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Yuja Wang, a rising pianist in accelerando mode

The classical world boasts an abundance of young keyboard dynamos, but few if any have risen more quickly than Chinese-born pianist Yuja Wang. One of her earliest triumphs came in 2003, when she made ...
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New on CSO Radio: De Waart conducts Brahms 4

Final symphonies by Mozart and Brahms are featured in this program, led by Dutch conductor Edo de Waart.
The painting Chariot Race by Alexander von Wagner

Your chariot of ‘Ben-Hur’ trivia awaits

In the annals of cinema history, few films have been as epic...
Vladimir Jurowski leads the London Philharmonic Orchestra. | Photo by Robert Torres

The world’s leading ensembles set for SCP Orchestra Se...

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra might be the star attraction ...
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Tchaikovsky and Garth Brooks: two of a kind, workin’ on a ...

The big names in autumn concerts here are Piotr Tchaikovsky...
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Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, ‘through struggle to th...

Jean-François Lesueur, Berlioz’s first teacher, said that...
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Bluegrass meets classical in dynamic duo of Chris Thile ...

The mandolin and the double bass are the Laurel and Hardy of...
Maestro Muti conducts a suite from Prokofiev's "Romeo and Juliet" on Monday night.

‘Romeo’ evokes CSO’s long legacy with Prok...

This autumn’s eagerly awaited CSO Resound release of music...
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Sir Andrzej Panufnik, through the years, in photos

This year marks the centennial of composer-conductor Sir And...
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Members of the ‘odd instrument club’ out in forc...

Symphony Center has long been a haven for violin virtuosos l...