Experience the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit from creators of the blockbuster show in Paris seen by over 2 million visitors and sold over 5 million tickets in North America!
Be immersed in 600,000 cubic feet of stunning projection animating the masters’ oeuvre and illuminating the mind of the genius. Wander through giant projections that highlight brushstrokes, detail, and colour as you have never experienced them.
Visitors will be immersed in Van Gogh’s works — from his sunny landscapes and night scenes, to his portraits and still life paintings. The installation includes the Mangeurs de pommes de terre (The Potato Eaters, 1885), the Nuit étoilée (Starry Night, 1889), Les Tournesols (Sunflowers, 1888), and La Chambre à coucher (The Bedroom, 1889).
It is astonishing in scale, breathtakingly imaginative, and a completely new look at the Master’s work.
Baroque Masterpieces from Epic Films
Celebrated pianist Polina Osetinskaya appears in a new solo program, before her highly anticipated appearance with Maxim Vengerov and the Chicago Symphony this coming fall. In this intimate recital, Osetinskaya turns to a program of some of the most enduring musical masterpieces in history. With her signature virtuosity, Osetinskaya brings to life seminal works by Bach, Handel, Purcell and Rameau, from epic films by Bergman, Coppola, Kubrick and Tarkovsky. The dramatic qualities of the music, which had once enhanced the pivotal moments in these great films, are now distilled by Osetinskaya into a thoughtful and engaging live program. Presented in partnership with the Cherry Orchard Festival Foundation.
“Horn is among the most exciting young vocalists in jazz, with a proud traditionalism that keeps her tightly linked to the sound of classic figures like Nancy Wilson and Betty Carter, but a vivacity of spirit and conviction that places her firmly in the present.”
— The New York Times
Grammy-nominated jazz artist Jazzmeia Horn was born in Dallas, TX and attended Booker T Washington High School, later performing her way through attending The New School in New York. She is the winner of the 2015 Thelonious Monk Institute International Jazz Competition and a recipient of the NAACP Image Award for her 2019 album “Love and Liberation.” Horn founded a label to release her last album, where she also contributed as a musical director.
Emmy-nominated trumpeter and singer Benny Benack III has proven to be that rarest of talents: not only a fiery trumpet player in the vein of Kenny Dorham and Freddie Hubbard, but also a singer with a sly, mature, naturally expressive delivery in the post-Sinatra mold, performing standards and his own astute songs with a thrilling sense of showmanship. His superb intonation and bracing virtuosity enable him to handle astounding feats of originally composed vocalese (complex solos with written lyrics). On top of it all, he’s a highly capable pianist as well!
"My favorite singer…." - Tony Bennett
The Harlem-based vocalist, guitarist, bandleader and composer Allan Harris has reigned supreme as the most accomplished and exceptional singer of his generation. Aptly described by the Miami Herald as an artist blessed with, “the warmth of Tony Bennett, the bite and rhythmic sense of Sinatra, and the sly elegance of Nat ‘King' Cole,” the ample and aural evidence of Harris’ moving artistry can be heard on his 14 recordings; his far-flung and critically-acclaimed concerts around the world, and his numerous awards, which include the New York Nightlife Award for “Outstanding Jazz Vocalist” – which he won three times – the Backstage Bistro Award for “ Ongoing Achievement in Jazz,” the DownBeat Critic’s Poll Award for “Rising Star Jazz Vocalist,” the Hot House Jazz Magazine "Jazz Vocalist of theYear Award” in 2015 and 2016, the Harlem Speaks “Jazz Museum of Harlem Award,” France's Palmares Award for 3rd Best Jazz Vocal Album of 2019, and many more.
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see this legendary all-star trio, thrilling audiences with a limitless repertoire and awe-inspiring virtuosity.
The masterful jazz pianist Cyrus Chestnut balances his lithe technical skill with a robust, soulful style that speaks to his deep gospel roots and love of swinging hard bop.
Known as one of the founding fathers of jazz fusion, drummer Lenny White is a three-time Grammy winner who’s worked with everyone from Miles Davis to Chaka Khan. Grammy-nominated bassist Buster Williams has collaborated with jazz giants including Art Blakey, Count Basie and Sarah Vaughn, and recorded soundtracks for cult films like David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” and Spike Lee’s “Clockers.”
Want to know what jazz is really about? Listen to Billy Hart. — Mark Stryker, Detroit Free Press
Jazz connoisseurs and curious explorers alike will revel in musical excellence as this trio of musicians, each legendary in their own right, join forces for a multidimensional explosion of sound.
The 2022 NEA Jazz Master Billy Hart, a performer and educator whose name is on the front pages of jazz history, performed as a member of the Herbie Hancock Sextet, also playing with Stan Getz and McCoy Tyner. The prolific jazz guitarist and composer Yotam Silberstein’s signature sound is rich in bebop and blues, as well as folklore from South America, North Africa and the Middle East. Omer Avital, an acclaimed Israeli-American bassist, composer and bandleader, is a contemporary jazz master, and a recipient of the ASCAP Vanguard Award.
September 13, 2021
September 3, 2023
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