The Chicago Symphony Orchestra With Pianist Yefim Bronfman Plays Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1
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Enjoy an evening of popular choral works from the National Festival Chorus, joined by the Manhattan Chorale, at the legendary Orchestra Hall. The National Festival Chorus will perform works by internationally renowned composer and rising classical music star Ola Gjeilo, as well as Haydn's Kyrie and Dickau's Come Live With Me and Be My Love. The concert will also prominently feature the all-professional Manhattan Chorale, who'll present a selection of complex choral masterpieces by Lauridsen, Paulus, Whitacre and more. The professional Manhattan Chorale, 32-voices strong, has appeared at major venues across the U.S., including New York's Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Arrive early for a prelude featuring the ensemble Voce. Learn More
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor
Yefim Bronfman, piano
Crawford Seeger - Andante for Strings
Berg - Three Pieces for Orchestra
Brahms - Piano Concerto No. 1
The Chicago Tribune praised legendary pianist Yefim Bronfman after his recent appearance with the CSO for his “leonine power, thunderous brio and glinting virtuosity.” Hear for yourself as he channels these talents into Brahms’ First Piano Concerto, led by Michael Tilson Thomas.
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