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Mostly Music Celebrates 40 Years
Friday, June 21
Reception 5:30 p.m.; Concert 6:30 p.m.
This event has been postponed; new date to be announced.
Mostly Music Chicago celebrates 40 years with a special early evening concert, featuring world-renowned harpsichordist David Schrader. Mr. Schrader will play several pieces, including the works of Scarlatti, Bach, Handel, and Buxtehude.
Before enjoying the one-hour performance, attendees are invited to wind down from the workday in the Driehaus Museum’s ballroom, where they can sip wine and enjoy light fare prior to the concert, which commences at 6:30 p.m.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please contact Mostly Music Chicago, 773 363 1493 or MostlyMusicChicago.com.
About the Performer
Equally at home in front of a harpsichord, organ, piano, or fortepiano, David Schrader is “truly an extraordinary musician ... [who] brings not only the unfailing right technical approach to each of these different instruments, but always an imaginative, fascinating musicality to all of them” (Norman Pelligrini, WFMT, Chicago). A performer with wide-ranging interests and accomplishments, Mr. Schrader has performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, and Colorado Symphony Orchestra.
Image: David Schrader
Please note that in exchange for your reservation and/or ticket, you have authorized the Driehaus Museum to photograph, record, film, video tape, or otherwise use your likeness, performance, image, and/or voice for use in general and/or program-related Driehaus Museum promotional materials. If for any reason, you do not wish to be photographed, please provide your name(s) at registration that evening.
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