By Series

Classic Concert Series

Since 1943, this renowned series has brought diverse ensembles and composers to the Mandel Hall stage - from the Classical period to the present.

Howard Mayer Brown International Early Music Series

Founded in 1981, the Howard Mayer Brown International Early Music Series spans from medieval and Renaissance to the Baroque and features artists dedicated to historically researched, informed programming and original instrument practices.

Music Without Borders

Our newest series brings ounds from around the globe to Chicago, showcasing contemporary artists who blend world traditions with modern styling.

Jazz at the Logan

Jazz at the Logan brings the spectrum of contemporary jazz - with its myriad influences from the past to the present - to the Logan Center concert stage with performances by world-class artists.


The Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition at the University of Chicago is a dynamic, collaborative, and interdisciplinary environment for the creation, performance, and study of new music. Augusta Read Thomas serves as the center's director, with support from a curatorial board of UChicago Faculty, staff, and artistic leaders.

UChicago Presents is delighted to be part of an exciting new chapter in the University of Chicago's distinguished tradition of creating and presenting contemporary music by offering a new series of concerts produced by the Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition.