CSO Sessions: Mozart & Brahms



Location: Online, Chicago, IL 60604
Start Date/Time: January 28, 2021 - 7am
End Date/Time: February 26, 2021

This program of sophisticated music is filled with mystery. No one knows for sure when or why Mozart composed his dark-hued Serenade for Winds, but it is a more serious and profound work than its name suggests. Brahms’ rich, almost orchestral String Sextet memorializes the end of a tumultuous relationship by concealing the name of his former fiancée in the notes.

CSO Sessions are your front-row seat to the exceptional artistry of the musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performing the works of composers of the past and of today. With CSO musicians as your guide, discover programs that connect listeners to the transformative power of music, filmed in Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center, the home of the CSO.

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