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12/18/15 8:48:33 PM -- Chicago Symphony Orchestra 125th Year.

 CSO’s Merry Merry Chicago with The von Trapps


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If you need a little Christmas (right now), Symphony Center is the place

Though the weather outside is sultry, soon the seasons will change and the holidays will be upon us, as carols…

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125 Moments: 097 Wagner’s Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

In September 1995, Sir Georg Solti led three concert performances of Wagner’s Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg at Orchestra Hall. The…

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Puppeteer Janni Younge crafts a new ‘Firebird,’ no strings attached

Janni Younge believes in the power of puppetry. Although the centuries-old art form might seem passé in a world dominated…

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Paul Lewis reflects on his favorite things, Ligeti, Kleiber — and bagpipes

British pianist Paul Lewis, who will appear twice with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra over the next 10 months, shares some…

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125 Moments: 096 Elisabeth Schwarzkopf

On October 28 and 29, 1954, soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf made her American and Chicago Symphony Orchestra debuts in Richard Strauss’s…

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Gustavo Gimeno one of four conductors making CSO debuts at Ravinia

For up-and-coming conductors, debuts with major orchestras are critical career milestones. If all goes well and they pass muster with…

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Morlot conducts Beethoven’s Eroica

This concert from the 2014/15 season had a few connections to the CSO’s Berlioz to Boulez festival of French music,…

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125 Moments: 095 The Chicago Picasso

On August 15, 1967, more than 50,000 Chicagoans gathered to witness the unveiling of what would quickly become an iconic…

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