Southwest Symphony Orchestra - Slavic DNA
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The Southwest Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of David L. Crane, presents Slavic DNA. Pieces to be performed include the Hungarian March from “The Damnation of Faust” by Berlioz, Symphony No. 2 (Little Russian) by Tchaikovsky, and Cello Concerto by Dvořák, which will feature John Sharp, the principal cello from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. John Sharp plays a rare cello made by Joseph Guarnerius in 1694, and he is currently a professor of cello at Roosevelt University. Fees: $7 for students, $17-$22 seniors, adults $22-$27, age 10 and under free.