Reva & David Logan Center for the Arts

915 East 60th Street

The Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts is a multidisciplinary arts center at the University of Chicago located south of the Midway Plaisance at the corner of East 60th Street and Drexel Avenue. Designed by renowned architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, the building integrates classroom, performance, exhibition, studio, and rehearsal spaces to create a dynamic environment for arts and scholarship. The building also features generous public space including large lobby areas, an outdoor courtyard, a gallery, and two elevated lounges.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Performance Hall

3.00-4:00pm    Nicole Mitchell and Ballake Sissoko: Bamako*Chicago Sound System

5:45-6:45pm    Nicole Mitchell and Ballake Sissoko: Bamako*Chicago Sound System

7:15-8:15pm      Geof Bradfield's Yes, and...Music for Nine Improvisers

9:30-10:30pm   Willie and Bethany Pickens plus Friends

Performance Penthouse

Due to limited space, complimentary tickets are required for entry.  Tickets will be available at box office 30 minutes prior to the concert. First come first served. 

4:00-5:00pm     Grazyna Auguscik Group

6:30-7:30pm      Ben Goldberg: Learned From Thelonious Monk (solo)

Screening Room

2:30-3:30pm     Robin D. G. Kelley: Monk at 100 (lecture)

4:00-5:00pm     Listening to the Wall (panel discussion)

Cafe Logan

Chicago Jazz and Blues: A Photographer's View will be on view in Cafe Logan throughout the Festival. The juried exhibition celebrates Chicago’s vibrant jazz and blues scene and showcase the talents of Chicago area photographers whose work includes original images of Chicago-based jazz and blues musicians.

 

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