Golden Hour featuring Dreaming/Being

november, 2022

thu17nov5:00 pmthu8:00 pmGolden Hour featuring Dreaming/BeingRSVP BELOW


(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Epiphany Center For The Arts: Epiphany Hall

201 S Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60607


Must be 21+

Event Details

Join us in the Cafe/Bar Wednesday thru Saturday starting at 5 PM - 8PM

Golden Hour at Epiphany Center for the Arts is accentuated by free live music with food and drink specials, and, good friends… creating a magical aura that will help you, our valued patron, wind down or up your day!

Live Music from Dreaming/Being 5 PM - 8 PM (FREE ADMISSION)

Golden Hour Specials

- $4 craft beer

- ½ priced bottle of wine

- Delicious 2 for 1 lite bites

Golden Hour specials end at 8 PM but live music continues until 10 PM/10:30PM in the The Sanctuary 

(Check calendar for upcoming performances).


Timothy Hagen is an internationally acclaimed performer, composer, scholar, and educator. His flute playing has been praised for "technical virtuosity and musical sensitivity" (NewMusicBox) and "real flair" (The Well-Tempered Ear), and he has been a prizewinner at multiple major flute competitions, including the Myrna Brown Artist Competition (First Prize and Best Performance of the Commissioned Composition), Australian International Flute Competition (Second Prize), and Pasadena Showcase House Instrumental Competition (Jack Smith Award for Most Promising Talent). As a soloist, Hagen has appeared in concert at New York’s 92nd Street Y and Lincoln Center in addition to multiple concerto performances with the Missouri Symphony. He is Principal Flute of the Dubuque Symphony and was Principal Flute of the Missouri Symphony from 2009-2016. Additionally, he has performed with orchestras across the country, including the Minnesota Orchestra, San Antonio Symphony, Eugene Symphony, Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, and Dallas Wind Symphony. His experience as a chamber musician includes fellowships at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival and Atlantic Music Festival. In addition to his experience as a performer, Dr. Hagen’s compositions are performed by professional musicians across the country and have frequently won prizes from the National Flute Association (USA) since 2018. Both his music and his pedagogical writings are published under the Owl Glass Music imprint, and his scholarly work has appeared in the journals of the National Flute Association and British Flute Society.
As an educator, Dr. Hagen has worked with all ages and experience levels, having served on the music faculties of the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Oklahoma State University, in addition to significant experience as a teaching artist and workshop facilitator with esteemed institutions such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Lincoln Center Education, and Dallas Symphony. His students have found success as performers, collegiate and private flute instructors, public school teachers, historians, and scientists. He is forever indebted to his teachers, including Marianne Gedigian, Jim Walker, Philip Dunigan, Renée Siebert, Tadeu Coelho, Chelsea Czuchra, Felicia McNaught, and Tina Ballard.
Collaborative Pianist Ben Corbin maintains an active schedule as a performer, teacher, and masterclass clinician. He was awarded top prizes in the Phi Beta Music Competition, OMTA Piano Competition, and the Coeur d’Alene Symphony Young Artists’ Competition. Described as an “incisive” pianist (Colorado Springs Gazette) and praised for his “sensitive keyboard work” (The Virginia Pilot), Ben has also been featured on classical radio KMFA in Austin, TX, WFMT Chicago, WHRO in Virginia. He has had the privilege of performing at Taiwan’s National Concert Hall and on the Dame Myra Hess International Concert Series, as well as concerto soloist with the Hampton Roads Philharmonic, the Chesapeake Bay Wind Ensemble, the Virginia Symphony Chamber Orchestra, the University of Oregon Symphony Orchestra, and the Christopher Newport University Wind Ensemble.

Dr. Corbin holds degrees in Piano Performance from the University of Oregon and Collaborative Piano from The University of Texas at Austin. Ben was awarded fellowships in collaborative piano at the Brevard Music Center and the Colorado College Summer Music Festival. He has served as a member of the Collaborative Piano staff at the Meadowmount School of Music in New York, the International Clarinet Festival of Panamá, the Torggler Summer Vocal Institute, and New England Music Camp. Dr. Corbin is currently the Assistant Professor of Piano and Collaborative Arts at Christopher Newport University, where he also serves as the Director of Keyboard Studies.

Valet parking is now available! $15 per car, service located on Ashland Ave. in front of the venue. 

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