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Symphony Orchestra Fall Concert at Orchestra Hall

November 20, 2022 @ 7:30 pm

CYSO’s Symphony Orchestra presents their Fall Concert at Orchestra Hall. Featuring CYSO alum Mary Elizabeth Bowden performing the world premiere of Bohemian Queen, a new concerto from composer Clarice Assad inspired by the work of the surrealist Chicago painter Gertrude Abercrombie. The program also features an exciting line-up of contemporary works from Jessie Montgomery, Anna Clyne, and Daniel Bernard Roumain, as well as Strauss’ heroic, autobiographical Ein Heldenleben. Don’t miss it!

Online ticketing has now closed. Remaining tickets are now available from the Symphony Center box office in person or by calling 312-294-3000.

Allen Tinkham, Symphony Orchestra conductor
Mary Elizabeth Bowden, trumpet
Henry Auxenfans, violin

Jessie Montgomery | Overture

Anna Clyne | Abstractions 

Daniel Bernard Roumain | Father Antonio’s Contrapuntal Prayers for Michael

Clarice Assad | Bohemian Queen – World Premiere
Mary Elizabeth Bowden, trumpet

Richard Strauss | Ein Heldenleben
Henry Auxenfans, violin

COVID-19 Information

Face masks are welcome and strongly encouraged at Symphony Center. Face coverings will be required at Symphony Center if the Chicago COVID-19 Community Risk Level is HIGH (Red) at the time of the performance.

All individuals are expected to self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms before entering Symphony Center or attending a CSOA event. Symptoms may include, fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, sore throat, and fatigue. Patrons who are not feeling well, are exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms or have had or been exposed to COVID-19 in the past 10 days should not attend and instead contact Patron Services for ticket options.

Getting There

Parking is available at CYSO’s preferred parking garage, Millennium Garages’ Grant Park South, 325 S Michigan Ave.

Via Metra: Closest stations include the Van Buren Station, LaSalle Street Station, Union Station, and Ogilvie Transportation Center. Check www.metrarail.com for more information.

Via CTA: Easily accessible via any ‘L’ train line exiting at the Jackson stop, Library/State/Van Buren stop, or the Adams/Wabash stop. There are also many buses that service the area. Check www.transitchicago.com for more information.

Accessibility Information

Main floor accessible at ground level. Limited wheelchair accessible seating. Elevators available to higher floors. Limited accessible seating off of main floor. Restrooms are wheelchair accessible.

Garage parking available at nearby in Grant Park South. Elevator available from main level (exits at Van Buren). Second and third floor parking accessible via escalator.

Symphony Center, Orchestra Hall

220 South Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60605 United States
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