Performances

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Saturday, December 2. . . 7:30 PM

 


Reginald Robinson:
Pianist, Composer, Historian, MacArthur Genius 



Chicago-based pianist Reginald Robinson recently appeared at the MO this spring with New Orleans-based clarinetist Evan Christopher.

This December he returns to the MO to perform a solo program in celebration of his recently-released "Music of Reginald R. Robinson, Live in Concert" on which the River Raisin Ragtime Review performs Robinson's compositions as arranged for orchestra by William Hayes.

Join us in our Madison Room for an intimate evening with this extraordinary, contemporary master of the ragtime piano genre.

 

 

Tickets:

Advance tickets are available now via Brown Paper Tickets.

Cash, checks, and credit cards accepted at the door.

General Admission -- $15

Non-Students (with photo ID) -- $10

MO Students -- FREE

Info:
Phone 847-866-6260 or email 

 

Saturday, January 20, 2018. . . 7:00 PM



Schubertiade at The MO:

An Event to Celebrate the Music of Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828)

 

Artistic Director Rick Ferguson will be joined by MO faculty members Amanda Runge,faculty members Amanda Runge, mezzo soprano, and Veronica Nettles, cello, along with special guest Rachel Brown, violin, in a program of Schubert's solo piano, songs and chamber music.

- Piano Sonata in A Minor Op. 143

- Selected Songs

- Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano in B-Flat Major Op. 99


A wonderful evening of music -- and chocolate -- in our own Music on Madison salon!

Amanda Runge, mezzo soprano

Veronica Nettles, cello

Rachel Brown, violin

Rick Ferguson, piano

   

 

Tickets:

Advance tickets are available via Brown Paper Tickets.

Cash, checks, and credit cards accepted at the door.

General Admission -- $15

Non-Students (with photo ID) -- $10

MO Students -- FREE

 

 

Info:
Phone 847-866-6260 or email 



 

 

COMING IN JANUARY...

Ryan Ingebritsen
Sam Scranton




Details announced soon.



Saturday, March 9... 7:30 PM

Ursa Ensemble



The Chicago-based Ursa Ensemble’s mission is to present unexpected and engaging chamber music concerts that are designed to improve the audience listening experience, energize local arts communities and cultivate new audiences.

 

Ursa is planning a program featuring Stravinsky's Soldier Tale Suite for violin clarinet and piano, Beethoven's eyeglasses duet, and a work commissioned from Jordan Jenkins.