The Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra is returning to live performances for its 2021-22 season of seven concerts.
Before the season opens, IPO will present a Sept. 22 concert of works by new composers prepared for the IPO composition competition. Three finalists will have their original score workshopped and performed live in front of an IPO audience. Additionally, the winning composer will be named IPO “Composer-in-Residence” and have the opportunity to compose three works during the 2022-2023 season.
The scheduled classical music performances for the regular season are Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Feb . . .
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