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AACM's 50 Anniversary PerformanceSunday, April 26, 7:00pmMandel Hall-1131 E 57th StThis spectacular event celebrating the AACM's 50th anniversary year boasts a multi-generational gathering of 50 members from across the globe that has never before been assembled. This creative music reunion orchestra comes together over both classic compositions from some of the best known names of the AACM and new and original material created specifically for this occasion. Presented in conjunction with the DuSable Museum exhibition Free at First: The Audacious Journey of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, on view through September 6.Tickets: $100 VIP (includes a seat in the VIP section at Mandel Hall and a VIP reception after the performance) / $35 General / $15 Seniors (65 and above) / $15 Students with valid IDThis performance will run approximately 2 hours with no intermission.Presented by AACM, the DuSable Museum, and the Logan Center.TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE ONLINE BUT CAN STILL BE PURCHASED IN PERSON AT THE MANDEL HALL BOX OFFICE BEGINNING AT 6PM.
Together: A Power Stronger Than Itself
AACM's 50 Anniversary Performance
Sunday, April 26, 7:00pm
Mandel Hall-1131 E 57th St


This spectacular event celebrating the AACM's 50th anniversary year boasts a multi-generational gathering of 50 members from across the globe that has never before been assembled. This creative music reunion orchestra comes together over both classic compositions from some of the best known names of the AACM and new and original material created specifically for this occasion. Presented in conjunction with the DuSable Museum exhibition Free at First: The Audacious Journey of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, on view through September 6.

Tickets: $100 VIP (includes a seat in the VIP section at Mandel Hall and a VIP reception after the performance) / $35 General / $15 Seniors (65 and above) / $15 Students with valid ID

This performance will run approximately 2 hours with no intermission.

Presented by AACM, the DuSable Museum, and the Logan Center.

TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE ONLINE BUT CAN STILL BE PURCHASED IN PERSON AT THE MANDEL HALL BOX OFFICE BEGINNING AT 6PM.

4/26/2015 7:00 PM
April 30, May 1, 7 & 8 at 7:30pmMay 2 & 9 at 2pm and 7:30pmLogan Center, Theater WestA new musical comedy written by Tim Mason, music by Julie Nichols, directed by Billy Bungeroth. At a time when corporations and ad executives think they know us better than we know ourselves, it's good to remember who we really are.Tickets: $6 advance, $ 8 at the doorThis performance will run approximately 65 minutes with no intermission.**In the event of a SOLD OUT performance, all complimentary tickets must be claimed at least 15 minutes prior to curtain. 
This is How It Goes

April 30, May 1, 7 & 8 at 7:30pm
May 2 & 9 at 2pm and 7:30pm
Logan Center, Theater West

A new musical comedy written by Tim Mason, music by Julie Nichols, directed by Billy Bungeroth. At a time when corporations and ad executives think they know us better than we know ourselves, it's good to remember who we really are.

Tickets: $6 advance, $ 8 at the door

This performance will run approximately 65 minutes with no intermission.

**In the event of a SOLD OUT performance, all complimentary tickets must be claimed at least 15 minutes prior to curtain.

 

4/30/2015 To 5/9/2015
Friday, May 1, 2015, 7:30 pmLogan Center, Performance HallMedievalist and musician Benjamin Bagby and his six-string harp bewitch audiences in this “double tour de force of scholarly excavation and artistic dynamism “(San Francisco Chronicle), commissioned by the Utrecht Early Music Festival and Lincoln Center."Bagby mesmerized his Berkeley crowd, which included its share of medieval buffs and scholars…But while it was happening they might as well have been children sitting around a campfire, listening to ghost stories… — the theater was stone silent." – San Jose Mercury News6:30 PM lecture: Christina von NolckenProgram: Beowulf.All tickets include an additional $1 handling fee per ticket.Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
Benjamin Bagby: Beowulf
Friday, May 1, 2015, 7:30 pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall

Medievalist and musician Benjamin Bagby and his six-string harp bewitch audiences in this “double tour de force of scholarly excavation and artistic dynamism “(San Francisco Chronicle), commissioned by the Utrecht Early Music Festival and Lincoln Center.

"Bagby mesmerized his Berkeley crowd, which included its share of medieval buffs and scholars…But while it was happening they might as well have been children sitting around a campfire, listening to ghost stories… — the theater was stone silent." – San Jose Mercury News

6:30 PM lecture: Christina von Nolcken

Program:
Beowulf.

