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Summer Migration, Payoff for Chicago

Harris Hall, c. Timothy Hursley

If you’ve ever seen a nature documentary about the Serengeti, you might have some sense of the migratory patterns of classical musicians. There are music centers, like watering holes, to which players journey in order to refresh, commune with others, and nurture the young. The Aspen Music Festival is one of those places. One only has to read the biographies of Chicago’s top musicians

The Fourth of July: Things You Might Not Know

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Before you haul that cooler over to the neighbors’ cookout, have a look at this primer on Fourth of July facts. You’ll be prepared for conversations about everything from Sam Adams to The Simpsons to fireworks to Sousa.

Video from Make Music Chicago

Chicago Symphony Principal Trumpet Christopher Martin

Make Music Chicago 2014 organized dozens of performances at Daley Plaza and across the Chicago area on Saturday. The citywide festival joined communities around the world in celebration of music on June 21, the summer solstice. One of the organizers, Kuang-Hao Huang, announced at 10:00 am, “Fiji is 17 hours into their day of music.