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Music Institute of Chicago Concert Spotlights Black Composers Today

Music Institute of Chicago Concert Spotlights Black Composers Today

The Music Institute of Chicago is offering free lunchtime concerts and conversation one Wednesday per month. Lunch is available for purchase from the Pret A Manger Kiosk, and free coffee will be served.

Soprano Rae-Myra Hilliard and pianist Louise Chan perform excerpts from "Seasons Change: Music Written by Black American Composers." The program includes Nightsongs by H. Leslie Adams, Beyond the Rim of Day by Hale Smith, and Three Songs of Adieu by Norman Dello Joio.

The next concert is set for today, October 23, 12:15-1 p.m. at the Music Institute of Chicago Black Box Theater, 1702 Sherman Ave., Evanston. Admission is FREE. For more information, visit musicinst.org or 847.905.1500.

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