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Concerts and Events Calendar

  • DePaul Symphony OrchestraCliff Colnot, conductor Contributing to Chicago’s rich and cultural landscape, the DePaul Symphony Orchestra rehearses and performs in the DePaul Concert Hall on the Lincoln...
    Location: Concert Hall
  • Ensemble 20+ at Galina Ustvolskaya FestivalThe Chicago Ustvolskaya Festival is a three-day immersion into Galina Ustvolskaya’s powerful and intense music, October 5-7, 2017. Named "the woman with the hammer," (Elmer...
  • Creatives = EntrepreneursCharles Adler, co-founder Kickstarter and founder of Lost Arts, keynotes this event designed for DePaul students and alumni in the arts and creative industries. Panelists...
  • DePaul Wind EnsembleCliff Colnot, conductor The DePaul Wind Ensemble consists of thirty student musicians who perform repertoire of the highest quality by outstanding composers. Instrumentation...
    Location: Concert Hall
  • Oct 11 8pm Ensemble 20+
    Ensemble 20+ Michael Lewanski, conductor ​​​The DePaul Concert Orchestra studies and performs a diverse range of works—standard repertoire to new music, from the 18th to the 21st...
    Location: Concert Hall
  • DePaul Concert Orchestra​​Michael Lewanski, conductor ​​​The DePaul Concert Orchestra studies and performs a diverse range of works—standard repertoire to new music, from the 18th to the 21st...
    Location: Concert Hall
  • DePaul Chamber Choir and Concert ChoirEric Esparza, conductor Michael McElvain, pianist​​ DePaul Chamber Choir, DePaul’s most select choral ensemble, is a 45-voice ensemble, dedicated to the rehearsal and...
    Location: Concert Hall
  • DePaul Wind SymphonyErica Neidlinger, conductor Conducted by Erica Neidlinger, DePaul Wind Symphony consists of 55-60 outstanding wind players who perform a repertoire chosen from a variety of...
    Location: Concert Hall
  • Graduate Recital: Jia Zeng, violaDePaul School of Music hosts student recitals throughout the academic year. Program information will be made available closer to the concert date.
    Location: Recital Hall
  • DePaul Opera Theatre Presents: The Turn of the ScrewHarry Silverstein, director Written in 1954, The Turn of the Screw is the last of Benjamin Britten’s chamber operas, based on the gothic horror novella of the same title. A...
    Location: Concert Hall

For a full listing of School of Music events by month, click here.​​​