Intersections: Kodály, Clyne, Skoryk, and Tchaikovsky

Kodály’s Dances of Galánta begins the concert, contrasted with Anna Clyne’s DANCE for Cello and Orchestra, featuring cellist Inbal Segev as soloist.

90 Years: Grant Park Music Festival Announces 2024 Season

Another packed summer of live music awaits.

Christmas Around the World

Candice Agree invites you to celebrate the season with a musical holiday journey, filled with carols, holiday folk melodies, and classical Christmas traditions from far and wide.

Guests in the House

This commercial broadcast includes the CSO’s historical recordings led by various guest conductors.

Honeck, Capuçon & Shostakovich 5

Manfred Honeck leads the CSO with a US Premiere of Auerbach’s Concerto for Cello and Orchestra (a CSO co-commission) featuring Gautier Capuçon.

Maestro Maazel

A retrospective on Lorin Maazel, the Philharmonic’s former music director, and his seven-decade relationship with the orchestra.

6 Unforgettable Composer Friendships

Whether bosom buddies or esteemed colleagues, there’s no doubt that these composers enjoyed genuine friendships that would influence their personal and professional lives.