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International Chamber Artists Perform at St. Gregory

003208_77f7069fd9b84fd3b6e3e6c5392ba3f5.jpg_srz_p_358_229_75_22_0.50_1.20_0Got any plans for 4 PM on Sunday, November 9? Why not make a stop at St. Gregory the Great Church at 5545 N. Paulina for some classical music, a part of your plan? The International Chamber Artists will once again perform a concert of classical chamber music. Even if you are not familiar with chamber or classical music or don’t think you would like it, give ICA a try. The musicians routinely give an explanation of at least one of the works, and you are guaranteed to learn something and perhaps discover that you enjoy a peaceful performance on an autumn Sunday afternoon.  “We have flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, violin, cello, bass and piano,” says artistic director Patrick Godon.

A patron and a performer are profiled in the program of each concert. This time ICA profiles Saints volunteer and ICA supporter Janice Holling who commented that people always seem to be smiling and look relaxed as they leave an ICA concert.

So discover ICA and chamber music this Sunday November 9 as the musicians perform a concert of “grand rediscoveries.” “Whether it is a story, a memory, or a melody, rediscoveries often reveal pleasing emotions,” says Patrick Godon, ICA Founder and Artistic Director. “Join us and immerse yourself in some Grand Rediscoveries!”

Concerts are free though a suggested donation of $15 is appreciated. For more information, go to Icamusic.org. We hope to see you there.

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