When COVID-19 shut down live music last March, Jon Mueller was among the many musicians who found himself with an empty schedule. The Wisconsin-based percussionist found some time during lockdown to clean out his closet, where he found a box of unmarked CD-Rs that bore recorded evidence of music he’d made in the past and […]
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You can do better than an iTunes gift card
Perhaps the music lovers in your life would enjoy 23 CDs of the Isley Brothers, two decades of the Staple Singers, or a half century of rural southern sounds from County Records.
Turning Pritzker Pavilion into a second kind of art
Olivia Block’s installation “Sonambient Pavilion” honors a neglected public sculpture by Harry Bertoia—and the untapped potential of Millennium Park’s huge sound system.