Fans of classical music will want to be sure to catch the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, one of the country’s original “Big Five,” in town to play a performance at the Kennedy Center this February. Led by conductor Riccardo Muti, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will play music by a series of top composers. First, the Orchestra will perform a piece by its composer-in residence, Samuel Adams. Afterward, you’ll have the chance to hear Brahms’ Second Symphony, a traditional orchestral piece that you’ll love having the opportunity to see in person. Then, you’ll hear I vespri siciliani by Verdi, another classic tune that will be an amazing experience to hear. Make sure to pick up tickets to this performance now.
Wednesday, February 7, 2018 8:00 PM