AdvertisementDaniel Harding leads Holst’s The Planets, the interstellar orchestral suite that has inspired generations of sci-fi film composers. Experience the ferocity of “Mars,” the golden song of “Jupiter,” the eerie calm of “Saturn” and the haunting off-stage vocals of the ethereal “Neptune.” The full Chicago Symphony Chorus delights in Brahms’ radiant Schicksalslied (“Song of Destiny”).
Adler Planetarium Exhibition
On Tuesday, November 7, join astronomers from the Adler Planetarium for an exhibition in Grainger Ballroom starting at 6:30 and running through intermission. Participate in a hands-on activity to create your own planisphere and enjoy a video presentation exploring the planets. No additional tickets are required to attend.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Daniel Harding conductor
Chicago Symphony Chorus
Jenny Wong guest chorus director
Schumann Overture to Manfred
Brahms Schicksalslied for Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 54
Holst The Planets, Op. 32
Official Airline of the CSO
The appearance of the Chicago Symphony Chorus has been made possible by a generous gift from The Grainger Foundation.
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago, United States