Archive for September, 2014

Critic’s Choice

Riccardo Muti kicks off his fifth season as music director of […]

Sep 18, 2014
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At 25, Chicago Philharmonic is looking to a bright and adventurous future under Scott Speck

Some call it the best kept secret in Chicago. Many of […]

Sep 16, 2014
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Collaborative Arts Festival closes with Schumann and Brahms for all

In his remarks to the audience during Sunday afternoon’s concert at […]

Sep 15, 2014
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COT’s worthy revival of Bloch’s “Macbeth” undone by distracting video and unkind cuts

The Andreas Mitisek era at Chicago Opera Theater has been one […]

Sep 14, 2014
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Michelle DeYoung illuminates a wide range of lieder at Collaborative Arts Festival

As music lovers count the days until the opening of the […]

Sep 13, 2014
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Collaborative Arts Festival leads off with intimate Schumann evening

The high-profile events that usually mark the start of a new […]

Sep 12, 2014
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From Adams to Zorn, Chicago’s music season brings a wealth of riches across all genres

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Lyric Opera remain healthy and vibrant. […]

Sep 08, 2014
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Critic’s Choice

The vocal recital is less of a locally endangered species thanks […]

Sep 08, 2014
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Lyric Opera sparks its own fireworks at Millennium Park

Navy Pier’s final fireworks of the summer may have intruded on […]

Sep 07, 2014
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CSO’s new chief: a consensus guy, eager to hit the ground running

When the Chicago Symphony Orchestra opens its season September 18, all […]

Sep 06, 2014
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