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Clyne and Beethoven 3, May 2015 (CSO)

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Bychkov conducts Mahler 3

Mahler’s expansive Third Symphony encompasses a vast range of human expression, and this performance features mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink, the women…

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Roger Ebert on the enduring power of Fritz Lang’s ‘Metropolis’

The late film critic Roger Ebert regarded Fritz Lang’s “Metropolis” (1927) as one of the cornerstones of cinema, considering it so important that he added it twice to his pantheon of Great Movies.

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Keith Buncke named CSO’s principal bassoon

Keith Buncke will join the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as its principal bassoon, effective July 6. The appointment was announced May…

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‘Metropolis’ — just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water

On the same day that “San Andreas” — the latest 3-D blockbuster tossing walls of water at rattled cities —…

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How a mentor put composer Marc Mellits on his career path

Some composers are best known for an opera or a string quartet, but thanks to YouTube, Marc Mellits has gained…

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Anna Clyne revives an honored guest, with Yeats set to frets for ‘The Seamstress’

William Butler Yeats’ poem “A Coat” gave Anna Clyne “a brushstroke of an idea” for her violin concerto The Seamstress. “It’s an experiment for me,” says Clyne, the CSO’s Mead co-composer in residence, of the work, which will receive its world premiere May 28, with Jennifer Koh as soloist.

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Dutoit conducts Ravel (with Louis Lortie)

Swiss conductor Charles Dutoit starts and finishes with Ravel in this program, and explores rarely heard works by Vincent d’Indy…

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