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Brahms 3

Brahms 3
Brahms 3

Following a “blistering” (Chicago Tribune) CSO podium debut, David Afkham returns to lead a diverse program featuring Haydn’s emotionally charged Mourning Symphony, Strauss’ tone poem portraying a man’s journey through death and Brahms’ radiant Third Symphony, which Clara Schumann described as “one beat of the heart, every movement a jewel!”

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Tuesday, October 29, 2019 7:30 PM


Orchestra Hall


Symphony No. 44 (Mourning)
R. Strauss Death and Transfiguration
Brahms Symphony No. 3

Chicago Symphony Orchestra
David Afkham conductor

Preconcert conversation with Kyle Dzapo: Tuesday, October 29, 6:15–6:45, Armour Stage



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This weekend’s CSO performances are dedicated to the memory of Elizabeth M. Ashton, in grateful recognition of her legacy bequest.

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