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1 RSO to present ‘Local Pairings’ series
2 How the Chicago Sinfonietta championed diversity, equity and inclusion
3 Chicago Sinfonietta kicks off 33rd season with continued focus on diversity
4 Chicago Sinfonietta season opening concert review
5 Blake-Anthony Johnson appointed new CEO of Chicago Sinfonietta
6 The Music Of Lunar New Year
7 Jim Hirsch, Chicago Sinfonietta’s longtime CEO, reflects on his tenure as he prepares to step down
8 Chicago Sinfonietta opens season virtually with newly commissioned work
9 A Fall in Virus Cases
10 Chicago Sinfonietta extends music director Mei-Ann Chen’s contract
11 CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY: Making 'More Black History' in Classical Music
12 Chicago Sinfonietta review featuring Violinist Koh
13 Chicago Sinfonietta presents Sight + Sound
14 In Charge: Blake-Anthony Johnson takes lessons learned at Blair to the boardroom in Chicago
15 Orchestrating Change: Chicago Sinfonietta Confronts Racial Bias In Classical Music
16 Chicago Sinfonietta's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Tribune Concert
17 Orchestras, classical music programs working toward more diversity in the concert hall, leadership roles
18 Chicago Sinfonietta’s Project W Highlights Women Composers
19 Chicago Sinfonietta salutes Diwali with 'Sea of Light'
20 Chicago Sinfonietta Celebrates Diwali, the Festival of Lights
21 Chicago Sinfonietta celebrates a joyous 30th anniversary
22 Chicago Sinfonietta to perform musical tribute to MLK
23 Chicago Sinfonietta pays tribute to Diwali with concert, special guests
24 Kentucky Symphony Orchestra returns to Verst warehouse in Hebron for Czech It Out on March 6
25 For These Classical Musicians, It’s Always Been About Racial Equity
26 Reviews: Regina Carter with Chicago Sinfonietta; Evgeny Kissin; Chicago Civic Orchestra
27 Jim Hirsch to step down as Sinfonietta CEO
28 PROJECT W, Chicago Sinfonietta / Mei-Ann Chen | Wisconsin Public Radio
29 Chicago's new CEO is 29 – Slipped Disc
30 "MLK Tribute Concert" featured the Chicago premiere of a sobering work: Joel Thompson's "Seven Last Words of the Unarmed"
31 Chicago Sinfonietta review: An inspiring tribute to Dr. King
32 Looking back at 2020 for classical, jazz in Chicago
33 What's coming this fall to Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lyric Opera
34 Things to do in Chicago: Deeply Rooted Dance, Kurt Elling concerts and more Oct. 15-21
35 Chicago Martin Luther King Jr. Day events
36 Chicago, That Toddlin' Town: Hamilton star Miguel Cervantes leads local artists in quarantine rendition of Frank Sinatra song
37 Talk is cheap. What are arts organizations doing about diversity and inclusion?
38 City of Chicago Awards $2 Million in CityArts Program Grants to Local Arts Organizations
39 Things to do: Virtual theater, music abound | Features |
40 8 Ways To Honor MLK in Chicago This Holiday
41 FYI: MLK Day Celebrations Set For Chicagoland
42 Chicago Sinfonietta's CEO Jim Hirsch To Retire After 40 Years
43 Chicago Music School Makes Virtual Classes the New Norm
44 Paul Freeman, founder of Chicago Sinfonietta, remembered
45 4 conductors will audition to become the leader of the Olympia Symphony Orchestra
46 BYNC Ballet Folklorico dancers join Chicago Sinfonietta for Arts in the Dark Parade
47 'It’s all from the same dead white guys': Meet the Chicagoans pushing for gender equity in classical music
48 Jim Hirsch Winding Up 40 Years As Chicago Arts Advocate
49 Classical music diversity: 6 artists of color make their mark in Chicago
50 Musical Mentorships Available for Classical Music Students
51 Rochester violinist advocates for Black classical musicians
52 Chicago Sinfonietta hosts MLK diversity reception and concert
53 ASU alumna awarded two prestigious conducting fellowships
54 7-Year-Old Trapped Under Capsized Boat Drowns In Chicago River
55 Turning Up the Volume: Kellen Gray (assistant conductor, Chicago Sinfonietta)
56 AMERICAN THEATRE | Where's the Orchestra? A Lockdown Requiem
57 Paul Freeman enlightened us with 'Black Composers Series'
58 Southern Miss Band Director is Part of Double Grammy Nominated Recording
59 Film Review: Certainly Not Boring, 'Unhinged' Is Predictable And Morally Gross
60 On Juneteenth, Celebrating Black Americans In Classical Music
61 Black, Latinx string musicians play Kenosha, other tragedies
62 From bees to batons: Kellen Gray takes podium of the Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra
63 Violinist Regina Carter resists musical boundaries
64 Chicago Sinfonietta honors heritage of Diwali
65 America's Lost Generation of Black Conductors | WQXR Editorial
66 Barbara Kohnhorst, 71
67 Robservations: Melissa McGurren says: 'Truth will come out' about Mix messages
68 D-Composed redefines classical music | Music Feature
69 Louise Cafasso
70 Columbus Makes Art Presents Antoine T. Clark, Founder, Artistic and Music Director of MACCO
71 Prescott Park Arts Festival chooses new executive director
72 City of Chicago awards $2m in CityArts Program grants
73 Where to celebrate Diwali this weekend in Chicago and suburbs
74 Chicago things to do Jan. 16-22
75 Chicago Sinfonietta conductor Kalena Bovell talks importance of music education
76 SO IL
77 Who was Fela Sowande? The Nigerian composer who brought West African influences into classical music
78 Millennial pianist Clayton Stephenson has the keys to the Chicago Sinfonietta
79 Musica Reginae Presents a free virtual concert with MAKOTO NAKURA, Forest Hills resident and internationally acclaimed marimbist, performing a recital of works for marimba.
80 Maestro Blomstedt returns to Chicago to conduct Brahms and Mozart
81 5 ways to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. during the holiday weekend in Chicago
82 » » Young Mexican conductor makes terrific Chicago debut with Sinfonietta
83 Making Music Together: A Look at Diversity in Orchestras
84 2019 in Review: Classical Music
85 Midday Fix: Violinist Maria Arrua with a preview of the Chicago Sinfonietta’s Annual Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
86 Chicago '66 wins initial Tirota/Finish Line Social Impact Script Competition
87 Native Charlestonian Jade Simmons Running For President 2020 – The Charleston Chronicle
88 18-day ‘Chicago in Tune’ celebration among highlights of Year of Chicago Music
89 Science and Culture: Astronomer-turned-filmmaker strives to ignite an interest in space
90 ASU Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program celebrates American Family partnership and scholarship
91 Jan Bach's Concerto for Steelpan and Orchestra
92 Best bets: Chicago Sinfonietta pays tribute to MLK
93 The Week in Reviews, Op. 312: Benjamin Beilman; Jennifer Koh; Joshua Bell
94 Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Gift to Her Son
95 Visual arts scholarship honors Leslie Ann Jones
96 Chicago is live music mecca this year as it celebrates the "Year of Music"
97 13 Things To See, Hear And Eat Around Chicago This Weekend
98 Feature: Cedille Records Celebrates 30 Years of Illuminating Chicago's Art Music Scene
99 Steve Staruch
100 Composer Renee Baker to premiere new score for historic silent film