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ICA Brings Brings Classical Materpieces To Edgewater Families

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Photo: Ruzanna Tantushyan

We can hear musical masterpieces right in our own neighborhood in the form of the International Chamber Artists who perform regularly at St. Gregory the Great Parish. Almost ten years ago, founder and artistic director Patrick Godon had a vision of bringing classical music not only to an adult audience but, as the years passed, to school groups alike so that all could not only listen to classical music in a beautiful or educational setting but could also learn about it. As a part of each concert, Patrick or one of the other musicians explains the piece that will be performed and plays small segments for which the audience can listen.

For the second year in a row, ICA will perform a concert for families to be held at St. Gregory’s, 5545 N. Paulina, at 10 AM on Saturday January 31. This year features a composition by a composer from Uruguay so the concert is aptly called “A South American Adventure.”

Experience a melodious Wind Quintet where each instrument will be played and demonstrated. The sounds of the flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon will provide something magical for each member of your family.

“Thanks to the generous funding by the Paul M. Angell Foundation we are able to bring the Family Concert to families and public schools for the second year in a row,” says Patrick Godon, ICA Founder and Artistic Director. “Join us and let’s experience this musical adventure together.”

ICA concerts are free with a suggested donation of $15.
For more information, go to Icamusic.org


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