Performances



Performances

 Performers: to inquire about being on the Music on Madison series, click here

Friday, February 3

7:30 PM
 



Presents

Ursa Ensemble

RACHEL BROWN, violin, artistic director
NICHOLAS JEFFREY, viola

VERONICA NETTLES, cello
JONATHAN HANNAU, piano

JOE SÁNCHEZ, clarinet


 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ursa Ensemble is excited to return to Music on Madison with a reprise of their first program of this season!
This program explores the relationship-fueled repertoire of Clara and Robert Schumann, while also
presenting Webern's music-the-Schumanns-could-never-have-dreamed-of!

Ursa Ensemble is a Chicago based Chamber group that seeks to present uncommon music to our audiences
in unique ways, in unconventional places, and with individual interpretations. The Ursa ensemble is currently
in its third official season, and has performed at a variety of locations across the Midwest, including
Constellation Chicago, Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park, DePaul University School of Music, Southern
Illinois University Edwardsville, the DANK Haus, Tavern of Fine Arts, The Musical Offering, PianoForte Studios,
Narloch Piano Studio, and the Ravenswood Fellowship United Methodist Church. 

 

 
     
Tickets:

$15 Adults
$10 for Non-MO students (age 8 and up) with valid Student ID
Free Admission for MO students

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

Tickets will be available in advance via Brown Paper Tickets or that evening at the door.

 
     

 

Info:

 

Phone 847-866-6260 or email

 

 
     

 

SAVE THE DATES FOR THESE UPCOMING CONCERTS:

Friday, February 24, 7:30 PM

SAVE THE DATE
A special RAVE concert fundraiser. Details announced soon.

 

Friday, March 17, 7:30 PM

Works by Michael Pisaro
Isaac Stevenson, electronics, percussion, piano, and electric guitar

Saturday, March 18, 7:30 PM

Bach Festival Concert: Gamba Sonata #3 in G Minor
Caroline Pittman, flute; Veronica Nettles, cello; Rick Ferguson, piano
 

April 29, 7:30 PM
Onslow Sonatas for Viola and Piano
Dr. Juliet White-Smith, viola; and Rick Ferguson, piano