Debut Orchestra, Preparatory Strings, & Overture Strings Fall Concert - Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras
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Debut Orchestra, Preparatory Strings, & Overture Strings Fall Concert

December 5 @ 1:30 pm 3:30 pm

CYSO’s Debut Orchestra, Preparatory Strings, and Overture Strings present their Spring performance.

PROGRAM

Daniella Valdez, Preparatory Strings & Accelerando Strings conductor
Anne Huynh McTighe, Overture Strings conductor, Preparatory Strings assistant conductor
Dana Green, Debut Orchestra conductor
Abby Black, Debut Orchestra Winds & Brass Coach

OVERTURE STRINGS

Elliot Del Borgo | Clog Dance

Johann Sebastian Bach | Brandenburg Concerto No. 5

Frank J. Halferty | A Dance of Fire

RIchard Meyer | Joust

PREPARATORY STRINGS

Todd Parrish | Ancient Wonders Suite

Traditional | Ai Hai Yo

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | March K. 408, No. 2

Karthyn Griesinger | Echelon

DEBUT ORCHESTRA

Johannes Brahms | Academic Festival Overture

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky | Cossack Dance from Mazeppa

George Walker | Lyric for Strings

Antonín Dvořák | New World Symphony

Harris Theater COVID Protocols

All audience members attending performances inside the Theater will be required to show proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the facility. In addition, all audience members will be required to wear a mask while inside the venue, regardless of vaccination status. For more information, visit harristheaterchicago.org/faqs.

Getting There

The Harris Theater for Music and Dance is located at 205 East Randolph at the north end of Millennium Park in downtown Chicago, and is accessible via public transportation, car, bike, or on foot. The lobby entrance is located at 205 E Randolph on Upper Randolph (street level). If you park in the Millennium Park Garage, please take the parking garage elevators to the street level (Level 7) of the garage, exit, and take a left on Randolph to enter through our street level doors at 205 E. Randolph. We recommend dropping off any members of your party with limited mobility at the street level entrance before parking.

CTA: CTA train stations close to the Harris Theater include the Red Line Washington Street station and Lake Street station, the Brown/Green/Orange/Purple Line trains’ Washington/Wabash station and State/Lake station. The theater is also easily accessible from any bus going by Millennium Park.

Metra: If arriving downtown via Metra trains, taxi cabs and CTA buses are all immediately available. From Union Station take CTA’s #151 bus directly to Millennium Park. From Ogilvie Transportation Center take CTA’s #20 or #56 bus directly to Millennium Park.
From LaSalle Street Station take CTA’s #147 and #151 bus directly to Millennium Park.
Randolph Street Metra Station and South Shore Line Station exit directly on Michigan Avenue and Randolph, just one block from the Harris Theater and at the Northwest corner of Millennium Park. For additional Metra station information and up to date train schedules please visit metrarail.com.

Parking: Discounted parking validation is available for all ticket holders using the Millennium Park Garage. A validation machine is located on Lobby Level 5 (Upper Randolph).

Accessibility Information

Wheelchair accessible seating locations, swing arm aisle seating, and inclusive/wheelchair accessible restrooms are available on all auditorium seating levels. The Harris is also equipped with an Infrared Assistive Listening Device system. Headsets are available for check out with a valid ID. Large print programs are available for all Harris Theater Presents engagements. Please call the Box Office in advance at 312.334.7777 regarding ticketing and accessible seating questions. If inquiring on any additional accommodation requests to enhance your performance experience, please reach out to access@harristheaterchicago.org or call 312.334.2486 at least two weeks in advance.

Information on Harris Theater performances is available here.

Harris Theater

205 E. Randolph Drive
Chicago, IL 60601 United States
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