All tickets include an additional $1 handling fee per ticket.


Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
5/1/2015 7:30 PM
Friday, May 1, 8pmHutchinson Commons & McCormick LoungeFOTA invites you to kick off this year's SpringFest in artful celebration at our Launch Party! Join us for a night filled with visual exhibitions, a fashion show, live artmaking, DIY take-home crafts, and live performances. Dinner provided by Snail Thai, plus refreshments and desserts. Mingle with SpringFest artists, learn about upcoming exhibitions and events, and get psyched about the week ahead as we launch SpringFest May 1st through 8th. Tickets: $5 online, at the door and in Reynolds 5th week, 11-2pm, April 27-30.
FOTA's SpringFest Launch Party
Friday, May 1, 8pm
Hutchinson Commons & McCormick Lounge


FOTA invites you to kick off this year's SpringFest in artful celebration at our Launch Party! Join us for a night filled with visual exhibitions, a fashion show, live artmaking, DIY take-home crafts, and live performances. Dinner provided by Snail Thai, plus refreshments and desserts. Mingle with SpringFest artists, learn about upcoming exhibitions and events, and get psyched about the week ahead as we launch SpringFest May 1st through 8th.

Tickets: $5 online, at the door and in Reynolds 5th week, 11-2pm, April 27-30.
5/1/2015 8:00 PM
Fridays, April 24-May 22, 8:30pmUniversity Church5655 S University AveOff-Off Campus Presents: France France RevolutionOff-Off Campus is the second oldest student improvisational theater troupe in the country, their first Generation forming in 1986.  Now in its 29th Generation, Off-Off continues to serve up unique and weekly shows which feature sketch comedy, improvisation, and various Pre- and Afterglow performances from groups around campus.  Alumni include playwrights David Auburn and Greg Kotis, as well as innumerable writers, performers, and upstanding civilians.  See them here first. For comprehensive Off-Off Campus news and information see our website.Some adult language and scenarios, not advised for young children.Tickets: $5
Off-Off Campus
Fridays, April 24-May 22, 8:30pm
University Church
5655 S University Ave


Off-Off Campus Presents: France France Revolution

Off-Off Campus is the second oldest student improvisational theater troupe in the country, their first Generation forming in 1986.  Now in its 29th Generation, Off-Off continues to serve up unique and weekly shows which feature sketch comedy, improvisation, and various Pre- and Afterglow performances from groups around campus.  Alumni include playwrights David Auburn and Greg Kotis, as well as innumerable writers, performers, and upstanding civilians.  See them here first.
 
For comprehensive Off-Off Campus news and information see our website.

Some adult language and scenarios, not advised for young children.

Tickets: $5
5/1/2015 To 5/22/2015
Saturday, May 2Doors Open: 9amEvent: 10am-5pmLogan Center, Performance Hall"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." TEDxUChicago 2015: The Incredible Unknown will showcase speakers who dared to venture beyond the ordinary to reveal findings and discover solutions to unanswered questions. Join us.TEDxUChicago is a local, independently organized TEDx event. Visit our website at http://www.tedxuchicago.com or email us at info@tedxuchicago.com with any questions.Tickets: UChicago students & faculty: $10 / Chicago-area students & faculty: $20 / General Admission: $30TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE CURRENTLY SOLD OUT.
TEDxUChicago 2015: The Incredible Unknown
Saturday, May 2
Doors Open: 9am
Event: 10am-5pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall

"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." TEDxUChicago 2015: The Incredible Unknown will showcase speakers who dared to venture beyond the ordinary to reveal findings and discover solutions to unanswered questions. Join us.

TEDxUChicago is a local, independently organized TEDx event. Visit our website at http://www.tedxuchicago.com or email us at info@tedxuchicago.com with any questions.

Tickets: UChicago students & faculty: $10 / Chicago-area students & faculty: $20 / General Admission: $30

TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE CURRENTLY SOLD OUT.
5/2/2015 10:00 AM
Saturday, May 2, 7:30pmRockefeller Memorial Chapel5850 S Woodlawn AveWhile Bach’s inspiring B Minor Mass is sometimes performed by 200 singers or in excerpted form, this new Rockefeller performance features the 26-voice Chapel Choir—with professional semichorus The Decani and the Chapel’s choral scholars—offering the entire masterpiece. Acclaimed countertenor Reginald Mobley joins soloists Kaitlin Foley, Lindsey Adams, Matthew Dean, and Andrew Schultze, conducted by James Kallembach, and Chicago’s finest early instrumentalists form the 24-person orchestra, under concertmaster Jeri-Lou Zike.Bach himself reached across traditions to set the traditional words of the Mass, and we present this work in period style in today’s urban environment: a mass for peace, in the words of its famous Agnus Dei, presented in not one but two powerful and yet intimate resonant spaces: our own Rockefeller Chapel, and Lincoln Park’s grand and acoustically vibrant St. Josaphat.Tickets $20 online or at the door, free to all students with university ID.
Bach B Minor Mass at Rockefeller Chapel
Saturday, May 2, 7:30pm
Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
5850 S Woodlawn Ave

While Bach’s inspiring B Minor Mass is sometimes performed by 200 singers or in excerpted form, this new Rockefeller performance features the 26-voice Chapel Choir—with professional semichorus The Decani and the Chapel’s choral scholars—offering the entire masterpiece. Acclaimed countertenor Reginald Mobley joins soloists Kaitlin Foley, Lindsey Adams, Matthew Dean, and Andrew Schultze, conducted by James Kallembach, and Chicago’s finest early instrumentalists form the 24-person orchestra, under concertmaster Jeri-Lou Zike.

Bach himself reached across traditions to set the traditional words of the Mass, and we present this work in period style in today’s urban environment: a mass for peace, in the words of its famous Agnus Dei, presented in not one but two powerful and yet intimate resonant spaces: our own Rockefeller Chapel, and Lincoln Park’s grand and acoustically vibrant St. Josaphat.

Tickets $20 online or at the door, free to all students with university ID.
5/2/2015 7:30 PM
Sunday, May 3, 3:00 pmSt. Josaphat 2311 North Southport AvenueWhile Bach's inspiring B Minor Mass is sometimes performed by 200 singers or in excerpted form, this new Rockefeller performance features the 26-voice Chapel Choir—with professional semichorus The Decani and the Chapel's choral scholars—offering the entire masterpiece.  Acclaimed countertenor Reginald Mobley joins soloists Kaitlin Foley, Lindsey Adams, Matthew Dean, and Andrew Schultze, conducted by James Kallembach, and Chicago's finest early instrumentalists form the 24-person orchestra, under concertmaster Jeri-Lou Zike.Bach himself reached across traditions to set the traditional words of the Mass, and we present this work in period style in today's urban environment: a mass for peace, in the words of its famous Agnus Dei, presented in not one but two powerful yet intimate resonant spaces: our own Rockefeller Chapel, and Lincoln Park's grand and acoustically vibrant St. Josaphat.All seating is general admission.  Tickets are $20 online or at the door, and free to all students with university ID.
Bach B Minor Mass at St. Josaphat
Sunday, May 3, 3:00 pm
St. Josaphat
2311 North Southport Avenue


While Bach's inspiring B Minor Mass is sometimes performed by 200 singers or in excerpted form, this new Rockefeller performance features the 26-voice Chapel Choir—with professional semichorus The Decani and the Chapel's choral scholars—offering the entire masterpiece.  Acclaimed countertenor Reginald Mobley joins soloists Kaitlin Foley, Lindsey Adams, Matthew Dean, and Andrew Schultze, conducted by James Kallembach, and Chicago's finest early instrumentalists form the 24-person orchestra, under concertmaster Jeri-Lou Zike.

Bach himself reached across traditions to set the traditional words of the Mass, and we present this work in period style in today's urban environment: a mass for peace, in the words of its famous Agnus Dei, presented in not one but two powerful yet intimate resonant spaces: our own Rockefeller Chapel, and Lincoln Park's grand and acoustically vibrant St. Josaphat.

All seating is general admission.  Tickets are $20 online or at the door, and free to all students with university ID.
5/3/2015 3:00 PM
Tuesday, May 5, 5pmLogan Center, Performance PenthouseThe Arts, Science & Culture initiative invites you to the 2014-15 Graduate Collaboration Grantees' final presentations. As part of a new pilot partnership with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), grants were awarded to 9 UChicago and 3 SAIC graduate students, forming 5 collaborative teams. Reception to follow in the Logan Center, Room 801.Tickets: Free and open to the public but reservations are recommended.
2014-2015 Arts, Science & Culture Graduate Collaboration Grantee Presentations
Tuesday, May 5, 5pm
Logan Center, Performance Penthouse

The Arts, Science & Culture initiative invites you to the 2014-15 Graduate Collaboration Grantees' final presentations. As part of a new pilot partnership with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), grants were awarded to 9 UChicago and 3 SAIC graduate students, forming 5 collaborative teams.

