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Friday, March 7, 8:00
Pink Martini
with Special Guests the Von Trapps
Delightfully diverse “little orchestra” Pink Martini returns to
Symphony Center with singer China Forbes in an adventurous
evening of eclectic music. Enjoy classic tunes and selections
from their upcoming album featuring exquisite arrangements
by Thomas Lauderdale and unique four-part harmonies of The
von Trapps, the great-grandchildren of the famous Sound of
Music family. “This is rich, hugely approachable music, utterly
cosmopolitan yet utterly unpretentious. And it seems to speak
to just about everybody” (The Washington Post).
If you want to enhance your Pink Martini experience, enjoy cocktails, hors
d’oeuvres and dancing at REMIX, featuring a preconcert VIP reception and
postconcert party, all at Symphony Center! REMIX is a fundraising event
presented by the Women’s Board of the CSOA. For more information, visit
cso.org/remix or call 312-294-3162.
Sunday, 3:00
SCP Piano Series
UchidA plays schubert and beethoven
Sonata in G Major, D. 894
Thirty-Three Variations on a Waltz by Diabelli
“Mitsuko Uchida’s annual visits to Orchestra Hall rank
among the most life-affirming experiences granted to local
concertgoers” (Chicago Tribune). Hear the refined eloquence
and transporting expression of Mitsuko Uchida as she plays
Beethoven’s sublime Diabelli Variations.
Tuesday, 8:00
SCP Jazz Series
Pat Metheny Unity Group
with Chris Potter, Antonio Sanchez,
Ben Williams and Giulio Carmassi
The incomparable and innovative Pat Metheny returns to
Symphony Center with his stellar Unity Group featuring
saxophone titan Chris Potter, Thelonius Monk Competition
winner Ben Williams, extraordinary drummer Antonio
Sanchez and gifted multi-instrumentalist Giulio Carmassi.
This concert will include selections from Metheny’s Grammy
Award-winning Unity Band recording as well as a spectrum of
selections from throughout his groundbreaking career.
The SCP Jazz series is sponsored by:
Media support:
Pat Metheny’s appearance is supported in part by Marc Nebozenko.
Pat Metheny
Chris Potter
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