2018-19 UChicago Arts Concert Series 

Source: The University of Chicago.

Thursday & Friday, May 2 & 3, 2019 / Logan Center Penthouse
CHIMEfest 2019: Live Electronics Symposium
The CHIME Studio presents CHIMEFest 2019, a meeting of electronics performers and improvisers from around the globe, with leading artists and researchers from the United States, the UK, and Europe.
May 2
10 am – 2 pm – Talks Session I with Anne La Berge, Jeff Snyder, Pierre Alexandre Tremblay, and Alex Harker
7 pm – Concert I featuring Anne La Berge, Ted Moore, Katherine Young, and RAGE THORMBONES
May 3
4 pm-6 pm – Talks Session II with Sam Pluta, Ted Moore, and Lauren Sarah Hayes
7 pm – Concert II featuring Katie Schoepflin Jimoh, Pedro Lopes, Jeff Snyder, Anne La Berge, Sam Pluta, and Ben Lamar Gay
Presented by the CHIME Studio, Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition, and the Arts, Science & Culture Initiative.

Friday, May 10, 2019 / 8 PM / Fulton Recital Hall
UChicago Composers Concert with Ensemble Dal Niente
Ensemble Dal Niente performs the world premieres of works by University of Chicago composers, including undergraduates Paul Beckman, Elle Jensen, and Reiny Rolock, graduate students Austin Simonds and Yuting Tan, with a work by Postdoctoral Researcher Tonia Ko. Michael Lewanski will conduct the concert.

Saturday, May 11, 2019 / 9 AM – 4 PM / Logan Center Performance Hall
Grossman Ensemble Open Rehearsal
The Grossman Ensemble rehearses and workshops music by Kate Soper, Steve Lehman, Joungbum Lee, and David Dzubay in an interactive open rehearsal offering unique access to the creative process.

Friday, June 7, 2019 / 7:30 PM / Logan Center Performance Hall*
Grossman Ensemble
David Dzubay, conductor
In the final concert of the season, the Grossman Ensemble presents four world premiere works by acclaimed soprano Kate Soper, a Pulitzer Prize finalist whose works have been commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the American Composers Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, Tanglewood Music Center; Steve Lehman, whose most recent album was called the #1 Jazz Album of the year by NPR Music and the Los Angeles Times, UChicago composer Joungbum Lee, and David Dzubay, Professor of Music, Chair of the Composition Department, and director of the New Music Ensemble at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in Bloomington, who will also conduct the concert.