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CANCELED: CSO at Wheaton: Muti Conducts Beethoven 4 & 7

CSO at Wheaton: Muti Conducts Beethoven 4 & 7

CANCELED: CSO at Wheaton: Muti Conducts Beethoven 4 & 7


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Continuing the celebration this season, Riccardo Muti conducts two more of Beethoven’s immortal symphonies—the graceful Fourth, described as “a slender Greek maiden between two Norse giants” by composer Robert Schumann, and the mighty, driving Seventh, which many, including Beethoven himself, considered one of his greatest works. A world premiere by Mead Composer-in-Residence Missy Mazzoli, “Brooklyn’s post-millennial Mozart” (Time Out New York), opens the program.

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Friday, May 1, 2020 7:30 PM


Wheaton College



Mazzoli Orpheus Undone [World Premiere, Commissioned by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra through the generous support of Helen Zell]
Beethoven Symphony No. 4
Beethoven Symphony No. 7

Concert Extras

Preconcert conversation with Max Raimi: Friday, May 1, 6:15–6:45, Armerding Hall (separate tickets required)

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Maestro Residency Presenter


This performance is generously sponsored by the JCS Arts, Health and Education Fund of the DuPage Foundation.

Support for this performance is also provided by Megan and Steve Shebik.

These performances are presented in collaboration with Wheaton College and the Wheaton College Artist Series.

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