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Salle: Chicago Symphony Center

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AdresseChicago
IL IL 60604
États-Unis
Google maps41° 52' 44.054" N 87° 37' 27.847" W
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Esa-Pekka Salonen leads an outstanding Transfigured Night in Chicago

Esa-Pekka Salonen © Benjamin Suomela
Dame Mitsuko Uchida again brought out her outstanding musicality and special charisma in Bartók’s Third Piano Concerto.

Louis Lortie makes a Liszt pilgrimage in Chicago

Louis Lortie © Elias
A knowledgeable and subtle devotee of Franz Liszt, bring the first two cycles of the Années de pèlerinage to Chicago.

Alain Altinoglu and the Chicago Symphony find beauty in rarely trodden territory

Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve
Celebrating its 60th anniversary, the Chicago Symphony Chorus made this evening truly distinctive.

Muti in his element in Italian opera excerpts

Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra © Todd Rosenberg
For the final week of the CSO season, Muti led a stirring program of operatic excerpts by Verdi, Puccini and Mascagni, along with a rarity by Boito.

Mälkki serves a smorgasbord with the Chicago Symphony

Susanna Mälkki © Simon Fowler
A new score by Melinda Wagner, concertante pieces for saxophone and orchestra with Branford Marsalis, and works of Bizet and Debussy comprised Susanna Mälkki’s CSO program, intriguing in its eclecticism.

Valčuha makes Chicago Symphony bow

Juraj Valčuha © Chicago Symphony
Juraj Valčuha’s CSO debut was an evening of diverse repertoire, from Haydn to Strauss (both Johann II and Richard) to Szymanowski, the latter featuring a memorable performance by Christian Tetzlaff.

Blistering Gershwin in Chicago

Inon Barnatan © Marco Borggreve
Jesús López-Cobos returned to the CSO with works of Turina and Dvořák flanking Gershwin’s Concerto in F with Inon Barnatan.

A probing Hammerklavier in Chicago

Murray Perahia © Felix Broede
Murray Perahia’s deeply rewarding recital featured Beethoven’s monolithic Hammerklavier piano sonata, prefaced by works of Bach and Schubert.