If you are a fan of music, these Illinois orchestras are ready to entertain you. Orchestra concerts have moved online and are ready to be accessed from your apartments in Elk Grove Village at the press of a button.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is consistently hailed as one of today’s leading orchestras. It offers a wide variety of listening and viewing options. CSO From Home connects fans of the CSO with its music. Watch offers opportunities to see recorded performances in a variety of formats. You can see CSO musicians such as Yuan-Qing Yu play a song or two from their own homes. It also offers recorded symphonic performances, such as Beethoven’s 9th. Listen allows you to access live audio recordings of the CSO playing such composers as Shostakovich and Verdi.
CSOtv allows you to access free and premium content, including both legendary concerts from the past and new performances. Be sure to check out the classic Solti’s Beethoven: The Fifth Symphony Revisited from May 1989,
Illinois Symphony Orchestra
Located in Springfield, the Illinois Symphony Orchestra offers its popular Sundays at Six recital series for your viewing pleasure. The Sundays at Six series features performances by symphony members such as Eleanor Kirk, principal harpist, or members of the percussion ensemble. You can watch live scheduled events or catch up on past performances and interviews with the performers.
Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra
The Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra also offers ways to connect with the music virtually. The CUSO series From the Heart “invites you to join CUSO musicians as they share their love for music in a personal way with solo and ensemble performances from their homes.”
In addition to performances from these Illinois orchestras, can enjoy even more of our area’s arts and culture with these online art museum exhibits. And when you are ready to join the Marquette at Willow Crossing community, please contact us. Our agents will show you our wonderful apartments in Elk Grove Village.Back to all posts