This week’s concert was followed by a Happy Hour hosted by Fanfare, Rush Hour’s auxiliary board of young professionals, in the adjacent St. James Cafe. The event was an opportunity for concertgoers to network with other young professionals and connect with Fifth House Ensemble artists over refreshments.

Fanfare members Misha Kogan (left), Irina Kogan (center) and Fifth House artist Andrew Williams, violin (right) get to know each other during Fanfare’s post-concert Happy Hour. Fanfare hosts events throughout each summer including wine tastings and post-concert Happy Hours. Watch our website, Facebook, and Twitter for information about upcoming events!

Fifth House member Adam Marks, piano (left), chats with a Rush Hour concertgoer and Fanfare member Bill Nichols (far right). Fanfare helps Rush Hour keep its summer concerts free and open to all through its under-40 challenge program, where all contributions made by people under 40 are generously matched by a major Chicago foundation.

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