The Boston Camerata provides a sneak peek at it's semi-staged dramatic telling of an eight-centuries old epic poem, pulling back the curtain on love and courtship in Medieval France.
Explore Melissa Aldana's suite inspired by the famous Mexican artist through her recording of the piece, an exclusive interview with UChicago Presents, and a digital gallery exploring Frida Kahlo's life and work.
Chilean saxophonist and composer Melissa Aldana talks with UChicago Presents about the origins of and inspiration for her newest suite titled Visions for Frida Kahlo.
Soprano Lucy Fitz Gibbon, violinist Robyn Bollinger, and flutist Francesco Camuglia sit down with UChicago Presents to discuss their experience performing with Musicians from Marlboro.
Balalaika quartet Russian Renaissance in Grand Prize-winning performance at the 2017 M-Prize Competition
Shunkse Sato, concertmaster of Concerto Köln, sits down with UChicago Presents to discuss period performance and playing with the self-governed ensemble.
The Aaron Diehl Trio (Aaron Diehl, piano; David Wong, bass; Rodney Green, drums) perform John Lewis "One Never Knows" at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall.
Pianist, composer, and bandleader Aaron Diehl discusses his dual affinity for classical and jazz and his fascination with the repertoire of The Modern Jazz Quartet.
Austin Wulliman, violinist in the JACK Quartet and former violinist of the Chicago-based Spektral Quartet, discusses playing the music of Georg Friedrich Haas and performing in the dark.
UChicago Presents in conversation with baroque violin master Rachel Podger
In conversation with Duo Tal & Groethuysen, UChicago Presents dives into the repertoire for two pianos
In conversation with UChicago Presents, conductor Nigel Short discusses the origin of his ensemble and its signature commission, Path of Miracles.
UChicago Presents sat down with pianist Kris Davis to discuss her approach to improvisation, her collaboration with Craig Taborn, and more.
Specially selected by Artistic Director for Jazz Jason Moran, jazz pianists Kris Davis and Craig Taborn together present an evening of original compositions and improvisations.
Joby Talbot’s ‘Path of Miracles’ was the first major work commissioned by the award-winning professional vocal ensemble, Tenebrae, in 2005, and having received high acclaim ("an evocative odyssey" - The Times) returns in 2017 for an extensive UK tour. To accompany its revival, Tenebrae has commissioned a unique new choral work by Owain Park, ‘Footsteps’, which allows Tenebrae to perform alongside choirs of all abilities and marks Tenebrae’s fifteenth-anniversary season.