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Soundpost
Soundpost

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 3-event 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).

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Date

Thursday, January 30, 2020 6:00 PM

Venue

Buntrock Hall

Description

Doors Open at 5:30 PM

Leonard Bernstein and Beethoven
Featuring Jamie Bernstein, Leonard Bernstein’s daughter and author ofFamous Father Girl: A Memoir of Growing Up Bernstein.” Jamie Bernstein will be signing books at this event.

Pushing the Boundaries of the Piano
Featuring Elizabeth Hudson, Music Professor and Dean of Northeastern's College of Arts, Media and Design in Boston. Elizabeth Hudson previously was Chair of Music at the University of Virginia and Director of the New Zealand School of Music.

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 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!


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