Chicago Harp Quartet is joined with the Orquesta Juvenil del Conservatorio Amadeo Roldán at Sala Covarrubias del Teatro Nacional, conductor Zenaida Romeu.
We are excited to be launching our biggest community outreach project yet!
The CHQ is looking to bring supplies, harps and harp enthusiasm to Havana.
CHQ is traveling to Cuba May 27-June 5, 2017 to bring sorely needed supplies, music and instruments that the country has not had access to for decades, jumpstart the next generation of harpists through educational workshops as well as perform a feature concert and with the National Youth Symphony
We're asking every possible source to donate these supplies and are asking YOU to join our cause.
We need your help.
Harp Transportation/Dust Covers
Beginning & Intermediate Lever and Pedal Harp Music
Tuning Key Holders
The Cuban music students need harps, music, strings to help the music community thrive. The program will not be able to grow without adequate equipment and resources.Please consider making a donation this holiday season to this great cause. They need all the resources we can get to them!
All material donations can be sent to us at:
Chicago Harp Quartet
1750 N. Campbell Ave. Unit C
Chicago, IL 60622
Tax Deductible Monetary Donations can be made through the Donate page.
Tuesday, March 28 | Hibbing, MN
Hibbing High School 800 E 21st St. 7:00PM Tickets
Thursday, March 30 | Burlington, IA
Burlington Memorial Auditorium 200 Front Street 7:30PM Tickets
Friday, March 31 | Indianola, IA
Indianola High School 1304 E 1st Ave. 7:00PM Tickets
Sunday, April 2 | Lebanon, MO
Cowan Civic Center 500 E. Elm St. 4:00PM Tickets
2121 South Goebbert Road
Arlington Heights, IL, 60005
We invite you to join us for a fundraising concert to benefit our musical ambassadorship to Cuba in May 2017! Call 773-800-9247 or proceed below to reserve online.
$500+ Platinum Level
-Priority Reserved Seating
-Exclusive champagne reception with CHQ following the concert
-Autographed CHQ CD and exclusive preview copy of our upcoming new CD release!
$300+ Silver Level
-Priority Reserved Seating
$75+ Gold Level
-General Admission to concert
Chicago Harp Quartet is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
The Nashville Chapter of the American Harp Society in partnership with Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music proudly present the Chicago Harp Quartet.
Concert: September 10, 2016 – 7:00pm, Turner Recital Hall
Masterclass: September 11, 2016 – 2:00pm, Choral Hall
Strings of Gold: The only thing more beautiful than the soft strumming of one harp is... four harps, played in harmony! Join us in welcoming the leading harp ensemble in the country for a program featuring works by Khatchaturian, Liszt and more.
Elgin Art Showcase (8th floor of the professional building) (Map)
Click HERE for more info and tickets.
Program includes works for solo harp, flute & harp and harp quartet by Bach, Braga, Delibes, Durand, Ganz Godefroid, Hasselmans, Liszt, Lowell, and Tournier.
The recital is free and open to the public.
Preston Bradley Hall
Chicago Cultural Center
Michigan Avenue between Randolph and Washington Streets
The weekly concerts, generously sponsored by an anonymous family foundation, the Peggy & Steve Fossett Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation, are presented free of charge in the magnificent Preston Bradley Hall of the Chicago Cultural Center.
Broadcast live on WFMT 98.7 fm and streamed live at www.wfmt.com.
The Millennials have been called “The Peter Pan Generation” due to their apparent unwillingness to grow up, “Generation Me” for their obsession with social media, and “Generation Y” merely because they follow “Generation X”. But do these labels capture the intelligence, passion, and variety of an entire generation? In Y Portraits, a collection of international Millennial artists will each develop a self-portrait in their chosen medium, including live dramatic and musical performance, visual art, sound, and film. Through this interdisciplinary artistic exploration, Mozawa presents a new vision of the “Y Generation.”
Experience a living gallery performance curated by Artistic Director Matthew Ozawa.
7/30 8pm Preview
7/31 8pm Performance
8/1 2pm & 8pm Performances
8/2 2pm Performance
For more information visit: http://www.mozawa.org/#!y-portraits/c1iks
Presented by the YoungArts Foundation, CHQ will make its Kennedy Center Debut in a free concert of this season's most loved favorites.
Free- no tickets required
For more information please visit; http://www.kennedy-center.org/programs/millennium/schedule.html