CenterStage brings artist and audience together onstage at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion for a free, intimate, Sunday-afternoon concert.
Xavier Foley, composer and bassist
Joyce Yang, piano
Sunday, July 16, 2023,
Xavier Foley: Midnight Sonata (World Premiere)
Antonio Vivaldi: Cello Sonata No. 1
Xavier Foley: Latin Paradise
Giovanni Bottesini: La Sonnambula
Everyone must have a pass to enter the Pavilion. If your free pass was mailed to you or you chose print at home for delivery, simply have the usher scan your pass as you enter the Pavilion. Otherwise, stop by the Patron Service Center to inquire about will call or to register for a complimentary pass.
The doors to the Pritzker Pavilion will open at 1 PM. The recital is general admission and the doors to the orchestra stage will be open for seating at 1:30 PM. The performance will begin at 2 PM.
The performance will last for approximately one hour.
CAN'T MAKE IT? RELEASE YOUR SEAT
Let us know if you can't make it to a concert as demand is high for this performance.
NO LATE SEATING
Due to the intimacy of the space, there will be no late seating on the orchestra stage. Late seating will be permitted in the Choral Balcony only.
HOW TO ACCESS THE STAGE
Enter the Pavilion from the walkway to the left of the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millenium Park. The sidewalk to the Pavilion door is located next to the Patron Service Center, near the entrance to the Seating Bowl. Please look for an usher in a purple shirt to guide you into the building.
PATRON SERVICE CENTER
The Patron Service Center will open at 12 PM for will call, day-of registration and/or standby list sign-up if necessary. It will close at 2:30 PM.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
No food or beverages are permitted on stage. However, bottled water with a secure lid will be permitted.