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Uchida no4 © DeccaJustin Pumfrey

Uchida plays Mozart and Schubert

Schubert’s “Trout” Quintet forms the foundation of this program, which is given over to works for a smaller-than-usual Chicago Symphony Orchestra.


Susanna Mälkki conducts Sibelius, Stravinsky and more

Finnish conductor Susanna Mälkki and violinist Leila Josefowicz anchor this 20th-century program (from October 2013) with an ebullient reading of Stravinsky’s Violin Concerto.

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,…


De Waart conducts Brahms

The symphonies of Brahms were the first recordings ever purchased by conductor Edo de Waart, he says in an interview…


Van Zweden and Weilerstein in Shostakovich and Prokofiev

This all-new program features Prokofiev’s hybrid showcase for the cello, his Symphony-Concerto, and Shostakovich’s jaunty Symphony No. 9.

Beyond the Score Schoenberg Pierrot lunaire

‘The Soldier’s Tale’ and ‘Pierrot lunaire’

We have two dramatic, chamber-sized works on this program, with soprano Kiera Duffy as the anguished soloist in Schoenberg’s Pierrot…

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

CSO Radio listings, October-December 2015

In the upcoming months, we will have large works (Mahler’s Seventh Symphony, Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony) and small ones (by Rameau…

CSO bassoons, horns and trombones play during the first movement of the Berlioz on Tuesday night.

CSO Radio Listings, January-March 2016

Coming up in the new year, we will have concerts from last season’s French Festival with Yo-Yo Ma, Esa-Pekka Salonen,…

Trifonov and Bychkov play Rachmaninov

Bychkov conducts Bruckner

Muti conducts Tchaikovsky

Muti conducts the ‘Pathétique’

Van Zweden conducts Beethoven 5 / Goerne sings Strauss

Petrenko conducts Rachmaninov (with Paul Lewis)

Metzmacher conducts Shostakovich

Honeck conducts Beethoven 7

Commentaries on Arnold Jacobs’ influence, playing and teaching

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