As we enter the 2016-17 season, we are happy to announce our transition from this site to our new ticketing and informational site, artsevents.luc.edu. Please refer to this page for all the details about our upcoming season.
We are thrilled about this step forward and can’t wait to see you all at our events this year!
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“Collision of cultures” is the mantra of the internationally famous and award winning Chicago Brass
Band. “British-Tradition, Chicago Style” is how they would describe their 30 piece brass and percussion ensemble. Incorporating a unique twist to British band music certainly makes the Chicago Brass Band an original group in itself. They work to perform a wide array of music including jazz, classical, and music reflecting American culture. By combining American music with British traditions makes for an explosive cultural experience and a once in a lifetime musical experience! The coolest part about the whole thing is that Loyola’s Director of Orchestral Studies, Colin Holman, is the music director!
For anyone looking to come see this awe-inspiring ensemble, they will be performing with the Hall High School Concert Band at Hall High School, on Sunday, May 1st from 3:00PM – 5:00PM. Tickets will be $10 at the door or can be purchased during school hours at Hall High. Also proceeds will help fund the Hall Band and Choir programs. So come on out! Enjoy a fantastic collaboration and support a local high school!
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Haysun Kang, music professor at Loyola University Chicago, is expected to lead a master class for the music department at the University of Chicago. A master class generally involves a professional from a specific field (usually fine or performing arts discipline) who teaches a class on the skill of which they specialize in. Haysun Kang is an internationally acclaimed pianist and is known for the wide range of colorful sounds evoked through her music.
Kang will be performing in the University of Chicago’s Piano Master Class on Saturday, May 14 at 4 PM at University of Chicago’s Fulton Hall . The event is free, and you can click here to learn more!