The Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra and the Grammy-winning Chicago Pro Musica salute CSO legend Sir Georg Solti across two days of concerts
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Sir Georg Solti was: The beloved Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra from 1969–1991, and Music Director Laureate from 1991–1997, who left an indelible mark upon Chicago, the international classical world, and the musicians he worked with.
Sunday’s Concert: The Lincolnwood Chamber Orchestra, with a slate of special guests that includes Grammy winning violiinist Albert Igolnikov, Grammy winning clarinetist John Bruce Yeh, and brother and sister singing sensation Pavel and Anastasyia Roytman, perform Verdi, Vivaldi, Lizst, and more
Monday’s Concert: The Grammy winning Chicago Pro Musica performs a piano trio from Tchaikovsky and a clarinet quintet from Brahms