Our mission: Meeting the needs of a diverse community through music study, outreach and performance.
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The Musical Offering Scholarship Fund is made possible through the generosity of individual and corporate donors.
Music and the Brain
Fascinating and compelling research by Nina Kraus, Ph.D. from Northwestern University on the effects of music study on auditory and brain development.
Please visit www.brainvolts.northwestern.edu to learn more!
To read her recent article and to learn more interesting aspects of this research, click HERE!
Winter/Spring registration now open
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The Musical Offering would like to congratulate all of our 2015 Honors Students! Click here for a group picture.
Music Stars Summer Camps
July 6-10, 13-17, 20-24
9am to 3pm daily
with Friday evening concerts
Each week, students create and perform a show based on some of today's most popular themes...Zombies! Hobbits! Sleepy Hollow! Into the Woods! Combining all musical genres, singing, original compositions, chamber music, acting, dancing, costumes, lighting and visuals, we also offer scriptwriting and directing breakout sessions.
Visit our Music Stars page for more information!
Fourth Coast Ensemble
Chantez = Sing! Chicago's own vocal chamber quartet, Fourth Coast Ensemble, presents an evening of French art song. The program will feature works for vocal quartet, duos, and solo voice to showcase the variety that can be found within French song.
Outer Voices will make its Evanston debut at The Musical Offering with a showcase of some of our favorite pieces from previous concerts as well as a preview of upcoming ones. Featured is Four Voices, a new work by Chicago composer Nomi Epstein, accompanied by other contemporary pieces as well as two amazing vocal trios from the fourteenth century, Machaut's Ballade 17 and Solage's Fumeux fume par fumée.
Spring Gala - Benefit Concert