Reception to follow in the Logan Center, Room 801.

Tickets: Free and open to the public but reservations are recommended.
5/5/2015 5:00 PM
**Date change - Wednesday, May 6 at 7:30 pm (not Friday, May 8)**Logan Center, Performance HallEnjoy music by some of today’s finest young composers, performed by Contempo’s resident ensembles, eighth blackbird and the Pacifica Quartet.  Programs will include dissertation works by UChicago doctoral candidates in composition.Works by Pierce Gradone, Timothy Page, and Jae-Goo LeeFree admission / No reservations requiredRESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. SEATING WILL BE GENERAL ADMISSION.Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
Contempo: Tomorrow's Music Today I
**Date change - Wednesday, May 6 at 7:30 pm (not Friday, May 8)**
Logan Center, Performance Hall

Enjoy music by some of today’s finest young composers, performed by Contempo’s resident ensembles, eighth blackbird and the Pacifica Quartet.  Programs will include dissertation works by UChicago doctoral candidates in composition.

Works by Pierce Gradone, Timothy Page, and Jae-Goo Lee

Free admission / No reservations required


RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. SEATING WILL BE GENERAL ADMISSION.


Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
5/6/2015 7:30 PM
Friday, May 8, 7:00 PMLogan Center, Screening RoomAmerican trans artist Zackary Drucker presents She Gone Rogue (2012), an Alice-in-Wonderland-inspired narrative that weaves a history of trans feminine people, practices, and revolutionaries into its tale of identity exploration.  A producer for the Golden Globe-winning series Transparent, as well as an artist working in performance, video, and photography, Drucker brings a funny, critical, disturbing and provocative new voice to American media.Tickets are free.  Reservations are recommended (Limit 2 per person).  General seating only.  Appropriate for ages 12 and up.
She Gone Rogue: An Evening with Zackary Drucker
Friday, May 8, 7:00 PM
Logan Center, Screening Room

American trans artist Zackary Drucker presents She Gone Rogue (2012), an Alice-in-Wonderland-inspired narrative that weaves a history of trans feminine people, practices, and revolutionaries into its tale of identity exploration.  A producer for the Golden Globe-winning series Transparent, as well as an artist working in performance, video, and photography, Drucker brings a funny, critical, disturbing and provocative new voice to American media.

Tickets are free.  Reservations are recommended (Limit 2 per person).  General seating only.  Appropriate for ages 12 and up.
5/8/2015 7:00 PM
Saturday, May 9, 3pmMandel HallHailed as "a company well worth watching" by the New York Times, the Brooklyn Arts Song Society (BASS) presents the talents of Michael Brofman, artistic director and pianist, with rising star singers Nils Neubert, Laura Strickling, and Elisabeth Marshall in a concert of songs celebrating their 2015 CD release. Performing a lush and romantic assortment of song cycles written specifically for the group, the concert will feature work by distringuished and emerging composers Lowell Liebermann, Glen Roven, Michael Djupstrom, Herschel Garfien, James Matheson, and James Kallembach.Tickets: $15 General / $10 Senior & Non-Uof C Student / FREE for Uof C Students with ID$20 Combo tickets available if you purchase a ticket to BASS's Sunday Song Styles concert on Sunday, May 10, 7:30pm in the Logan Center Performance Penthouse. (Discount automatically applied at checkout.)
New Voices
Saturday, May 9, 3pm
Mandel Hall

Hailed as "a company well worth watching" by the New York Times, the Brooklyn Arts Song Society (BASS) presents the talents of Michael Brofman, artistic director and pianist, with rising star singers Nils Neubert, Laura Strickling, and Elisabeth Marshall in a concert of songs celebrating their 2015 CD release. Performing a lush and romantic assortment of song cycles written specifically for the group, the concert will feature work by distringuished and emerging composers Lowell Liebermann, Glen Roven, Michael Djupstrom, Herschel Garfien, James Matheson, and James Kallembach.

