Chopin IN the City 4th Festival
Sound and Notes Foundation is delighted to present the 4th Annual Chopin IN the City Festival. The festival will take place from February 22nd to March 1st, 2020, and will feature a wide range of exciting multicultural performances by musicians, vocalists, visual and spoken word artists.
The events bring together arts, cultural and community organizations from Chicago as well as from around the world to make this diverse celebration of composer and pianist Frederic Chopin a truly unique event in Chicago.
The event will feature a dozen performances at various venues around the city featuring artists including internationally renowned jazz vocalist Grazyna Auguscik, pianists Ben Lewis and Rob Clearfield, drummer Quin Kirchner, Polish jazz pianist Kamil Urbanski, guitarists Goran Ivanovic and Fareed Haque, Polish-Canadian classical pianist Katarzyna Musial, vocal trio The OhYeahs, author Anna Wodecki promoting her new book “Outsider”, Ian Maxim promoting his new CD, classical pianist Svetlana Belsky, classical violinist Marta Szlubowska, drummer Mike Reed, saxophonist Peter Cheslie, Andrzej Krukowskiand NaszTeatr theater. And this year, the festival organisers have invited photographer Lauren Deutsch who has been photographing jazz for over two decades to exhibit her work at Constellation on February 27 2020.
The festival’s concerts and performances will take place at various venues around the Chicago area including the Green Mill Jazz Club, Fryderyk Chopin Polish School, Hungry Brain, Constellation, Polish Museum of America, Korean Cultural Center of Chicago, Piano Forte, ProMusica and Terra Sounds School of Music and Arts.
The opening ceremony for Chopin IN the City Festival will take place at the Polish Consulate, 1530 N Lake Shore Dr, Chicgo, IL 60610 on February 24th, 2020
Sounds and Notes Foundation is a non-for-profit organization in Chicago. Our mission is to create opportunities that inspire and connect diverse national and international innovative, world-class, artists-musicians through collaborative concerts, festivals, workshops and educational programs.
The Chopin IN the City Festival relies on generous friends and donors as it continues to pursue artistic excellence, develop new audiences for Chopin music, provide innovative education and community programs, and continue to bring the music you love to audiences in Chicagoland.
Please consider making a donation today to ensure that the Chopin IN the City festival can continue this year and beyond.
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Sounds and Notes Foundation, 6121 W. Higgins Ave Suite nr 3E, Chicago, IL, 60630
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