Whenever a really good music performance hits MCA, I’m there. And this is a really good bunch of performers. And I would even pay for this. What?! Yes. I said it. Now go enjoy.
“In 2006, Chicago-based non-profit Harold Arts initiated its summer residency program on a tree farm in rural Ohio, creating a sylvan hideaway where musicians and visual artists can delve into their work in a collaborative atmosphere. The organization gathers the residents’ musical output on an annual compilation album, but they also program concerts throughout the year at venues like the Empty Bottle. For the latest installment of the MCA’s monthly local music showcase, Harold Arts presents Action Steps, a multimedia performance featuring compositions by Samuel Ng of Brilliant Pebbles. Tonight’s hour-long set calls on a cast of Harold residents, including Frank Van Duerm, Fred Wells, Ben Carver, and some special guests.”
Cost: Frugal Free!
When: Tuesday Mar 24 (6:30–7:30pm)
Where: MCA, Museum of Contemporary Art , 220 E Chicago Ave, Chicago
Neighborhood: Streeterville (Downtown Near the Water Tower Building).
Time: 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour.
Getting There: CTA: Redline to Chicago Avenue. Walk 4 0r 5 blocks east. Bus: 151,147, get off on Michigan & Chicago – walk 2 blocks east.