10:45 am to 11:05 am
Introduce children to the arts in a family-friendly setting with a Tiny Great Performance™ at the Museum!
A Brass Trio ensemble, comprised of musicians from Chicago Sinfonietta, will perform for visitors. Since 1987, Chicago Sinfonietta has been a defiantly different kind of orchestra. The orchestra was founded by Maestro Paul Freeman to address the disconnect between the utter lack of diversity in orchestras and the vibrant, nuanced, communities for which they play. For nearly 30 years, they have made it their mission to represent the city of Chicago, reflecting that vibrancy on stage and in their programming, making classical music accessible for anyone.
Enjoy 20-minute performances at 10:00 and 10:45 a.m.
Tiny Great Performances™ bring professional and community performers to the Museum to promote a life-long love of the arts in children and their families.
Visitors are welcome to stop, listen, watch, and/or participate. These performances are included with Museum admission or membership.
The Tiny Great Performances™ Series is made possible in part by donations from the following sponsors: Ken & Regina Witkowski and in memory of Barbara R. Parsons. This program is partially funded by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.