Presenting: World-premiere by award-winning teenage cellist Lucie Ticho, featuring the first-ever performance of “Wintram” by Chicago composer Kim Diehnelt and Chicago’s first performance of “Shades of Red” by composer David Froom. Both Diehnelt and Froom will address the audience, and the audience is invited to meet all three musicians at a reception. Doors open at 5:30 pm; performance starts promptly at 6:00 pm and a reception follows. This is local cellist Lucie Ticho’s last Chicago concert before heading east to study in a combined Columbia-Juilliard program (BA from Columbia, Masters from Juilliard). The Eye Specialists Center has underwritten this event and has purchased all 1200 seats, making tickets available to the public at no charge. About Lucie Ticho: Ticho began a love of cello at age 2, and has studied with Roosevelt University’s Tanya Carey for over 12 years. She is principal cellist (and a member for eight years) with the award-winning Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra and
Dear Loyal Patients and Friends,
Please be our guest at a special concert given by Lucie Ticho, with reception following. This will be Lucie’s last Chicago performance before she heads east to study in a combined Columbia-Juilliard program (BA from Columbia, Masters from Juilliard), an honor given to just 12 musicians this year. Click here for event details.