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THE CHICAGO ENSEMBLE is in its

39th season of chamber concerts!

 

Yes, 39th. Find out why people return year after year.

 

“Lively, offbeat programming”
John Von Rhein, Chicago Tribune

 

SEASON OVERVIEW:

Fall Program:
Music for: clarinet, violin, cello, and piano.
Composers: Ingolf Dahl, Michael-Thomas Foumai, Giocomo Meyerbeer, Robert Muczynski, and Frank Bridge.

Winter Program:
Music for: string quartet, baritone, and piano.
Composers: Bohuslav Martinu, Gabriel Fauré, and Ludwig Thuille.

Early Spring Program:
Music for: violin, cello, and piano.
Composers: Francis Poulenc, César Franck, and Maurice Ravel.

Mid Spring Program:
Music for: oboe, violin, viola, cello, and piano.
Composers: J. S. Bach, Benjamin Britten, Jonathan Russell, Roger Zare, and Gabriel Fauré

Late Spring Program:
Music for: mezzo-soprano, flute, cello, and piano.
Composers: F. J. Haydn, Gabriel Pierné, Maurice Ravel, Patrick Castillo, Jesus Guridi, and Ned Rorem.

 

BUY TICKETS!

 

For tickets or to receive a brochure:

Phone (773) 558-3448

Email: theceweb@thechicagoensemble.org

Or see our ORDER FORM to print out and mail your order.


Single Tickets: $25 general, $10 students

Ticket includes free reception beginning 30 minutes before each concert.

 

Not sure of your schedule? Tickets are good for any concert, whenever and wherever you want to experience The Chicago Ensemble.

The Chicago Ensemble is partially supported by grants from The Pauls Foundation, and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

FREE DOWNLOADS!

Our NEW Highlights: 2009-2012 CD set is now available!

 

Vaughan Williams: Merciless Beauty

 

To hear the Chicago Ensemble perform more music like this, come to our next concert!

HIGHLIGHTS: 2009-2012
Highlights: 2005-2008

Visit our Recordings page to see what this double-CD set includes.

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