In collaboration with the David Adler Music and Arts Center, Q is performing at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Libertyville, IL. We'll present a diverse program including excerpts from some of our old favorites (a little Mozart, a bit of Fine, and some Andrew Norman!) along with a full performance of Brahms' epic G minor piano quartet with guest pianist Katherine Lee. We hope you'll join us!
Come on out to Chicago's gorgeous Second Presbyterian Church for a diverse program of music, both old and new! Aside from our usual trio fare, special guest pianist Katherine Lee will join us in a performance of Brahms's delectable G minor piano quartet.
Q is excited to make our Stevenson Center for Performing Arts debut playing a diverse, decadent, delightful program for strings and piano! We will feature Mozart's crown jewel for string trio, the E-flat Major Divertimento, as well as composer Andrew Norman's Pulitzer Prize-nominated trio, A Companion Guide to Rome. To top the night off, we'll be joined by guest pianist, Katherine Lee, to perform Brahms' epic G minor piano quartet, one of the most beloved pieces in the repertoire.
New York based violist Anne Lanzilotti travels to Chicago to present, in conjunction with Q cellist Sara Sitzer, an evening of chamber music by Pulitzer-prize winning composer, Caroline Shaw. Joined by the rest of Chicago Q Ensemble, as well as percussionist Gregory Beyer, the diverse program be presented by Constellation-Chicago's Frequency Series.
On Sunday, December 7 at 1pm, join us in celebrating our 5th year! There will be champagne cocktails, delicious food, excellent company, and a special performance we're cooking up just for this occasion. Not to mention fabulous views of Lake Michigan and the downtown Chicago from our beautiful location at Dixon Stein. You can get your tickets here.
Friday, August 8 * 12pm * 1 South Dearborn
We're excited to be a part of the first-ever Living Loop Festival, a collaboration between the Chicago Loop Alliance and High Concept Laboratories. Featuring Hubbard Street 2, Parlour Tapes+, ROOMS, and lots of other awesome Chicago artists from a variety of disciplines, this fest aims to make the Loop come alive with unexpected performances all summer long. Come see us give an outdoor, amplified performance of one of our favorite pieces, Mozart's E-flat Divertimento, to the weekday throngs downtown.
As part of the Chicago Home Theater Festival, we’ll be performing at the beautiful home of Bill Ayers, Distinguished Professor at the University of Chicago. The evening begins with a neighborhood tour of Kenwood and will include 3 other performances besides ours. Click here to find out more about CHTF and to show your support of the festival!
Does classical music have an empowerment problem? And how can a chamber group work against the tide to empower and rehumanize both performer and audience? We’re proud to present a performance/talk at TedXRushU and be part of this exciting lineup of speakers.