The American Music Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and underwriting performances of American classical music of the past as well as selectively commissioning new works from American composers.

Tickets are now on sale for March 6 concert in Chicago


Tickets are on sale for the American Music Project concert March 6 in Chicago at Ganz Hall!

Come hear the program of American music that The New York Times called “a fascinating concert.”

Anthony McGill, the Chicago-born principal clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic, will join the JACK Quartet for the Chicago premiere of Geoffrey Gordon’s Clarinet Quintet. At the world premiere of this second AMP commission by the same artists last November, the Times described  Gordon’s quintet as “darkly seductive” and “a colorful and atmospheric journey.”

The program will also feature JACK performing John Luther Adams’ haunting The Wind in High Places and two contrasted homegrown works of the 20th century: Earle Brown’s 1965 String Quartet and John Cage’s early Quartet in Four Parts.

Concert time is 2 p.m. Sunday March 6 at Roosevelt University’s Ganz Hall in downtown Chicago. Tickets are $25, $15 for students with I.D.

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