CANCELED: Celebrating George Benjamin

George Benjamin at writing desk photo credit Matthew Lloyd

September 25, 2020 | 8:00PM
Logan Center Performance Hall

This concert has been canceled due to COVID-19. Subscribers with tickets to this event will have the value of the tickets immediately applied as a credit on their account with the UChicago Arts Box Office. Please read our Update for Subscribers for more information.

Oliver Knussen: Ophelia Dances, Book I
Augusta Read Thomas: Of Being is a Bird (Emily Dickinson Setting)
George Benjamin: 
          Piano Figures
Anthony Cheung: Double Allegories

At sixty years old, Sir George Benjamin has gone from child prodigy to one of the most important composers of the 20th and 21st centuries. The Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition celebrates the esteemed British composer with performances of two of his seminal piano works alongside music by fellow Brit Oliver Knussen, and two composers who share an affinity with his work.

This concert is presented with the generous support of Emmanuel Roman, MBA ’87, and is presented in partnership with the Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition.