Today in Chicago, Two People Play 30 Cellos in a Pool

Source: Chicago Magazine.

When she’s not at Orchestra Hall, you can find Chicago Symphony cellist Katinka Kleijn headlining Chicago’s contemporary and free-jazz venues. But on Saturday, March 16, she’ll be with cellist Lia Kohl (of performance collective Mocrep) at Eckhart Park Pool, where they’ll present Water on the Bridge, featuring 30 crowdsourced and salvaged cellos (in the filled pool). Kleijn talked to Chicago about the project that’s not afraid to get its endpins wet.

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