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Trifonov Plays Prokofiev, October 2018 (CSO)

Tickets and More Information Options for Program Books and Program Notes Our ushers will present you with a printed program…

Andrés Orozco-Estrada reflects on his emotional bond with Mahler

Andrés Orozco-Estrada finds himself in a month of Mahler. At the Houston Symphony, he opened his fifth season as music…

Semyon Bychkov salues the centennial of Czech independence

Led by Semyon Bychkov, the Czech Philharmonic opens the 2018-19 SCP Orchestras series, with a concert Nov. 4 featuring violinist…

Torn again: How James Whale and Franz Waxman made a monster score

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra presented the world-premiere “live” performance of Franz Waxman’s score to James Whale’s “Bride of Frankenstein” (1935) during…

The CSO’s centennial season of concerts for children

REFLECT | RESPOND | REMIX — The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s centennial season of concerts for children 2018–19 marks the hundredth…

The CSOA Celebrates the Anniversary of Education and Engagement Initiative

This season marks the ten-year anniversary of the Institute for Learning, Access, and Training, known as the Negaunee Music Institute…

Happy birthday, Theodore Thomas!

Wishing a very happy birthday to our founder and first music director Theodore Thomas on the occasion of his 183rd…

Beethoven remains a musical touchstone for pianist Paul Lewis

Few of today’s leading pianists are more identified with the music of Ludwig van Beethoven than Paul Lewis. The British…

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