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Soundpost

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Explore the transformative power of music at Soundpost! Held in Symphony Center’s Buntrock Hall from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., this year’s series considers the evolution of music and the concept of art as an ever-evolving form of expression.

Tickets to Soundpost are just $20 and include complimentary bites, $5 cocktails, live music demonstrations, and DJ music. This season’s Soundpost Series will feature food from Goat Group Catering by Stephanie Izard (chef from Girl & The Goat).

Event details

Date

Thursday, April 23, 2020 6:00 PM

Venue

Buntrock Hall

Description

5:30 PM – Doors open for food, drinks and mingling
6:00 PM – Presentations 

Broadcasting Beethoven 
Featuring Fred Child, Host of NPR’s “Performance Today” and Host of PBS’s “Live from Lincoln Center.”

Fred Child

Fred Child

Beethoven in Havana
Featuring Joachim Horsley, Record Producer, Composer, and Pianist/Bassist who helped orchestrate rock musician Ben Folds’ Piano Concerto.  Joachim Horsley wrote “Beethoven in Havana” for Piano and Cuban Percussion.

Joachim Horsely

Joachim Horsely

Looking to expand your experience? For $35 you can attend Soundpost and the evening’s CSO concert! To purchase this package, select your concert seats on the concert date page and use promo code SOUNDPOST at login or checkout to receive the $35 price.

Soundpost is hosted by the CSO’s Overture Council – a dynamic group of Chicago area professionals age 21-45 who have a love of music and a desire to learn more about the CSO. With over 150 members and growing, the Overture Council is one of Chicago’s premiere young professional groups. Learn more about the Overture Council.

Follow the Overture Council on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn!

Sponsors

Media sponsor

Do 312

Food and beverage sponsors

Goat Group Revolution Deep Eddy

Artists, prices, and programs are subject to change. There are no refunds on single ticket sales. Symphony Center welcomes children eight years of age and older. Some programs are open to children of all ages. All children, regardless of age, must have their own tickets. Box seating is on a rotational basis. Read our Privacy Policy for additional legal information.

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