Chicago Symphony Orchestra
A Texas teenager who’s battling cancer lived her dream this week when she was able to perform with some of the musicians in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Musicians with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will receive a 4.5 percent salary increase over three years under a new contract but will also have to pay increased health care costs.
The CSO’s management released a joint statement Monday with the Chicago Federation of Musicians announcing the deal for a new three-year collective bargaining agreement, which would take effect retroactively to Sept. 17.
The musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra were on their second day on strike on Sunday. The walkout wasn’t only hitting a sour note with classical music fans, it has also dealt a blow to businesses near Orchetra Hall.
Musicians at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra went on strike Saturday, disappointing patrons who showed up for an evening performance, and potentially throwing the organization’s upcoming season into chaos.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is taking a hard look at expanding its presence in the western suburbs. But it is not yet time to get in line for tickets.
It gets so quiet during the second movement of the Brahms Symphony No. 2, you could almost hear a pin drop.
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Musicians from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra struck a note of gratitude at Northwestern Memorial Hospital this week.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra music director Riccardo Muti is out of the hospital and in fact, preparing to take the orchestra on the road next season.
Doctors say they have learned why Chicago Symphony Orchestra music director Riccardo Muti fainted during a rehearsal last week, and they have implanted a standard pacemaker to help insure it does not happen again.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is planning to pay tribute to America’s most respected living movie critic later this month.
The Chicago Symphony’s renowned music director Riccardo Muti is said to be resting comfortably at Northwestern Memorial Hospital after surgery Monday.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra conductor Riccardo Muti is set to undergo surgery Monday, after fainting during a rehearsal last week and suffering multiple facial and jaw fractures.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra conductor Riccardo Muti suffered a fractured jaw and multiple facial fractures when he fainted during rehearsal on Thursday.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra conductor Ricardo Muti fainted during rehearsal on Thursday and was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
One of the scariest and most powerful movie soundtracks of all time will be performed in Chicago tonight.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra says music director Riccardo Muti has been released from a Milan hospital and is expected to resume his duties in February.
The new conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is already putting down his baton, for now.
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