CHICAGO (CBS) – The candy sounds of pandemic progress have been heard Thursday night time, because the Chicago Symphony Orchestra held its first dwell efficiency in additional than a yr.
Musicians carried out an all-American program for Memorial Day Weekend.
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The alternatives included “Fanfare for the Frequent Man” by Aaron Copland, Symphony for Brass and Percussion by Gunther Schuller, “Mutations from Bach” by Samuel Barber, “Road Tune” for Symphony Brass by Tilson Thomas, and Presto Barbaro from “On the Waterfront” by Leonard Bernstein.
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The live performance was held at Symphony Heart downtown. Michael Mulcahy was the conductor.
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The viewers capability was restricted due to social distancing measures, and masks have been nonetheless required.