Whether up close in seats or relaxed across the Lawn, enjoying the CSO at Ravinia is an idyllic setting for experiencing some of the most moving music from history and today. The CSO has been a regular guest since 1905, and Ravinia became its summer residence in 1936. Each year, the orchestra headlines more than a dozen concerts over six weeks, featuring music that stirs emotions from the first hearing to the fiftieth.
Symposium: Forging Paths for Women Conductors
Marin Alsop, CSC leader and Margaret Hillis biographer Cheryl Frazes Hill, and Taki Alsop fellows Anna Duczmal-Mróz and Jeri Lynne Johnson will feature on a panel discussion of past and present pathways for women conductors, moderated by longtime music journalist Wynne Delacoma. Learn more about Breaking Barriers: Women on the Podium.