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Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Millennium Park 55 N Michigan Ave, Chicago 312.742.7638. grantparkmusicfestival.com

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The Grant Park Music Festival is the nation’s only remaining free, outdoor classical music series. Each summer, the festival is committed to providing free classical music to all of Chicago in its new venue.

MICHIGAN CITY CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL CELEBRATES ITS DECADE ANNIVERSARY AUG. 16 - NOON “Concert for Children by Children” featuring performances by Children’s Choir, student Violin Choir, and other area student performers at Michigan City Public Library. AUG. 17 - 7:30 P.M. Quintet for Clarinet and Strings - W.A. Mozart; “Waldstein” piano sonata - L.v. Beethoven; and following intermission, Quintet for Clarinet and Strings - Johannes Brahms, at First Presbyterian Church, Michigan City. AUG. 18 - NOON A children’s concert with a piano trio and narrator featuring selections like “HakenPalooza!!!,” “The Sick Frog,” “The Animals Which Escaped from the Zoo” and String Quartet and narrator performing “Kinderquartet” at Michigan City Public Library. AUG. 19 - 3 P.M. Mephisto Waltz - Franz Liszt; 2011 Harold A. Smith Memorial Competition Winners; and following intermission the Quartet for the End of Time - Olivier Messaien, at First Presbyterian Church, Michigan City.

WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF CHAMBER MUSIC?

• Must be a small group of featured musicians, at least two but no more than twelve. • Concerts must only highlight scripted music, never improvised.

AUG. 20 - NOON A children’s concert featuring “Opera and all that Stuff” with operatic arias with fun interaction at Michigan City Public Library. All events are free. For more information, visit mccmf.org or call 219.879.1901. -PHILIP POTEMPA

• All of the featured musicians must have near equal participation during the concert.

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Jun 24-28 St. Thomas More Fest, 8501 Calumet Ave, Munster. 219.836.8610. stmfundays.com. This annual festival features rides, games, food and entertainment for the entire family. Jul 9 Saddle-Up Soiree—Lubeznik Center for the Arts Annual Benefit, 5pm, Firefly Farm, 0333 S 700 W, LaPorte. 219.874.4900. lubeznikcenter.org. A spectacular evening featuring performances by Loose Strings and Cadillac Casanovas, equestrian riding demonstrations, a chuck wagon dinner, silent auctions and line dancing will support the Center’s community outreach, education and exhibits. Jul 9-10 Garden Walk, 9am-5pm, Gardens on the Prairie, 3242 W 169th Ave, Lowell. 219.696.8282. lowellgardenclub.com. This event brings together myriad garden designs provided by local residents, landscapers and businesses. Jul 15-17 Gary’s South Shore Air Show, noon4pm, Gary/Chicago Airport, Gary. garyairshow.com. Air show performers will return to the skies of Lake Michigan to wow and amaze the public in the 12th year of this show. Jul 20-24 Festival of the Lakes, Wolf Lake, George Lake, Lake Michigan, Hammond. 219.853.6378. festivalofthelakes.com. Musical acts such as the Whispers, Nomad Planets, the Don Manin Quartet, 38 Special and Bunkertown will headline this event. Multiple venues throughout Hammond and Whiting will feature food, games, boat rides and free entrance to all concerts. Jul 23 John Auten Program, 11am, Old Courthouse steps, Washington and Lafayette St, downtown South Bend. 574.235.9664. centerforhistory.org. This event pays tribute to the Civil War and its soldiers. The Sons of Union

Veteran’s Commander-in-Chief will give the keynote address followed by a procession to the South Bend Cemetery, where a new Auten headstone will be dedicated. Other activities include a wreath-laying ceremony and proclamation presentation. Jul 29-31 Pierogi Fest, 11am-10pm Fri-Sat, 11am-5pm Sun, 119th St, Whiting. 877.659.0292. pierogifest.net. A truly one-of-a-kind festival, this tribute to Whiting’s ethnic heritage offers authentic Polish food, ethnic dancers, a beer garden and the Polka Parade.

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Through Aug Weekly Summer Concerts, 7-8pm Wed, 7-9pm Thu, 6pm Sun, Riverfront Amphitheater, 10 Sycamore St, Niles. 269.687.4332. nilesmainstreet.org. The Wednesday night concerts at the amphitheater have been in existence for more than 10 years and now the Summer Concert season also includes Thursday and Sundays. Through Oct 2 Antiques on the Bluff, 10am3pm every Sun, Lake Bluff Park, St. Joseph. sjtoday. org. Held along the tree-lined Lake Bluff Park, overlooking Lake Michigan, this antique show is the premier event for antiquers and collectors around Southwest Michigan. This event offers free parking and no admission. Through Oct 16 Jazz on a Summers Day, The Lakeside Inn, 15251 Lakeshore Rd, Lakeside. 269.469.0600. lakesideinns.com. This event features uncompromising jazz and creative improvised music in a rural setting. Jul 24: Vincent Chancey, Ronnie Burrage, Ed Wilkerson, Brian Smith; Aug 21: Fareed Haque, Aug 28: Kevin Coval/ Vinx’ Soul Kitchen songwriting workshop; Sept 18: Renee Baker Mantra Blue Free Orchestra; Oct 16: Edward Wilkerson, Scott Hesse and Tomeka Reid. Jul 3 53rd Annual Summer Art Fair, 10am-6pm,

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Jul 29-31 Saugatuck Venetian Festival, 5:30pmmidnight Fri, 10am-10pm Sat, 10:30am-2:30pm Sun, various locations, Saugatuck. 616.886.1162. saugatuckvenetianfestival.com. This festival is filled with family fun and entertainment including ‘80s music, face painting, an art fair, poker games, a classic car show, and boat parade.

