For Immediate Release
Event Dates: June 23, 2015 to
August 2, 2015
Announcing Auditions for Chicago's Classical Symphony
Orchestra 2015 Summer Season
Celebrating its 36th Season of the high quality music
education, training, and performance for young music students in the Chicago
area, The Classical Symphony Orchestra offers a fabulous opportunity for
talented students to learn and perform valuable orchestra repertoire over the
summer - tuition-free.
Chicago, Illinois, May 15, 2015 (McKenzieNewsService.com) -
Want to play great music this summer and make fantastic
progress? Join the acclaimed tuition-free
2015 Summer Season of The Classical Symphony Orchestra. Composed of young
adult, undergraduate and graduate student musicians, this six week summer
training and performance will accelerate and increase your orchestral skills.
The season runs June 23, 2015 to
August 2, 2015. Rehearsal location is at Classical Symphony Hall, 218 S.
Wabash Ave., downtown Chicago. Rehearsal times are Saturdays, 10 AM - 1:00 PM;
Tuesdays, 7 PM - 9:45 PM.
Celebrating its 36th Season of the high quality music education, training, and
performance for young music students in the Chicago area, The Classical Symphony
Orchestra offers a fabulous opportunity for talented students to learn and
perform valuable orchestra repertoire over the summer. The orchestra has been
designated a Citizen Musician of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and is a vibrant
part of Chicago's Cultural skyline.
With standing room only audiences at the concerts, the professional quality of
the concert performances attract a wide audience and is a direct reflection of
the exemplary music education and the wonderful atmosphere.
Audition and experience a fantastic summer of great performances and great
literature with the Classical Symphony Orchestra.
2015 SUMMER ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE
Brahms - Academic Festival Overture
Handel (Arr. Harty) - Water Music Suite
Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 5 in E Minor, Op. 64
Nielsen - Symphony No. 2, Op. 1, "The Four Temperments"
Liszt -Les Preludes
or call 312/341-1521 for further information.
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Media Contact: Lynn M. Glymph
Phone: (312) 341-1521
The Classical Symphony Orchestra