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Monday, November 04, 2019
Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events >> DCASE News & Events - November 2019
Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on November 22, 6pm
Caroling at Cloud Gate starts November 29
Millennium Park will be the epicenter of holiday cheer in
Chicago, featuring your favorite seasonal traditions: Chicago's official
Christmas Tree, ice skating, caroling, an art market and free family
fun. More information at millenniumpark.org.
Chicago Cultural Center & Garfield Park Conservatory
With engaging music and dance in a kid-friendly setting, the FREE
admission Juicebox programs are geared toward the stroller set and
enjoyable for the whole family. Children will experience a diverse range
of artistic and educational presentations, with hosts regularly
inviting youngsters to move, dance and interact with performers. For the
complete schedule, visit chicago.gov/juicebox.
Hanging from the street poles along Wabash Ave. between Washington and Randolph Streets
Chicago Cultural Center
City of Chicago Designates 2020 as the 'Year of Chicago Music'
Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and
the DCASE have recently designated 202 as the 'Year of Chicago Music.'
The City of Chicago and its partners will launch a marketing campaign
for Chicago music; provide additional financial grants for music
projects; encourage dialog around inclusion and equity; and call on
civic, philanthropic, arts and business leaders to support the music
industry. The citywide, year-long focus on music is one of the first of
its kind in the United States.
DCASE's 2020 Individual Artists Program (IAP) grant application is now open!
IAP grants aim to
assist Chicago's practicing artists in creating work that develops their
craft and elevates their careers, while adding to the cultural vitality
of the city of Chicago. IAP grants support artists across all artistic
disciplines including Film & Media Arts, Literary Arts, Performing
Arts (Theatre/Dance), Music and Visual Arts/Design. All applicants are
encouraged to attend an Application Assistance Workshop to learn about
important updates to this year's program.To RSVP for workshops and apply, please visitchicagoculturalgrants.org.
14th Chicago Latino Music Festival Presents: Chicago Panamerican Ensemble and Eykamp String Quartet with Joanne Chang, Pianist
Wednesday, November 6, 6:30-7:45pm
Cindy Pritzker Auditorium, Harold Washington Library Center, 400 S. State St.
features chamber music from Mexico, Argentina and Uruguay (from duets,
to quartet to septet) with music by Gutierrez Heras, Moncayo, Ginastera,
Piazzolla and Del Aguila. The Chicago Panamerican Ensemble was founded
by pianist Beatriz Helguera and cellist Andrew Snow in 2008. The CPE
engages some of Chicago's finest musicians in chamber music repertoire
that ranges from Baroque to Contemporary with an emphasis in promoting
the work of composers of Latin America.
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