Critic’s Choice for 2022-23

Handel: Jephtha. Music of the Baroque/Jane Glover. September 18-19. Moving beyond […]

Sep 05, 2022
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Larry Rachleff, 1955-2022

Larry Rachleff, a fiery conductor and inspiring teacher who was the […]

Aug 12, 2022
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William Jon Gray 1955-2022

William Jon Gray, chorus director of Music of the Baroque from […]

Aug 09, 2022
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Michael Cameron 1959-2022

Michael Joseph Cameron, a music professor, double-bass player and critic, died […]

Jul 25, 2022
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Muti tests negative for Covid, is back on the job with CSO

Riccardo Muti returned to CSO rehearsals Sunday for this week’s season-ending […]

Jun 20, 2022
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MOB hires chorus director; longtime CSO flutist dies

Music of the Baroque has a regular chorus director again for […]

May 04, 2022
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Muti tests positive for Covid; Tuesday’s CSO concert cancelled  

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra announced Monday night that Riccardo Muti had […]

Apr 04, 2022
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Thielemann, Hrůša, Honeck among the podium guests in Muti’s final CSO season

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s 2022-2023 season will be the 13th and […]

Mar 29, 2022
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Mozart operas, populist CSO programs on tap at Ravinia Festival this summer

The Ravinia Festival will present two complete Mozart operas in its […]

Mar 24, 2022
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“St. Matthew Passion,” “Jeptha” highlight MOB’s 2022-23 season

Bach’s epic St. Matthew Passion and a rarely heard Handel oratorio […]

Mar 20, 2022
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