Songs of the Sephardim with guest curator Nell Snaidas
Music of faith and longing from Renaissance Spain and the Ladino oral tradition of the Sephardic Jews. Presented in partnership with Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies and The Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning.
the Passion of Héloïse and Abelard
For Valentine’s Day! Two costumed actors portray the famous lovers, performing excerpts from their amorous letters while the Consort plays and sings medieval love songs.
Playing with Fire
Dazzling virtuoso music from 17th c. Italy explores the world of love and war. Singers, violins, and a colorful continuo band turn up the heat.
Your 2017-18 Season Pass Gives You Preferred Seating.
Preferred seating tickets feature seating in the front of the venue for more intimate views and better sound.
Choose from the Following
AT OUR DOWNTOWN CONCERTS
enjoy complimentary wine and cabaret seating at Ruggles Hall, and a reception at the Spertus Institute concert.
Logan & Galvin
are included with all series passes, and begin 30 minutes before each concert. Choose your venue!