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Through Jul 25 Downtown Sound—New Music Mondays, 6:30pm every Mon, Millennium Park, 201 E Randolph, Chicago. 312.742.1168. millenniumpark.org. The highly anticipated free music series returns to Millennium Park featuring an eclectic mix of music discoveries, cutting-edge indie rock, pop bands and rock veterans. Jun 20: Kings Go Forth, Ben L’Oncle Soul; Jun 27: Low; Jul 4: Seefeel, Cave; Jul 11: Delicate Steve, Bombino; Jul 18: Blonde Redhead; Jul 25: Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Rachel Ries.

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Jul 9-10 50th Annual Krasl Art Fair, 10am-6pm Sat, 10am-5pm Sun, Lake Bluff Park, downtown St. Joseph. 269.983.0271. krasl.org. In addition to fine arts and crafts—including drawings/ pastels, paintings, prints, jewelry, sculpture, pottery, photography and more—there will be food and music all weekend at this highly anticipated annual event.

Through Jul Chicago Neighborhood Bus Tour, Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E Washington, Chicago. 312.744.6630. cityofchicago.org. Discover Chicago’s diverse communities during half-day bus excursions that highlight the history, traditions and people of Chicago. Tours begin at the Cultural Center. Jul 9: Avondale, Old Irving and the Villa.

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Stanley Johnson Park, Dyckman Ave, South Haven. 269.637.1041. southhaven.org. This popular event will showcase wonderful works of art from local artists from surrounding states.

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• An intimate musical concert with the audience being addressed and included with discussion during the performance.

AUG. 19 - 7:30 P.M. Trio for Clar, Vla, and Pno, “Kegelstatt” - W.A. Mozart; Souvenir de Florence for String Sextet - P.I. Tchaikovsky; and following intermission, selected Operatic Arias, at First Presbyterian Church, Michigan City.

The information presented in Essential Events is accurate as of press time, but readers are encouraged to call ahead to verify the dates and times. Please note that Illinois and most Indiana events adhere to central time, and Michigan events are eastern time.

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AUG. 15 - 7:30 P.M. Trio for Strings Sergei Taneiev; Knoxville: Summer of 1915 - Samuel Barber; and following intermission, String Quartet #8, Opus 110 - Dmitri Shostakovich, all at First Presbyterian Church, Michigan City.

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AUG. 13 - 7:30 P.M. Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major, “Kreutzer” - L.v. Beethoven; Concerto for 5-string Viola Pomposa - Rudolf Haken; and following

intermission, Quintet for Piano and Strings, “Trout” - Franz Schubert, all at First Presbyterian Church, Michigan City.

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More than 550 guests attended this annual event, which raised nearly $1 million for artistic and community programming. The Gala included a showcase of scenes from the production of The Hot L Baltimore, followed by a cocktail reception, gourmet dinner, and live auction at Blackhawk on Halsted.

Jun 22: Regina Carter Reverse Thread Project Jun 24-25: Latin Works for Orchestra Jun 28-30: American A Cappella Jul 1-2: Mahler Song of the Earth Jul 3: Independence Celebration Jul 6: American and Russian Landscapes Jul 8-9: Spanish Guitar and Alondra de la Parra Jul 13: Broadway Rocks Jul 15-16: Penderecki Conducts Penderecki Jul 20: Kwame Ryan Jul 22-23: Choral Masterpieces—Bernstein and Faure Jul 27: Prokofiev Symphony 7 Jul 29-30: Sibelius Epic Finland

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hen Nic Orbovich helped co-found Michigan City’s Annual Chamber Music Festival a decade ago, he already knew this was an event that would last. Ten years later, Orbovich, a concert violinist from Michigan City and still carrying the title of festival director, is the man leading thirteen musicians and guiding the way through nine days of programming for the decade-anniversary festival August 13-22. “I moved to Michigan City just a short time after we launched this festival, and I had just come here after living in Chicago,” Orbovich says. “There was so much great art, theater and culture here, but not much in the way of musical experiences for audiences. And that’s how this festival came to be.” Orbovich says he and the other cofounders met while he was with his wife at another music festival in Hot Springs, Arkansas. “Even though the other co-founders weren’t from Michigan City, they were familiar with our area because one of the founders’ parents lives in the Long Beach area,” Orbovich says. The anniversary festival schedule includes a variety of programming:

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