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Jim Lutes: A Survey

January 04 – February 15, 2009

 
 
Sun, Jan 4, 20094:00 pm

Opening Reception and Discussion


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
There will be a talk with the artist from 5 - 6 pm.
 
Sun, Jan 11, 20092:00 pm

Roundtable

Chicago Artist? Is there such a thing anymore?

Location: Kent Hall, University of Chicago
Admission: free
 
As this question warrants, this roundtable will feature an all-star cast including Elizabeth Chodos, Director of threewalls; Paul Klein, critic; Chuck Thurow, Director of The Hyde Park Art Center; Philip Von Zweck, artist; and Lynne Warren, Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, moderated by Hamza Walker.
 
Tue, Jan 20, 20098:00 pm

Concert

Kaija Saariaho: A Portrait
Ensemble Dal Niente

Location: Fulton Recital Hall, in Goodspeed Hall, University of Chicago, 5845 S. Ellis
Admission: free
 
There will be a pre-concert conversation between Kaija Saariaho and Marta Ptaszynska at 7:00 pm

Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho is one of the world's leading composers, having received numerous commissions and awards from around the world. Saariaho has composed works of every scale from solo pieces to large-scale orchestral works, concertos and works for multimedia and the stage. Marked by a spectral sensibility and a palette that extends towards the fringes of musical sound, her work is noted for its transitions from dark to light, rough to smooth, noise to sound and from nebulous to dense textures. Performed by one of Chicago's finest, young new music ensembles, the concert will feature chamber works from throughout the course of her career.
 

   
   
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