Negaunee Music Institute Showcase

Jun 12, 2023

Overview

The third annual Showcase features extraordinary artists affiliated with the Negaunee Music Institute, including musicians from the CSO, Civic Orchestra, Percussion Scholarship Program, Chicago Musical Pathways Initiative, Young Artists Competition and more. This event also celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Civic Fellowship program with alumni performances of world premieres by Tyshawn Sorey and Zachary Good.

Tickets are free, reservations are required.

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View photos from this concert here.

Program
Dukas

Fanfare from La Péri

Amandi

Ritmo Bagatello

Zivkovic

Trio per Uno, Op. 27

Godard

Legende Pastorale

Ysaÿe

Violin Sonata in D Minor, Op. 27, No. 3 (Ballade)

Sorey

For Peter Sellars [World Premiere, Civic Orchestra Commission]

Schoenfield

Café Music

Good

Umbral Dust [World Premiere, Civic Orchestra Commission]

Green, Olivares & Turman

Triumphant Peace

Fink

Civic 100

Performers
Musicians from the Civic Orchestra of Chicago
Alumni of the Civic Fellowship Program
Oboe, Chicago Musical Pathways Fellow
Violin, Winner of the 2023 Crain-Maling CSO Young Artists Competition
Zachary Good
Clarinet, Civic Fellowship Alum
Sponsors

The 2022/23 Civic Orchestra season is generously sponsored by The Julian Family Foundation, which also provides major funding for the Civic Fellowship program.

The commission of Tyshawn Sorey’s new work was made possible by a generous grant from the Robert and Isabelle Bass Foundation.

The commission of Zachary Good’s new work was made possible by a generous sponsorship from John D. and Leslie Henner Burns.


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