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A Night in Vienna: Honeck Conducts Mozart & Strauss
A Night in Vienna: Honeck Conducts Mozart & Strauss

Austrian conductor Manfred Honeck leads a program of richly melodic dance music by the Strauss family and Mozart’s virtuosic Piano Concerto No. 21 featuring Jan Lisiecki, whose “pristine, lyrical and intelligent playing shows uncommon maturity” (The New York Times). Former Mead Composer-in-Residence Mason Bates calls his new work, written in honor of Manfred Honeck’s 60th birthday, “a theatrical and fast-paced conjuring of the classic Resurrection narrative.”

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Date

Thursday, December 12, 2019 8:00 PM

Venue

Orchestra Hall

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PROGRAM
Bates
Resurrexit
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21
Johann Strauss, Jr. Overture to The Gypsy Baron
Josef Strauss The Dragonfly Polka
Johann Strauss, Jr. Furioso Polka
Johann Strauss, Jr. Voices of Spring Waltz
Johann Strauss, Jr. On the Hunt Polka
Johann Strauss, Jr. In Krapfen's Woods Polka
Johann Strauss, Jr. Thunder and Lightning Polka


PERFORMERS
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Manfred Honeck conductor
Jan Lisiecki piano


CONCERT EXTRAS

  • Preconcert conversation with Johann Buis: Thursday, December 12, 6:45–7:15, Armour Stage
  • Classic Encounter with Terri Hemmert: Thursday, December 12, 6:30 PM, Grainger Ballroom (separate tickets required)
  • CD signing: Jan Lisiecki will be signing CDs immediately following the performance in Grainger Ballroom. Merchandise will be available for purchase at The Symphony Store preconcert and intermission, and Grainger Ballroom intermission and postconcert.


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SPONSORS

Official Airline of the CSO

The appearance of Maestro Manfred Honeck is made possible by the Juli Plant Grainger Fund for Artistic Excellence.

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