Sir András Schiff: CANCELED
Mar 29, 2022
Sir Andras Schiff

This program has been canceled.

One of the most admired pianists of our time, Sir András Schiff is known for his bold and elegant insights into the keyboard literature. His performances offer “an amazing feat of physical stamina and mental concentration which are nothing short of astounding” (The New York Times). He returns to Symphony Center with an all-Mozart program.

This program has been canceled. A statement from his management notes: “Sir András Schiff regrets that he is unable to perform in Chicago at Symphony Center on March 29. He recently suffered a fall and is not allowed to travel to the U.S. at this time.”

Patrons with tickets have options, including exchanging tickets into future concerts, returning tickets and putting the money on account, or converting the value of tickets to a tax-deductible contribution.

More information is available by calling Symphony Center Patron Services at 312-294-3000.

Tuesday, March 29, 2022
7:30 PM

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