Nature on Tap! The Sounds of Summer – Music of the Night, September 7

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

6-9:00 PM

Wednesday, September 7

2430 N. Cannon Dr., Chicago IL 60614
Phone: 773-755-5100
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Enjoy this monthly opportunity to explore the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum kid-free. Stroll through the exhibits, including the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven, with a craft beer or a glass of wine. Bring your friends and enter the trivia competition or play board games while you listen to live music. Meet some of our resident animals at a live critter connection.

This month’s theme: The Sounds of Summer- Music of the Night

A combination of Midwest Society for Acoustic Ecology members, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Sound students, and local musicians: KG Price (percussion), Jen Hill (cello), Frank Harrer (invented instruments), and Christopher Preissing (flute) will engage you in their nature inspired music.

Join us for a soundwalk led by Eric Leonardson exploring our nighttime soundscape.

There is a symphony to witness outdoors on a summer night- from the wind rustling through the trees to a chorus of cicadas. Learn how nature has been one of the world’s best musical inspirations.