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Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Strauss

Closed June 4, 2017

Strauss, Szymanowski and a Haydn fit for a queen!

Why See Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Strauss?

Waltz all night

Join Juraj Valcuha as he takes up the baton for his Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducting debut with this program that takes us on a journey through varied pieces from some of Europe's most interesting composers. From the French folk music flavored delights of Haydn's Symphony No. 85 to the boundary defining modernism of Szymanowski's first Violin Concerto and Strauss' sweeping and extravagant Der Rosenkavalier Suite, there is something for everyone.

Did you know?

Haydn's Symphony No. 85, the forth of his sixth Paris Symphonies is nicknamed 'La Reine' for Marie Antoinette who counted it as a favorite piece.

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Opening night: 1 June 2017

Run time

One hour and 20 minutes with one intermission

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Der Rosenkavalier by Ernst Meisel Used under Creative Commons License

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