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Chroma Chamber Orchestra

Spotlight on Soloists
Sunday, September 15 at 7:30 pm
Nichols Concert Hall | 1490 Chicago Avenue, Evanston
Ticket prices: $30 Adults | $20 Seniors | $10 Students Purchase tickets now >>
Questions?  Contact the Nichols Concert Hall Box Office: 847.905.1500, ext. 108


Program

Chroma Chamber Orchestra

 

Handel:  Concerto Grosso, Op.3, No. 3 for flute and violin

Mathieu Dufour, flute |  Baird Dodge, violin

 

Britten:  Serenade for tenor, horn and strings

Scott Ramsay, tenor | Oto Carrillo, horn

 

Barber:  Capricorn Concerto for flute, oboe and trumpet

Mathieu Dufour, flute | Jelena Dirks, oboe | Tage Larson, trumpet

 

Wagner:  Siegfried Idyll

The paintings of award-winning artist David Dallison will be exhibited in conjunction with the concert.

 


About Chroma Chamber Orchestra

 

The Chroma Chamber Orchestra (CCO) is an ensemble in residence at the Music Institute of Chicago.  The CCO programs late-romantic and early modern repertoire (and select contemporary works) of enormous appeal rarely performed by area ensembles. These works are presented in a context that integrates the performing, visual and literary arts to create a unique, multifaceted concert experience.


The CCO  collaborates with distinguished soloists, composers, writers, visual artists, choreographers, art historians - and diverse educational and cultural institutions (including MIC), from dance companies to art galleries, spanning the entire spectrum of the arts. Opportunities for synergy and cross-fertilization have been  truly exciting and unparalleled.

 

From the first concert on October 2, 2011, featuring internationally acclaimed soprano Elizabeth Futral singing Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915, the Chroma Chamber Orchestra has redefined creative programming. The musicians, led by concertmaster Baird Dodge of the CSO, have been drawn from Chicago’s top orchestras and chamber groups, brought together by Maestro Crane not only for their exceptional caliber, but for their delight in both exploration and collaboration. These old friends, aligned to new purpose, have electrified their audiences with the innovation and beauty of these concerts.

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