Press Release

For Immediate Release 

 

Event Date: July 10, 2016

 

Protégé Philharmonic of Chicago Announces its First Concert of the 2016 Summer Season, July 10

 

The Protégé Philharmonic builds the future of classical music through the cultivation of young artists, which includes orchestral training opportunities, chamber music ensembles, soloists and composers. The audition-only orchestras count members from the Chicago metropolitan area and northwest Indiana, ranging from junior high through high school students.

 

 

Chicago, Illinois, June 30, 2016 - The Protégé Philharmonic of Chicago has announced its first concert of the 2016 Summer Season, Sunday, July 10, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. The concert will be performed in the Auditorium of the Salme Harju Steinberg Fine Arts Center at Northeastern Illinois University,  located at 3701 West Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL. There is free parking in Parking Lot F. Ticket prices are $10, general admission.
 
The Protégé Philharmonic, along with its parent institution, The Classical Symphony Orchestra, continue to be the only training and youth orchestras in Chicago that offer a regular summer season.
 
Music Director and founder of the orchestra, Joseph Glymph, has programmed Donizetti's
Don Pasquale Overture; Wagenaar's Cyrano De Bergerac; Rimsky-Korsakov's Capriccio Espagnol; Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in D Minor; and Tchaikovsky's Marche Slave.
 
Full Event Information: 
www.classicalsymphonyorchestra.org/performance#summerseason
 
About the orchestra:

The Protégé Philharmonic builds the future of classical music through the cultivation of young artists, which includes orchestral training opportunities, chamber music ensembles, soloists and composers. The audition-only orchestras count members from the Chicago metropolitan area and northwest Indiana, ranging from junior high through high school students. The Protégé Philharmonic provides professional orchestra training and members receive coaching from professional accomplished musicians from throughout the Chicagoland area. The orchestra gives four programs every regular season in the Auditorium of the Salme Harju Steinberg Fine Arts Center at Northeastern Illinois University, and two concerts each during the summers. Rehearsals are held at Classical Symphony Hall, 218 South Wabash Avenue; rehearsals are open to the public. Last year's graduating seniors won $250,00 in scholarships to colleges and universities all over the United States.
 
 
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 Media Contact    

 

Media Contact: Lynn M. Glymph

Email: theorchestras@classicalsymphonyorchestra.org

Phone: (312) 341-1521

 

Classical Symphony Orchestra

218 South Wabash Avenue, Suite 260, Chicago, Illinois, 60604

Web: www.classicalsymphonyorchestra.org

 

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Event Name: Protégé Philharmonic of Chicago Announces its First Concert of the 2016 Summer Season

Event Date: July 10, 2016

Event Time: 3:00 p.m.

Event Location: Auditorium of the Salme Harju Steinberg Fine Arts Center at Northeastern Illinois University,  located at 3701 West Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL.

Admission: $10, general admission.

Web: www.classicalsymphonyorchestra.org

Contact: Lynn M. Glymph, theorchestras@classicalsymphonyorchestra.org, (312) 341-1521

Description: The Protégé Philharmonic of Chicago has announced its first concert of the 2016 Summer Season, Sunday, July 10, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. The concert will be performed in the Auditorium of the Salme Harju Steinberg Fine Arts Center at Northeastern Illinois University,  located at 3701 West Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago, IL. There is free parking in Parking Lot F. Ticket prices are $10, general admission. The Protégé Philharmonic, along with its parent institution, The Classical Symphony Orchestra, continue to be the only training and youth orchestras in Chicago that offer a regular summer season. Music Director and founder of the orchestra, Joseph Glymph, has programmed Donizetti's Don Pasquale Overture; Wagenaar's Cyrano De Bergerac; Rimsky-Korsakov's Capriccio Espagnol; Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in D Minor; and Tchaikovsky's Marche Slave.

 


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