Williamson’s Copland sparks CSO program

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is offered a kinda-sorta American program this […]

Mar 24, 2023
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Chicago Sinfonietta marks the month by celebrating women (and Rimsky)

The Chicago Sinfonietta’s third concert program of the season, titled “Unapologetic,” […]

Mar 22, 2023
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Hahn provides a season highlight with intimate and individual Bach

Twenty-five years ago a young violinist made her Chicago debut at […]

Mar 20, 2023
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Paul Hillier, Bella Voce reunite to celebrate choir’s 40th anniversary in style

Andrew Lewis, artistic director of Bella Voce, could hardly have found […]

Mar 20, 2023
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Newberry Consort hits its stride under Malamut with de Lassus

Leadership transitions are a delicate time for any organization, with performing […]

Mar 19, 2023
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Chicago Symphony Chorus takes flight in Orff’s “Carmina Burana”

Finnish conductor Osmo Vänskä and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana both returned […]

Mar 17, 2023
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Dramatic sparks are few in Lyric Opera’s low-energy “Carmen”

Lyric Opera’s most recent attempt at Carmen six years ago proved […]

Mar 16, 2023
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Apollo’s Fire wraps Chicago season in lively style with music of exile

When you attend an Apollo’s Fire concert, you know you’re in […]

Mar 13, 2023
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Chicago a cappella makes a convincing return to classical rep in “From Behind Closed Doors”

In recent seasons, Chicago a cappella has distinguished itself among Chicago’s […]

Mar 06, 2023
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Under Kraemer, MOB’s London program swings like the pendulum do

Longtime Music of the Baroque principal guest conductor Nicholas Kraemer led […]

Feb 28, 2023
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