Through partnerships with a number of community organizations, the Logan Center fosters connections between UChicago, its surrounding communities, and the rest of the city. Learn more about the partner organizations below and find opportunities for the young people in your life to nourish and express their love of music.


Hyde Park Youth Symphony

In partnership with the UChicago Department of Music, the Hyde Park Youth Symphony offers two levels of orchestral training: Youth Symphony  and String Orchestra.

Conducted by Music Director Matthew Sheppard, the Youth Symphony (YS) is designed for middle and high school students who demonstrate a high level of music reading ability and technical mastery of their instrument. Students are placed into YS by audition. YS’s repertoire is grounded in a survey of the major periods of classical music, and may also feature works of orchestral jazz, musical theater, and film music. 

Led by Director Lindsay Wright, the String Orchestra (SO) is designed for string and wind players who have sufficient training on their instruments to participate in an orchestra setting. The program focuses on improving students’ music-reading skills, reinforces technical fundamentals, and provides the musical peer motivation that can make such a difference to young players.

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2017 Auditions
Thursday, June 8, 4—9pm
Saturday, June 10,10am—4pm

The Hyde Park Youth Symphony is hosting FREE auditions for the 2017-18 season on June 8 and 10 at the Logan Center for the Arts. Join your friends in rehearsals, workshops, masterclasses, performances and more!

Financial aid and scholarships are available. Register online at thehpys.org/audition.
 


South Side Suzuki Youth Music

South Side Suzuki is a cooperative strings program located in Hyde Park offering music instruction to students students from age 3 to adult. Its faculty are trained in a wide variety of teaching methods and have extensive experience as performers. As an organization, we passionately adhere to Shinichi Suzuki's philosophy that every child can learn to play music. 

Our mission is to foster well-rounded musicianship in our students, focusing on proficient music reading abilities, ensemble skills, confidence and comfort in performance settings, self-awareness around the processes of learning and practicing, knowledge of music theory and different musical cultures, and a variety of other skills according to the goals and needs of each student.

In addition to offering private lessons and group classes, we provide regular parent workshops, master classes with well-known performers, music theory classes, joint book recitals, play-down recitals, chamber music classes, and multiple yearly solo performance opportunities. Because of South Side Suzuki's cooperative structure, we are able to offer any combination of programs and opportunities in which there is adequate interest amongst our community.

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Mandala South Asian Performing Arts

Mandala South Asian Performing Arts offers powerful engagement with unique and expert dancers, musicians, storytellers, artists and educators whose origins reach from the Himalayan ranges to the Indian Ocean, from Persia to Indonesia. We connect our audiences with the vibrancy, flavors, and colors of the performing arts traditions of South Asia.  

Bharatanatyam - Classical Indian Dance
Saturdays from 9:30am—11:30am
Logan Center, Room 802
September—June
Ages: 11+ 

Lead by acclaimed arts educator, Pranita Jain Nayar, Mandala Academy offers students an engaging classroom to explore the rhythms and expressions of classical Indian dance.

Cost: $120 for 8 week session

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915 E 60th Street
ChicagoIL 60637


Contact

773.702.ARTS (2787)
logancenter@uchicago.edu


Hours

Mon–Sat, 8am-10pm
Sun: 11am-9pm

UCID card access outside of these hours only for Logan-based faculty, staff, and MFA students with studios, or via special permission. Hours will be extended for special events as needed.

Dec. 24 + Dec. 25: CLOSED/Locked, accessible only by Logan-based Faculty, Staff and DoVA students with Studios
Dec. 26-31: Normal hours
Jan. 1: CLOSED/Locked, accessible only by Logan-based Faculty, Staff and DoVA students with Studios

Logan Media Center
Sunday: 4pm-8pm
Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm
Saturday: 10am-4pm

Dec 8: 9am-5pm
Dec 9-Jan 2: CLOSED

Logan Center Gallery
Mon: Closed
Tue–Sat9 am–9 pm
Sun11 am–9 pm

​Dec 24 and Dec 25: CLOSED

Box Office
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Tue-Sat: 12pm-6pm
Open late during performances.

Dec 8-21: Tue-Sat 12pm-6pm; CLOSED Sunday & Monday
Dec 22-Jan 1: CLOSED

Café Logan
Mon–Fri, 8am-8pm
Sat-Sun: 12pm-8pm

Dec 8: 8am-4pm
Dec 9-22: Mon-Fri: 9am-pm; Saturdays & Sundays: CLOSED
Dec 23-Jan 2: CLOSED