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Russian Collusion: Chamber Music at Bethany

Chamber Music at Bethany's 2018-19 season opens with American and Russian music - just in time for the midterms.

If you need a break from the upcoming mid-term election campaign (and why wouldn't you), or all the news about Russian collusion, come experience the musical side of these two countries: music of Shostakovich, Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Barber, Stacy Garrop, Ryan Brown, and Natalie Diettrich.

With Nick Photinos (cello), 
Aurelien Pederzoli (viola), 
Timothy Munro (flute), 
bass baritone Sam Handley, 
Sarah Plum (violin), and 
Andrew McCann (violin). 

General admission: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Student/senior: $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Chamber Music at Bethany (CM@B) was founded by Northwestern faculty pianist Yasuko Oura and Grammy-winning flutist Tim Munro to bring world-class chamber music to Chicago’s north side in an intimate, accessible setting. Nestled in the beautiful Ravenswood neighborhood of Chicago, the historic Bethany United Church of Christ offers an ideal setting for musicians and audiences to come together in an acoustically pleasing venue. Read more at the CM@B website:

Earlier Event: September 30
Service and Justice Meeting
Later Event: October 7
Pet Blessing