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  • Covering the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Europe

    Covering the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Europe
    This assignment has been a blast if also a tricky one. I've been shadowing the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for the past two weeks like some sort of classical music Deadhead. I've been traveling separately (all via train within Europe -- from Salzburg,...
  • Classically Trained: For first time in decades, Chicago Symphony coming to O.C.

    Next week's classical lineup features music in a much-lauded concert hall and music played by America's (arguably) greatest orchestra. A chamber group comprised of musicians from the Pacific Symphony will be performing at Soka University's wonderful...
  • Classically Trained: Chicago Symphony makes stop in Costa Mesa

    It was the kind of concert that you walked in thinking about, underwent intermission thinking about and left thinking about, too. That's because the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's single-night, stop-on-the-tour performance Feb. 17 in Costa Mesa wasn't...
  • Music review: Pierre Boulez and a certain Chicago flutist in New York

     
    NEW YORK -- Pierre Boulez, who will turn 85 in March, has slowed slightly. He was here in concerts with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Saturday and Sunday nights at Carnegie Hall, and his purposeful, businesslike walk on and off stage......
  • Chicago Symphony's first season under Riccardo Muti

     
    The Chicago Symphony Orchestra has been without a music director for close to four years. Starting in September, that will all change when conductor Riccardo Muti assumes the top artistic post of the venerated institution. On Thursday afternoon, the...
  • New York and its new musical director

     
    Alan Gilbert???s first gala opening concert as music director at Avery Fisher Hall received the classic mixed reviews from the East Coast press. ???It was a great beginning,??? concluded Anthony Tommasini in his New York Times review. ???It was a......
  • A vote of Grammy confidence in 'America'

    A vote of Grammy confidence in 'America'
    The classical Grammy voters, whoever and however many they may be among the Recording Academy members, have spoken with one voice. Joan Tower's 13-minute exuberant fantasy, "Made in America," an upbeat, patriotic, bountifully orchestrated fantasy on...