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We celebrate Riccardo Muti’s 13th and culminating season as the CSO’s tenth music director.
Tenor Nicholas Phan sings the role of the Evangelist.
Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider returns to the CSO in Poulenc’s Concerto in G Minor for Organ, Strings, and
Timpani and Saint-Saëns’s Symphony No. 3, featuring Cameron Carpenter.
Pianist Zoltán Fejérvári wows with the Bach Partita in B-flat Major, and the Escher String Quartet gives a fantastic performance of Dvorak’s String Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 51.
New York Philharmonic Principal Cellist Carter Brey performs Dvořák’s Cello Concerto under the baton of Alan Gilbert.
Anna Rakitina makes her debut with the CSO leading an all-Tchaikovsky program.
The Evanston-based festival’s music director shares a history and previews the upcoming concerts that launch the organization’s golden anniversary.
From Oslo, an all-Bach program performed by Barokkanerne, Scandinavia’s first independent professional baroque orchestra.
An interview with the artist in advance of his performances with Music of the Baroque next month.
Live From WFMT welcomes violinist Philippe Quint and pianist Jessica Choe as they celebrate the music and legacy of Johann Sebastian Bach, who was born March 21, 1685.
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.
A conversation with Lucy Bright about the ethical considerations of music supervision, Tár’s most surprising musical Easter eggs, and more.
Stanley Chapel is capable of remembering and applying thousands of algorithms to solve a Rubik’s Cube and performing one of Johann Sebastian Bach’s violin sonatas from memory.
One of the foremost interpreters of J.S. Bach, shares his approach to singing what is considered to be the most technically and intellectually challenging music in the vocal repertoire.
In an array of stimulating and soothing music, give your walk a melodic backdrop or clear your mind for some deep thinking.
A rich blend of music for calm, conversation, and of course, caffeine.
Bach wrote a lot of music! Here’s where to start…
The lineup represents the “most ambitious season in recent history,” according to executive director Declan McGovern.
Music of the Baroque today announced its plans for a 2021-22 season, the venerable Chicago area ensemble’s 51st.
All day long, tune in to hear WFMT’s celebration of Johann Sebastian Bach, who was born on this date in 1685.
Chicago Musical Pathways Initiative aims to diversify American orchestras by preparing promising young artists from underrepresented communities for careers in music.
Does Bach rock your socks? Do you think you know the music of the contrapuntal master, J.S. Bach, himself? See how well you know Bach’s “The Well-Tempered Clavier,” one of the foundational works of classical music and of keyboard literature.
Are you a revolutionary like Beethoven, or are you obsessive like Berlioz? Take this quiz to see which symphonic master you most resemble.
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma will perform J.S. Bach’s six cello suites live as a memorial for those we have lost in the pandemic and a tribute to the resilience of our communities.