Imani Winds perform on January 20, and May 3, 2017, at the University of Chicago
"A model of what a classical concert series should be." - Chicago Tribune
The University of Chicago Presents (UCP) concert series brings a rich and wide array of world-class professional soloists and chamber music ensembles to campus through its five distinctive series. The series’ hallmarks are its high artistic standards, the Chicago debuts of remarkable young artists, and its distinctive programming of beloved classics as well as fascinating, lesser-known repertoire – set in intimate and beautiful campus venues. The Classic Concert Series features recitalists and chamber music ensembles performing music from the Classical period through the present. The five-concert Jazz at the Logan series showcases jazz greats across a range of stylistic influences and is supported by the Julie and Parker Hall Endowment and the Reva & David Logan Foundation. The Music Across Genres series presents a diversity of artists and composers from the medieval to the best in new music, incorporating a variety of genres within a single series. The Howard Mayer Brown International Early Music Series brings acclaimed artists from around the globe for historically appropriate performances of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque repertoire. Dedicated exclusively to the performance of new music, Contempo – the University’s contemporary music collective – is one of the oldest and most successful new music endeavors in North America. This season UCP welcomes Imani Winds as the new Don Michael Randel Ensemble in Residence for two concerts.
You can visit University of Chicago Presents' website to see their upcoming events schedule.