Thursday October 28
Flutronix Premieres Black Being
Program 6:00 pm
Musical duo Flutronix, featuring flutists Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull, presents a new work at The Arts Club, a co-commission between The Arts Club of Chicago and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Titled Black Being, this evening-length performance of original music gives voice to the complexities of black feminism through themes of strength, sacrifice, beauty, fear, and survival. Providing a musical lens into black female cultural realities, Flutronix crafts Black Being around a newly-commissioned text by North Carolina poet laureate Jaki Shelton Green, “…a poet whose work exemplifies how poetry can spark conversation and can help us learn about one another’s lives and unique experiences, which promotes greater understanding.”
$20 per person or pay what you can, tickets sold on a sliding scale
This program is open to the public, and we want to make sure that anyone who genuinely wants to attend is able. Please consider paying $20 if that is within your ability.
To enter the in-person program, please be prepared to present an official COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card certifying that you have received a vaccination (photo of card is acceptable) or official documentation of a negative PCR test.