The flow of cross-cultural influence through art makes for a dynamic and lasting exhibit.
Grizzly Bear brings jazzy comfort to their Indie rock show at the Riviera.
Independent bands get to play their songs at WHPK’s Summer Breeze soundstage.
French musician Yann Tiersen performs his electric folk music, à la Andrew Bird, at Chicago’s Metro Theatre.
New column offers cheap live music opportunities for college students.
Music to check out this spring.
Andrew Bird’s folksy new album makes us feel the warmth of spring.
At Metro concert, of Montreal sings too many songs off their new album to win over longtime fans.
Columbia College of Chicago music professor Ben Sutherland performed at the opening of new Regenstein exhibit.
Philip Glass’s revolutionary opera is performed for the first time in twenty years.
In Lyric Opera’s ‘The Magic Flute,’ an antiquated interpretation undermine great performances.
Alva Noto serves up more static, glitches, and erratic rhythms in Univers.
Biophilia takes apart songs, reducing them to the most basic qualities.
The Language of Less demonstrates that, even in the age of iPhones and the 24-hour news cycle, there is still a need for simple reflection and minimalist style in art.
More controversy has surrounded the latest album by Steve Reich, the Pulitzer Prize–winning American minimalist composer, than any other of his works.