Golden Hour featuring Iva Ugrčić & Satoko Hayami

march, 2023

thu16mar5:00 pmthu8:00 pmGolden Hour featuring Iva Ugrčić & Satoko HayamiFREE ADMISSION | RSVP 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 & Epiphany Hall 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 Iva Ugrcic & Satoko Hayami 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).

About Dr. Iva Ugrčić - flute: 

Named the "Musician of the Year 2018" by the Well-Tempered Ear, Serbian flutist Dr. Iva Ugrčić is one of the most exciting and adventurous flutists in the international pantheon. Described as “a natural star on her instrument,” Iva has been featured at numerous festivals and concerts around the world.

Recipient of the prestigious Roussel Scholarship (Paris) and Collins Fellowship (America), Iva enjoys a unique and versatile career as a flutist, educator, entrepreneur, and music advocate. Since moving to the USA, Iva won multiple solo and chamber competitions as well as business awards for her exceptional entrepreneurial skills. Most recently, Iva was named BRAVA Magazine’s ‘Women to Watch 2022.”

As an entrepreneur, Iva is the Founder & CEO/Artistic Director of LunART, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support, promote, and celebrate all women in the arts. In 2022, she received the Silver Lining Award for her outstanding leadership and creative endeavors.

About Satoko Hayami - piano: 

A native of Japan, Satoko Hayami (she/her), DMA, is an active pianist and teaching artist, whose works explore music as an act of empowerment and empathy. Satoko regularly collaborates with diverse partners including vocalists and instrumentalists, composers, interdisciplinary artists, and community organizations. A versatile pianist, also performing on harpsichord and toy piano, Satoko has performed and taught solo and chamber music all over the world, most notably, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, and Canada, as well as throughout the United States. A passionate performer of new music, she co-founded Sound Out Loud Collective, a contemporary chamber ensemble, which won the first prize in Chamber Music Performance, American Prize in 2018. She serves as a lecturer in collaborative piano at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and is on the piano faculty at Beloit College. Satoko is also an interdisciplinary artist-teacher at Madison Japanese Language School, and Community Engagement Coordinator at LunART Inc. in Madison, Wisconsin.


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