June 17, 2019
Where in Chicago is Augustin Hadelich?
Catch this internationally celebrated violinist with the Grant Park Orchestra on Friday June 21 and Saturday night June 22; leading a master class with our Project Inclusion Fellows on Saturday June 22 at 11 AM at the Chicago Cultural Center; and with pianist Orion Weiss in an intimate, free recital on the Pritzker Stage as part of our CenterStage series on Sunday June 23 at 2 PM.
The Festival is thrilled to present the Grammy Award-winning violinist Augustin Hadelich in his Festival debut, with three captivating experiences and a different point of view each time.
Take in Brahms Violin Concerto from the Pritzker Pavilion Seating Bowl, sit on the stage floor for an intimate recital, or learn from the master himself. This is the weekend for the true violin enthusiasts.
Brahms Violin Concerto
Friday, June 21 at 6:30
Saturday, June 22 at 7:30
Jay Pritzker Pavilion
Reserved seating is available for this concert, featuring Augustin Hadelich with the Grant Park Orchestra, conducted by Carlos Kalmar.
Visiting Masters - Free Master Class
Saturday, June 22 at 11AM
Chicago Cultural Center
Claudia Cassidy Theater
Watch Augustin Hadelich lead a master class with violinists from our Project Inclusion String Quartet. Free and appropriate for all ages. No reservations needed and open to the public.
CenterStage - Free Recital Series
Sunday, June 23 at 2PM
Jay Pritzker Pavilion Stage
Share the stage with this extraordinary musician and enjoy this free, intimate recital with Augustin Hadelich and pianist Orion Weiss. Experience the Jay Pritzker Pavilion the way the Grant Park Orchestra and Chorus do - including the view. Reservations recommended.
Visiting Masters and CenterStage are part of the Festival’s new initiative, Festival Next, a series of programs to re-imagine the concert-going experience in the 21st century.