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Across five flagship programs and two additional special events, the series mines chamber repertoire spanning centuries.
The Cleveland-based Baroque orchestra made its Chicago debut in 2016 and has since established a strong presence in the city.
The Chicago early music ensemble will collaborate with Baroque opera specialists, an eminent early music keyboard player, and leading chamber groups in its upcoming season.
The season embarks on explorations of both staples and forgotten gems of Renaissance and Early Music repertoire.
One of Chicago’s most notable and dynamic ensembles has announced its upcoming season.
Including an all-women lineup of respected pianists.
Featuring classical, contemporary, jazz, world music, and performing arts events.
Over six programs, Guarneri will present wide-ranging explorations of chamber music repertoire.
The orchestra’s 2022-2023 season saw seven finalists for its music director position presiding over once concert each.
Special events, dance, and more are on deck for the Auditorium.
Three mainstage operas, three additional special events, and all six titles are Chicago premieres.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s 2023 Ravinia residency features conductor Marin Alsop and a lineup of other leading conductors.
Peruse our ever-updating list of exciting season announcements!
Next year’s lineup of six mainstage operas offers choices for traditional and contemporary opera fans alike.
Concerts featuring Christine Brewer, Brandon Patrick George, and more. But with a music director to be named in the coming months, we will have to wait to see who will conduct them.
Boasting banner works like the Mozart Requiem and Bach’s St. John Passion, the season will feature eight programs performed at venues in and around Chicago.
The season will be the first following the departure of Riccardo Muti as music director. But the maestro will be close at hand as he continues his association with the CSO.
The performance lineup features three mainstage operas; all three titles are rare and represent Chicago premieres.
What music will fill your summer? Grant Park shares its 2023 offerings.