidelines will be reviewed regularly to follow the latest public health recommendations. Visit cso.org/safeandsound for the most recent information. Ticket holders will receive specific instructions for entry in advance of the performance.

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