Chinese Fine Arts Society Celebrates Solstice With Make Music Chicago

MMCHICAGO_4C_Presented by Rush Hour Concerts, Make Music Chicago is a live, free musical celebration across the city that takes place each June 21. Throughout the day, people of all ages and from all backgrounds – beginners, amateurs, professionals, and marquee artists – gather in Chicago’s public spaces to make music of all genres.

Chicago’s Chinese Fine Arts Society presents a musical performance by the 8 Tones Ensemble of traditional Chinese instruments during the grand finale of Make Music Chicago. 7:00pm on Friday June 21 at St. James Cathedral Commons, 65 E. Huron, Chicago.

Since 1984, the Chinese Fine Arts Society, a small, fully-independent arts organization has brought together people from diverse backgrounds over a common goal: to celebrate the beauty and majesty of traditional and contemporary Chinese music and art. CFAS is dedicated to promoting the appreciation of Chinese culture, enhancing cultural exchange and pursuing excellence in Chinese music, dance and visual arts. For further information about the Chinese Fine Arts Society contact 312-369-3197 or [email protected] and visit