Born in Chicago in 1933, Quincy Jones describes his childhood as "rough and scary"—and he has the scars to prove it. But the award-winning composer and film producer also credits his early years in Chicago for "all he has done in his life."
On this free virtual tour, learn more about Quincy Jones as you visit his childhood home and a mural that features his likeness.
NOTE: Due to the violent nature of Jones' backstory, this virtual tour may not be appropriate for children.
Virtual Tour FAQs
How Do I Watch?
This experience takes place on Chicago Movie Tours' Facebook Page. Visit the link at the scheduled time and click PLAY on the live video. (You do not need a Facebook account to watch.)
Can I Get a Reminder?
Sure! If you follow Chicago Movie Tours on Facebook and allow notifications on your device, you will be notified when we go live. If you'd like an email reminder, register here for the event at least 24 hours before it begins.
Can I Watch Later?
Virtual tours may not be available after their livestream. Because Chicago Movie Tours' virtual events often include film clips that may trigger social media censors, Facebook, YouTube, or Twitter may remove the videos after the livestream, even though the material is considered fair use. In short: it's a good idea to watch live.
How Do I Tip?
Nearly all of Chicago Movie Tours' virtual events are FREE to attend! If you'd like to make a donation or tip, you may do so when you register, via our donation page, or directly through Venmo or Paypal. Thank you!
Chicago Movie Tours' virtual and in-person programs incorporate the following to bring the subject matter to life:
• HD video
• Clips and screenshots
• Movie fan magazines
• Animated slideshows
• Expert commentary...and more