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Our third season explores what music is and can be for us, both as performers and as listeners. Find out for yourself what music is and can be for you... We hope you can join us!

Please Note: We have two additional events in November 2017 and February 2018, however these subscriptions are only available for concerts within our regular season (October 2017, January 2018, March 2018, May 2018). Thank you for your understanding!


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Decadent

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2017 | DRING, VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS, MALMQUIST, & LOEFFLER

3:00 PM | Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

1218 W. Addison Street, Chicago

CCE opens its third season with Madeleine Dring's Trio for flute, oboe, & piano; selections from Ralph Vaughan-Williams' Blake Songs; Charles Loeffler's sumptuous Two Rhapsodies for oboe, viola, and piano; and, anchoring the program is a World Premiere of Chicago composer Eric Malmquist's Madrigals for soprano, flute, viola, and piano.


Adventurous

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 2018 | DE FALLA, GUASTAVINO, TAILLEFERRE, GODARD, & MARTINŮ

7:30 PM | Venue TBA

Featuring music from around the world, CCE continues its chamber music explorations with Germaine Tailleferre's delightful Piano Trio; Benjamin Godard's pastoral Aubade; songs by de Falla and Guastavino; and, Bohuslav Martinů's Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano.


Revelatory

SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2018 | WOLF, BRITTEN, LEMAY, & MESSIAEN

7:30 PM | Venue TBA

CCE explores love and war with selected songs by Hugo Wolf and Benjamin Britten; a World Premiere by Philadelphia-based composer Marc LeMay, with texts by Darrel Alejandro Holnes, a poet from Panamá who is currently based in NYC; and, Olivier Messiaen's harrowing Quartet for the End of Time.


Exuberant

FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2018 | WHITACRE, TRUMBORE, BONIS, & RIPPER

7:30 PM | Heaven Gallery

1550 N Milwaukee Ave #2, Chicago

CCE concludes their 2017-18 Season with a lively program including Eric Whitacre's Five Hebrew Love songs; The Gleam, a World Premiere by LA-based composer Dale Trumbore; Mel Bonis' Sonate pour flûte; and, João Guilherme Ripper's Cenas Infantis for oboe, cello, and piano.


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