Wet Ink

Wet Ink ensemble

October 2, 2021 | 7:30PM
Logan Center Performance Hall

Named “The Best Classical Music Ensemble of 2018” by The New York Times, Wet Ink’s work is rooted in an ethos of innovation through collaboration. Wet Ink's collective of composers, performers, and improvisers is known for its dedication to adventurous music making. The group premieres new works by composers Ben Lamar Gay, Maria Kaoutzani, Ted Moore, and Alex Mincek as the opening performance of the Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition’s 2021-22 concert season.

Ben Lamar Gay – Known Better. Still Lit
Maria Kaoutzani – Suburbia (World Premiere)
Ted Moore – Iacunae (World Premiere)
Alex Mincek – So Many Ways

Tickets: $20, students free with ID

Presented in partnership with UChicago Presents and the EAR TAXI FESTIVAL.


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