What You'll Get
Hear hearts haunted by bittersweet past loves, nightmarish scenes, or just the bug that got away as you join the Chicago Philharmonic for Haunted Hearts, an electric afternoon of music guaranteed to make your pulse race. C.P.E. Bach's Symphony No. 5 sets the tone with a devilishly difficult showpiece featuring careening runs and a shocking, even disturbing, use of harmony. Piazzolla's tango-infused Oblivion, Michael Nyman's minimalistic Concerto for Amplified Harpsichord and Strings and a suite from Bernard Herrmann's Psycho also creep into the program, building a sense of impending doom. But Woolf's whimsical My Insect Bride and J.S. Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 -- treacherous for featured soloists but beloved by audiences -- remind us it's all in good fun after all. Tim Hopper of the Steppenwolf Theatre provides spooky narration and Mysterion performs ghastly pre-concert theremin music. Come in costume and be a part of the frightful fun at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Chicago's Millennium Park.The tickets identified in this promotion are made available through Goldstar. Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium Park in connection with this deal.
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