Tickets: $15 General / $10 Senior & Non-Uof C Student / FREE for Uof C Students with ID

$20 Combo tickets available if you purchase a ticket to BASS's Sunday Song Styles concert on Sunday, May 10, 7:30pm in the Logan Center Performance Penthouse. (Discount automatically applied at checkout.)

5/9/2015 3:00 PM
Arts Pass ExclusiveSaturday, May 9, 7:30 pmThe Auditorium TheatreFree Transportation Provided$15 for students with UCIDEifman Ballet returns to the Auditorium Theatre to present the American premiere of a ballet by Boris Eifman.  Famous for his unique story ballets, Eifman's newest work will be set to the music of Alban Berg, Franz Schubert, and George Gershwin."Of the ballet choreographers making narrative works for major stages, Russian Romantic Boris Eifman is virtually the only one totally in touch with the 21st century," raves the Los Angeles Times.
ARTS PASS: Eifman Ballet, "Up & Down"
Arts Pass Exclusive
Saturday, May 9, 7:30 pm
The Auditorium Theatre
Free Transportation Provided
$15 for students with UCID

Eifman Ballet returns to the Auditorium Theatre to present the American premiere of a ballet by Boris Eifman.  Famous for his unique story ballets, Eifman's newest work will be set to the music of Alban Berg, Franz Schubert, and George Gershwin.

"Of the ballet choreographers making narrative works for major stages, Russian Romantic Boris Eifman is virtually the only one totally in touch with the 21st century," raves the Los Angeles Times.
5/9/2015 7:30 PM
Sunday, May 10, 7:30pmConstellation3111 N Western AveTransportation ProvidedProject Incubator, a unique creative initiative, culminates with the premiere of ten new musical works, each with the result of an extended one-on-one collaboration between stellar professional musicians and UChicago graduate composers. The creative process centered around conversation and experimentation within a laboratory-style, risk-encouraging framework. Short clips by filmmaker Frances Cedro documenting each collaboration serve as introductions for the live performances. The solo pieces are for bass-clarinet, accordion, piano and electronics, oboe, viola, bass-flute and electronics, harp and voice.Presented as part of Constellation's Frequency series for experimental and new music.6pm - Pre-Performance Talk with Composers and musicians7pm - PerformanceTickets: $5 for students with UCID only. (Limit 1 per person). You must present a valid UChicago Student ID to collect your ticket.
ARTS PASS: Amy Briggs and Iddo Aharony's "Project Incubator"
Sunday, May 10, 7:30pm
Constellation
3111 N Western Ave
Transportation Provided

Project Incubator, a unique creative initiative, culminates with the premiere of ten new musical works, each with the result of an extended one-on-one collaboration between stellar professional musicians and UChicago graduate composers. The creative process centered around conversation and experimentation within a laboratory-style, risk-encouraging framework. Short clips by filmmaker Frances Cedro documenting each collaboration serve as introductions for the live performances. The solo pieces are for bass-clarinet, accordion, piano and electronics, oboe, viola, bass-flute and electronics, harp and voice.

Presented as part of Constellation's Frequency series for experimental and new music.

6pm - Pre-Performance Talk with Composers and musicians

7pm - Performance

Tickets: $5 for students with UCID only. (Limit 1 per person). You must present a valid UChicago Student ID to collect your ticket.
5/10/2015 7:30 PM
Sunday, May 10, 7:30pmLogan Center Performance PenthouseA favorite with New York City audiences, artistic director Michael Brofman and singers Nils Neubert, Laura Strickling, and Elisabeth Marshall perform and discuss favorite songs from the traditional repertoire including Schubert adn Schumann."ambitious...a company well worth watching." - New York TimesTickets: $15 General; FREE for students with ID.This performance will run approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
Art Song Salon presented by Brooklyn Art Song Society
Sunday, May 10, 7:30pm
Logan Center Performance Penthouse

A favorite with New York City audiences, artistic director Michael Brofman and singers Nils Neubert, Laura Strickling, and Elisabeth Marshall perform and discuss favorite songs from the traditional repertoire including Schubert adn Schumann.

"ambitious...a company well worth watching." - New York Times

Tickets: $15 General; FREE for students with ID.

