Category Archives: Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Travels with Mom

Travels with Charley: Adventures in Good Music with Mom by Charles McKelvy It is 2013, and we are settled in the second row, stage right, at Orchestra Hall, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra—arguably one of the best in the world—is … Continue reading

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Travels with Charley

Adventures in Good Music with Mom by Charles McKelvy It is 2013, and we are settled in the second row, stage right, at Orchestra Hall, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra—arguably one of the best in the world—is tuned and ready … Continue reading

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We Remember

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Chicago Clarinet Symposium

(Chicago, Illinois) I’m just back from the first (and hopefully not the last) Chicago Clarinet Symposium at Northeastern Illinois University, and I am utterly affirmed as a clarinet player.  I was with my people Saturday, and I got to hear … Continue reading

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Electric Train

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Beverly Shores

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Parting Shots

(Chicago, Illinois) We often end our visits to Chicago with a late afternoon stroll up Michigan Avenue from the Art Institute at Adams to Millennium Station at Randolph.  And so, by walking on the west side of Michigan Avenue, and … Continue reading

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