||Collaborate Arts Institute to mark 10th anniversary
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Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago ( CAIC ), 7409 N. Greenview Ave., is celebrating its 10th-anniversary season with fall offerings that include the annual Collaborative Works Festival, two recitals as part of the Lieder Lounge series and the first installment of a Polish song workshop.
The festival's remaining concerts ( on Oct. 16 and 23 ) will feature the work of women composers in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Also, a Friday, Dec. 4, concert will feature Lieder Lounge features Chicago native and Grammy Award—winning tenor Karim Sulayman with fortepianist Yi-heng Yang.
Lastly, as part of CAIC's fall educational programming, on Saturday, Nov. 7, Polish-American conductor, keyboardist and Fulbright Fellowship recipient Michael Pecak will give a lecture on the history and performance of Polish art song.
See CAIChicago.org .
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