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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s 2023 Ravinia residency features conductor Marin Alsop and a lineup of other leading conductors.
The lineup represents the “most ambitious season in recent history,” according to executive director Declan McGovern.
On February 21, Music of the Baroque announced its 2020-2021 season, the ensemble’s 50th.
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When Gabriela Montero left her native Venezuela at the age of eight, she was motivated by the piano, not politics. “At that point, my teacher had left [Venezuela] and I didn’t have anyone I could work with.”
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“I wrote Ex Patria in 2011 to honor the 19,336 victims of homicide that year in Venezuela.”