“Wentworth,” the hit Australian TV series streaming on Netflix continues to gain fans with its true-to-life plots and its gripping soundtrack.Composer Richard Pleasance talks to Splash about the making of the music of the dark and gritty show.
Musical legend "Dr. John" and his band, "The Nite Trippers" with Sarah Morrow and Nicholas Payton join a great Chicago horn section for his concert "The Spirit of Satch:A Tribute to Louis Armstrong" on November 18th at Symphony Center
"Haunted Hearts", the second concert in the Chicago Philharmonic's "Season of Love", was a pre-Halloween showcase with Jory Vinicour on harpsichord, specially amplified clavinet, spooky readings and more!
In 2016 COTA had the highest ever overall attendance during the race weekend. Over the three-day weekend there was a total record attendance of 269,889 people. Taylor Swift booked her only concert of 2016
If you love the music of Lucia di Lammermoor and have always really wondered what it would look like gorgeously costumed and set in a gray box, you’re in luck. This production is what the Lyric Opera is offering from October 15 to November 6.
"Romeo and Juliet", currently being presented by The Joffrey Ballet at The Auditorium Theater is a brilliant modern ballet, perfectly staged with a great score by Prokofiev beautifully performed by The Chicago Philharmonic
Danish Composer Jacob Groth candidly talks to Splash Magazine about the 'Nordic' sound that has him on high demand in the US. Groth is scoring the long awaited reboot of 90s thriller, Flatliners and the new fantasy series Midnight Texas
The Ear Taxi Festival ran from October 5 through October 10, 2016; on October 7 it opened with a joint presentation by the Chicago Latino Music Festival; it concluded with the season opener of the CSO's MusicNOW series
Guest Conductor James Gaffigan conducted the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in a diverse program showcasing 2 Australian artists- Carl Vine composed "Five Hallucinations" for CSO trombonist Michael Mulcahy
Award-winning playwright, television writer and novelist Theresa Rebeck shares "Seared," commissioned play that pokes fun at trials and tribulations of star chef, partner and staff when growing pains impact their restaurant's business