Rush Hour Concerts

July 2, 2012 11:36:31 AM PDT
Rush Hour Concerts' mission is to provide the broadest access to great live music throughout Chicago -- admission-free -- in ways which are relevant to contemporary lifestyles, aesthetically nourishing, and foster a sense of community.

Rush Hour's Summer Series continues to bring traditional chamber music to a new audience and new classical music to seasoned aficionados. The weekly summer concerts include a variety of access points to help demystify the concert experience and build common ground, allowing individual audience members to become engaged listeners, acquire a sense of ownership in the series, and gain understanding of their vital role in a live concert. Rush Hour Concerts' summer series of free classical music concerts take place every Tuesday evening at St. James through August 28.

For a Complete line-up during the season, visit rushhour.org

Quintet Attacca Tuesday, July 3, 5:45PM St. James Cathedral 65 E. Huron Chicago

More about Quintet Attacca:

Founded in 1999, Quintet Attacca is one of Chicago's most dynamic chamber music ensembles. Quintet Attacca is an ensemble dedicated to bringing the unique sound of the wind quintet to all types of audiences. To this end, the quintet has played in venues across the Midwest, with extensive programming in Chicago. Quintet Attacca has reached audiences from Italy (at the 2003 Emilia Romagne Festival) to New York (at the Schneider Concerts Series at the New School) to concert halls all over Chicagoland. Quintet Attacca delights in bringing music education to all ages and abilities. The quintet prides itself on its imaginative and engaging outreach programs and programming that is both accessible and cutting-edge.

More online at quintetattacca.com.


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