Join us for these special events at Symphony Center and beyond that celebrate the spirit of the CSO’s
Citizen Musician initiative, which uses the power of music to contribute to our culture, our communities,
and the lives of others.
Free events do not count toward CYO benefits.
Civic Orchestra of Chicago
2013/14 Season
Founded in 1919 by the CSO’s second music director, Frederick
Stock, the Civic Orchestra of Chicago is the only pre-professional
training orchestra of its kind affiliated with a major American
orchestra. Each season, the Civic Orchestra performs FREE
concerts at Symphony Center under the leadership of world-
renowned conductors, including Principal Conductor Cliff Colnot.
Tuesday, January 21, 8:00
Monday, February 17, 8:00
Monday, April 7, 8:00
Monday, May 19, 8:00
Wednesday, June 4, 8:00
Visit cso.org/civic for programming.
While free, tickets are required for Civic concerts at Symphony Center. Call 312-294-3000
to reserve tickets. There is a non-refundable $2 service fee per ticket. There is a preconcert
conversation in Grainger Ballroom 90 minutes prior to each performance.
Sunday, March 16, 3:00
Civic Orchestra at
South Shore Cultural Center
Carlos Miguel Prieto
Joshua Zajac
Program to include:
Don Quixote
Don’t miss this special opportunity to see the full Civic Orchestra
in concert at the beautiful South Shore Cultural Center in an
afternoon of exciting music! Tickets are not required.
Open Rehearsal with Riccardo Muti
Civic Orchestra of Chicago
Riccardo Muti
Selections from Prokofiev Suite from Romeo and Juliet with the
CSO’s world-renowned music director, Riccardo Muti.
Ticket details to be announced. Please visit cso.org for updates.
2013/14 MusiCorps
In the Park with Civic
Join members of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago for a series of
FREE and interactive chamber concerts in Chicago Park District
sites in your neighborhood, including Gage Park, the National
Museum of Mexican Art and North Park Village Nature Center.
Visit cso.org/musicorps for the most up-to-date locations, dates and times. Recommended
for children ages 5 and up. Tickets are not required.
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