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Chicago Jazz Festival Schedule - Sunday, September 6, 2015

Chicago Jazz Festival  >  Chicago Jazz Festival Schedule - September 6


Cyrille Aimée  Millennium Park, Jay Pritzker Pavilion Muhal Richard Abrams

The complete Chicago Jazz Festival schedule for Sunday, September 6 is listed below.

Admission is FREE.


(schedule is subject to change)


Millennium Park

201 E. Randolph St.  

Chicago Community Trust Young Jazz Lions Pavilion (Harris Theater Rooftop Terrace)

  • 11:30am–12 Noon - Taft Jazz ComboKenwood Academy High School Jazz Ensemble
  • 12:15–12:45pm - Northside College Prep Jazz Combo
  • 1-1:40pm - Pritzker High School Jazz Ensemble
  • 1:55–2:35pm - Thornridge High School Jazz Ensemble
  • 2:50–3:30pm - Northern Illinois University Jazz Ensemble
  • 3:45–4:25pm - Kenwood Academy High School Jazz Ensemble celebrates AACM 50th with Tomeka Reid 

Von Freeman Pavilion (South Promenade)                                                           

  • 12 Noon–12:55pm - Jordan Baskin TrioBob Dogan (Photo by: Bill Klewitz)
  • 1:10–2:05pm - Elaine Dame
  • 2:20–3:15pm - Ryan Shultz Quintet
  • 3:30–4:30pm - Robert Irving III Generations

Jazz and Heritage Pavilion (North Promenade)

  • 12:30–1:30pm - Bob Dogan Quintet
  • 2–3pm - Bill McFarland and the Chicago Horns
  • 3:30–4:30pm - Steve and Iqua Colson - "40 Steve and Iqua Colson (Photo by: Mikel Colson)Years in the Moment" featuring Reggie Workman, Marlene Rice and Dushun Mosley

Jay Pritzker Pavilion

  • 5–5:50pm - Jeff Parker Trio
  • 6–6:55pm - Jane Bunnett & Manqueque
  • 7:10–8:10pm - Cyrille Aimée
  • 8:30-9:30pm - Muhal Richard Abrams’ Experimental Band with Roscoe Mitchell, Henry Threadgill, Wadada Leo Smith, Amina Claudine Jane Bunnett & ManquequeMeyers, George Lewis, Leonard Jones, Thurman Barker, Reggie Nicholson and LaRoy Wallace McMillan



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