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All-Beethoven Evening
Phone (312) 294-3000
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All-Beethoven Evening

Thursday, Jul 24 8:00p

James Conlon, conductorJonathan Biss, pianoJames Conlon, music director of the CSO residency at Ravinia, conducts an all-Beethoven evening with pianist Jonathan Biss, who was recently featured in the New York Times for his massively popular free online course exploring the composer’s piano sonatas.Visit the Ravinia website for more information and to purchase tickets >

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Chicago Symphony Orchestra
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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is one of the three most acclaimed orchestras in America at the end of the century (the others being the New York Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra), and one of the few serious rivals that the New York Philharmonic has had in its long history....
James Conlon
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James Conlon is among the most successful American conductors of his generation, but his rise was largely founded upon critical acclaim garnered in the major European opera houses. Conlon's talents, however, extend beyond the realm of opera: he has forged a distinguished international reputation in the concert hall, showing an affinity for the works of Weber, Liszt, and especially Alexander von Zemlinsky....
Jonathan Biss
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American pianist Jonathan Biss launched his career in the late '90s, appearances as a soloist with the Baltimore Symphony and several other prominent national ensembles. He achieved career-boosting triumphs with his New York appearances in 2000: that year he debuted as soloist with Kurt Masur and the New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall and also gave his recital debut at Tisch Center at the 92nd Street Y, his pianism drawing enthusiastic critical response at both venues....
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Chicago Symphony Center
220 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 294-3000
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