This performance will run approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.
5/10/2015 7:30 PM
Friday, May 15, 7:00 PMLogan Center, Performance HallThis rare screening features an hour-long assemblage of daily rushes and multiple takes from the earliest known surviving feature-length film with a Black cast, led by the preeminent comedian Bert Williams (1874-1922).  Ron Magliozzi, MoMA's Department of Film, will discuss the film's creation, disappearance, and resurrection.Original musical accompaniment by Theaster Gates and the Black Monks of Mississippi, featuring Marvin Tate.  Introduction by Jacqueline Najuma Stewart, Department of Cinema and Media Studies.Tickets are free.  Reservations are recommended.  General seating only.
Bert Williams, Rediscovered: Resurrecting a Lost Landmark in Black Film History
Friday, May 15, 7:00 PM
Logan Center, Performance Hall

This rare screening features an hour-long assemblage of daily rushes and multiple takes from the earliest known surviving feature-length film with a Black cast, led by the preeminent comedian Bert Williams (1874-1922).  Ron Magliozzi, MoMA's Department of Film, will discuss the film's creation, disappearance, and resurrection.

Original musical accompaniment by Theaster Gates and the Black Monks of Mississippi, featuring Marvin Tate.  Introduction by Jacqueline Najuma Stewart, Department of Cinema and Media Studies.

Tickets are free.  Reservations are recommended.  General seating only.
5/15/2015 7:00 PM
May 15, 2015 at 7:30 pmRoosevelt University, Ganz HallEnjoy music by some of today’s finest young composers, performed by Contempo’s resident ensembles, eighth blackbird and the Pacifica Quartet.  Programs will include dissertation works by UChicago doctoral candidates in composition.Works by Kate Pukinsis, Philip Taylor, and Iddo AharonyFree admission / No reservations requiredRESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS PERFORMANCE. SEATING WILL BE GENERAL ADMISSION.Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
Contempo: Tomorrow's Music Today II
May 15, 2015 at 7:30 pm
Roosevelt University, Ganz Hall

Enjoy music by some of today’s finest young composers, performed by Contempo’s resident ensembles, eighth blackbird and the Pacifica Quartet.  Programs will include dissertation works by UChicago doctoral candidates in composition.

Works by Kate Pukinsis, Philip Taylor, and Iddo Aharony

Free admission / No reservations required

RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS PERFORMANCE. SEATING WILL BE GENERAL ADMISSION.


Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
5/15/2015 7:30 PM
Friday, May 29, 2015, 7:30 pmLogan Center, Performance HallIn almost every category that matters – improvisation, composition, group concept, repertoire, technique and experimentation – pianist Jason Moran and his group The Bandwagon – with bassist Tarus Mateen and drummer Nasheet Waits – have challenged the status quo, and earned their reputation as “the future of jazz.”Post-concert performance: Jazz Institute of Chicago at Café LoganAll tickets include an additional $1 handling fee per ticket.Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
Jason Moran and The Bandwagon
Friday, May 29, 2015, 7:30 pm
Logan Center, Performance Hall

In almost every category that matters – improvisation, composition, group concept, repertoire, technique and experimentation – pianist Jason Moran and his group The Bandwagon – with bassist Tarus Mateen and drummer Nasheet Waits – have challenged the status quo, and earned their reputation as “the future of jazz.”

Post-concert performance: Jazz Institute of Chicago at Café Logan

All tickets include an additional $1 handling fee per ticket.

Click here to visit the University of Chicago Presents website.
5/29/2015 7:30 PM
Saturday, August 22, 2015Time: 12-5pmTheme: United We DrumFunkadesi performance: 12pmPerforming Artist: United We Drum 2pm in the Performance HallUnited We Drum is a fun-filled day of drumming that brings together drummers from various cultures around the world. The event marks the culmination of Muntu Dance Theatre's United We Drum' summer percussion program at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts.Plus Art workshops for all ages!Tickets: $5 single tickets, $20 families of 5+Check-In at the UChicago Arts Box Office to receive your Festival Wrist Band which grants entry to all performances and workshops.
August Family Saturday Festival
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Time: 12-5pm
Theme: United We Drum

Funkadesi performance: 12pm

Performing Artist: United We Drum 
2pm in the Performance Hall

United We Drum is a fun-filled day of drumming that brings together drummers from various cultures around the world. The event marks the culmination of Muntu Dance Theatre's United We Drum' summer percussion program at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts.

Plus Art workshops for all ages!

Tickets: $5 single tickets, $20 families of 5+

Check-In at the UChicago Arts Box Office to receive your Festival Wrist Band which grants entry to all performances and workshops.
8/22/2015 12:00 PM
Box Office Number: 773.702.ARTS