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Echoes of his friends, past and present, resonate with McCoy Tyner

Even a novice jazz fan soon notices that the word “legendary” is a favorite adjective among the idiom’s writers and…


Danish composer Hans Abrahamsen wins the Grawemeyer Award

Danish composer Hans Abrahamsen has won the 2016 Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition, one of the most prestigious honors in…

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Tesori and Symphony Store photo shoot
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Service with extra Bravo: The Symphony Store offers gifts in all genres

Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for a music lover? Want to purchase the complete catalog of Chicago Symphony Orchestra recordings?…


‘Home Alone’ owes much of its enduring appeal to John Williams’ score

“Home Alone” burst into public consciousness 25 years ago, and its impact is still being felt as cultural touchstone and…


Chanticleer welcomes Chicago fans to its upcoming SCP concerts

Members of the vocal ensemble Chanticleer send holiday tidings and welcome Symphony Center patrons to the group’s upcoming concerts Dec….

Maria Callas wide

125 Moments: 022 Maria Callas

Maria Callas was scheduled to appear with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the Civic Opera House on January 15, 1957,…


‘Next stop, Brandenburg’: A Green Line Bach Marathon across Chicago’s South Side

KLEO Community Family Life Center, in Chicago’s Washington Park neighborhood, is the last squat shopfront on a vacant stretch of…

Chicago Symphony Orchestra with conductor Bernard Haitink

Haitink conducts Mahler 7

Mahler’s Seventh Symphony features passages of great contrast, from the two introspective Nachtmusik movements to the glorious finale. Bernard Haitink conducts,…

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