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Dee Dee Bridgewater at the Music Institute of Chicago Review - A warm welcome on a cold winter day!

Dee Dee Bridgewater at the Music Institute of Chicago Review - A warm welcome on a cold winter day! If you’re a Jazz lover, and you have not had the unique and marvelous experience of hearing how Dee Dee Bridgewater takes a phrase to heart and makes it hers, you’re in for a treat

CSO Zukerman, Bach, and Mozart-A Modest Triumph

CSO Zukerman, Bach, and Mozart-A Modest Triumph Pinchas Zukerman leads the CSO and solos on two instruments, but notably plays second fiddle to CSO violinist in Bach concerto

Lehár’s “The Merry Widow” at the Lyric Review – Diva, Divo and Most of All DANCING! Delight

Lehár’s “The Merry Widow” at the Lyric Review – Diva, Divo and Most of All DANCING! Delight Lyric Opera's production of "The Merry Widow" lifts your spirits with a simple story, beautiful music, and most of all dance

New Curators of MusicNOW Preview - They Aim to Let You Experience the Thrill of New Art

New Curators of MusicNOW Preview - They Aim to Let You Experience the Thrill of New Art One of the new curators of the CSO's exciting MusicNOW series shares his thoughts on what to expect

Up Close And Personal With Vicki Marie Taylor...

Up Close And Personal With Vicki Marie Taylor... Vicki Marie Talks Movies, Politics and Religion

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at Orchestra Hall Review – A French Connection

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at Orchestra Hall Review – A French Connection The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, led by acclaimed conductor Zubin Mehta performing at Symphony Center in Chicago was an opportunity not to be missed

Edo de Waart Conducts CSO Review – Disparate Adams and Mozart Pairing Enthralls and Keeps Us On our Toes

Edo de Waart Conducts CSO Review – Disparate Adams and Mozart Pairing Enthralls and Keeps Us On our Toes Soloist Augustin Hadelich performs Mozart's "Turkish Concerto" with the CSO, followed by the full orchestra performing Adams' Harmonielehre”-- both conducted by famed conductor Edo de Waart

Wozzeck at Chicago Lyric Opera Review – A New, Extremely Powerful Production

Wozzeck at Chicago Lyric Opera Review – A New, Extremely Powerful Production Lyric Opera of Chicago presents Alban Berg’s Wozzeck in a new production, opened on Sunday, November 1 with five performances through Saturday, November 21. It was last performed 20 years ago so don't miss it

“Bernstein in New York City” Review – CSO Takes Us Beyond the Score

“Bernstein in New York City” Review – CSO Takes Us Beyond the Score CSO's Beyond the Score paints a vivid portrait of Leonard Bernstein as a man with phenomenal emotional range that informed his compositions, conducting and life

Symbiosis Gathering: 10 Year Re:Union Review - A Camping Music Festival Paradise

Symbiosis Gathering: 10 Year Re:Union Review - A Camping Music Festival Paradise With 6 musical stages, 6 main attraction stages, countless art installations and yoga studios, there was more to see and embrace than any other festival I’ve experienced

CSO "On the Waterfront" Preview - October 23 Screening with CSO Live Performance

CSO "On the Waterfront" Preview - October 23 Screening with CSO Live Performance Live performance of "On the Waterfront" score by Leonard Bernstein by Chicago Symphony Orchestra slated for next Friday

Bychkov Conducts Brahms Review - Capucon Shines, Bychkov Provides Steady Hand For CSO

Bychkov Conducts Brahms Review - Capucon Shines, Bychkov Provides Steady Hand For CSO Brahms fest from CSO highlighted by intense interpretation of Violin Concerto and smooth offering of First Symphony

Lyric Opera of Chicago’s “Cinderella” Review – Great Fun and Brilliantly Done

Lyric Opera of Chicago’s “Cinderella” Review – Great Fun and Brilliantly Done Lyric Opera of Chicago’s current production of Rossini’s “Cinderella” has it all-fantastic music and voices, staging, scenery, costumes and more

Paula Labaredas Covers, Taylor Swift's Wildest Dreams Video in a 60's Retro Theme

Paula Labaredas Covers, Taylor Swift's Wildest Dreams Video in a 60's Retro Theme Paula channels her inner Austin Powers in a 60's retro theme in her cover song video, of "Wildest Dreams" by Taylor Swift

The Marriage of Figaro REVIEW - A Perfect Night Out

The Marriage of Figaro REVIEW - A Perfect Night Out Lyric Opera of Chicago opened its 61st season on Saturday night with "The Marriage of Figaro"

COT Lucia Silla Review-Early Mozart, More Artifact Than Masterpiece

COT Lucia Silla Review-Early Mozart, More Artifact Than Masterpiece COT's new season gets underway with insubstantial opera by teenage Mozart, aimed at a younger audience

Tanya Tagaq World Music Festival Concert Review – Part Scat, Part Opera, All Inuit

Tanya Tagaq World Music Festival Concert Review – Part Scat, Part Opera, All Inuit Tanya Tagaq performed her inimitable take on Inuit throat singing in accompaniment to a screening of "Nanook of the North" at the Museum of Contemporary Art as part of the World Music Festival

Gn'Digo Jones - Innovator, Artist, Wolf

Gn'Digo Jones - Innovator, Artist, Wolf Hailing from the streets of Harlem, Gn’Digo Jones, is a talented Indie Hip-Hop artist with a unique style that reflects his life encounters and personal experiences.

Itzhak Perlman and Emanuel Ax at Ravinia Review – The Perfect Pair

Itzhak Perlman and Emanuel Ax at Ravinia Review – The Perfect Pair I had the opportunity of seeing two amazing performers, Itzhak Perlman, violin and Emanuel Ax, Piano at Ravinia at an after Labor Day concert

Pacific Opera Project's Falstaff-- Talent Wins Out

Pacific Opera Project's Falstaff-- Talent Wins Out POP Opera's creative innovations now include a hilarious version of Verdi's Falstaff

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