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How Silvestre Revueltas helped to lead Mexico’s music into a new era

Born on the last day of the 19th century, Silvestre Revueltas helped to lead the music of Mexico into a new…

‘That was perfect music-making’: Muti leads Verdi’s Requiem at Salzburg

“When all Italy storms beaches and hotels, Riccardo Muti goes on his annual business trip north,” proclaimed the Vienna Zeitung,…

Video: The soundtrack of a great city

The sounds of a bustling metropolis are set to the music of Respighi’s “Pines of Rome,” as performed by the…

Cellist Kian Soltani lauds his mentors, Daniel Barenboim and Yo-Yo Ma

Kian Soltani, one of classical music’s rising stars, has been earning raves for his impassioned performances. Earlier this year, DC…

CSO Radio: Thomas Søndergård and Alexander Gavrylyuk

This week, conductor Thomas Søndergård and pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk make their debut performances with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Søndergård leads…

Single tickets to all CSOA events available Aug. 9

Single tickets for all 2019-20 events presented by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association go on sale Aug. 9 at 10…

President Mattarella and Muti unite for concert at historic theater in Rimini

On Aug. 3, Italian President Sergio Mattarella attended a special concert conducted by Riccardo Muti in honor of the 70th…

CSO Radio: James Feddeck and Nicholas Angelich

This week, James Feddeck returns to the CSO to lead Dvořák’s Symphony No. 7. The program also includes Beethoven’s Piano…

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