Kelli O’Hara Sings Broadway

Jun 9, 2022


Tony Award-winning singer and actress Kelli O’Hara, hailed by The Times as “Broadway musical’s undisputed queen,” joins the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and conductor Steven Reineke for an evening of favorites from Broadway musicals such as The King and I, Carousel and South Pacific. Her illustrious career spans musical theater, television, film and opera, including HBO’s new series The Gilded Age.

This performance is part of the 31st Annual Corporate Night, a fundraising event presented in partnership by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association and the League and Overture Council of the CSOA. Proceeds benefit the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s artistic, educational and community engagement programs in Chicago and across the globe.

Enjoy the concert only or make an evening of it with a complete package including preconcert cocktails, dinner at Symphony Center and premium concert seating for $350 per person.

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Corporate Night Leadership
League Co-Chairs: Susie Stein and Patty Weber
League Vice President of Fundraising: Eileen Conaghan
League President: Bill Ward
In collaboration with the Overture Council of the CSOA

Presenting Sponsor

CIBC Private Wealth




Media Partner

Chicago Magazine



Please note: An Evening With John Williams, originally scheduled for June 9, 2022, has been canceled due to an unexpected schedule conflict for conductor John Williams. According to a statement from his management, “John Williams greatly regrets that due to a scheduling change in a prior film commitment, he will be unavailable to conduct the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on June 9. He very much looks forward to reuniting with the orchestra and rescheduling this concert as soon as possible.”

If you held tickets for the original program, the value of your tickets has been placed on your account for future use. Please contact Patron Services 312-294-3000 for more information and additional ticket options.

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The King and I

Hailed as “one of [the] greatest reinterpreters of musical standards” by the New York Times, Kelli O’Hara took center stage in the critically acclaimed 2015 Broadway revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I — recorded live by Universal Music Classics.

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