Harris Theater

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205 Upper Randolph Drive, Chicago, IL 60601.


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    $26.00 for $52.00 - Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Summer Series: William Forsythe, a World Premiere, More


    Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Summer Series unveils a world premiere by resident choreographer .. read moreAlejandro Cerrudo in the same program as two company classics: internationally known choreographer William Forsythe's Quintett and Nacho Duato's Mediterranean-influenced Gnawa . Forsythe's Quintett picks up on themes of loss, hope, fear and joy heard in Gavin Bryars' 1971 composition, Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet , while Gnawa 's evocative rhythms tap the Mediterranean spirit of North Africa and Duato's native Spain, with costumes by Modesto Lomba, chairman of the Spanish Fashion Designers' Association.

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    $19.50 for $39.00 - Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra & Avalon String Quartet: Zemlinsky and Schuller


    The Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra and the Avalon String Quartet (the esteemed quartet-in-res.. read moreidence at the Northern Illinois University School of Music) will join forces for this concert that's brimming with premieres. Under the baton of acclaimed Australian conductor David Danzmayr, these two decorated ensembles will play the United States premiere of Austrian composer Alexander Zemlinsky's Symphony No. 1, the Chicago premiere of Grammy Award-winning American composer Gunther Schuller's Concerto for String Quartet and Orchestra, and English composer Vaughan Williams' Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis.

    • Added 03/01/14 by goldstar | Purchase by: 04/20/14
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    $13.50 for $27.00 - Music of the Baroque: "handel & Bach -- Italian Style"


    A pair of rarely performed, Italian-influenced pieces from German composers Handel and Bach fo.. read morer orchestra and voice highlight the latest concert by Maestro Nicholas Kraemer and the Music of the Baroque Orchestra. They'll be joined by soprano Katherine Watson and baritone Philip Cutlip for excerpts from Handel's passionate cantata Apollo e Dafne , based on the tragic Greek love story. Watson also sings Bach's cantata "Non sa che sia dolore (He knows not what sorrow is)" from 1729. Robert Waters is the featured soloist for the finale, Bach's Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor.

    • Added 02/20/14 by goldstar | Purchase by: 04/21/14
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Anthony M.
LIGHTS CAMERA CURTAIN Shhh....the show started! No talking out loud, just read the review quietly! Recently we attended a benefit here with some good...

Carolyn L.
I love this theater. Having volunteered here for performances by the Giordano Dance Company, I can say that the staff here are all super helpful and...

Jennifer Q.
I saw Glamorama last Friday at the Harris Theater. It is a very beautiful space. It was the perfect size to see the show from any seat in the house -not too...
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Time Out Chicago
Watch the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company perform live. The troupe will be performing five works on two different programs.
MafiaHairdresser J.
Bring your drink with u! It's ok!
Rachel H.
The best place to see dance performances! GREAT prices and every seat is a good seat!
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rating 4.6 out of 5
Anthony Martorina
Recently we attended a benefit here with some good friends. The theme was orchestrations with American-Italian themes centered around piano. The Chicago Philharmonic was also conducted by an Italian conductor. My friend was a little upset with the first piece played because there was no piano. He lo....
Melissa Sanchez
Absolute breathtaking theater! They have really fantastic dancing here -- they perform many different types - classical, jazz, modern, etc. Really terrific! I loved my time there. Great dance performers and music. It would be the best couple of hours you've ever spent! Try to leave a bit earlier....
Thongsy Singvongsa
L-O-V-E this place. I would come here every week if I could. Every performance I've seen here was just amazing and uplifting. It's great that so many wonderful Chicago dance companies can showcase their amazing performers here. The place is always clean, well organized and the the theater se....
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