Chicago Symphony Orchestra Plays Stravinsky's Rite of Spring
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The last date listed for Chicago Symphony Orchestra Plays Stravinsky's Rite of Spring was Saturday January 16, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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First visit to hear CSO in Orchestra Hall. Sound clarity was exceptional. We were seated on level 6, about as high as you can get. The stage was far, but the sound was great. CSO was wonderful. Rites of Spring was well arranged, well performed and very well received.
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The music was marvelous, with all pieces of very interesting stories behind.
The only our complain (or warning to others) is that the seats where we sat (Gallery Section 1G, Floor 6, row H) had very very limited leg room(less space than those of...continued
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
David Robertson, conductor
Kyoko Takezawa, violin
Messiaen – _Les offrandes oubliées _
Berg – Violin Concerto _
Stravinsky – _The Rite of Spring
The CSO pays tribute to Pierre Boulez, in honor of his 85th birthday, with a program featuring composers that Maestro Boulez has championed throughout his pioneering career. The CSO will have you on the edge of your seat with its unparalleled delivery of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring, conducted by David Robertson.
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