Tag: Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra

IPO four-concert summer series opens June 14

The Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra opens its IPO Summer series at Olympia Fields Country Club on June 14. The program includes four concerts: Tickets are $39 per concert, or $105 for three concerts or $140 for four concerts. Concert goers can select from a 6:15 p.m. or a 7:45 p.m. concert.[Read More…]

IPO board welcomes member Nichole Patton

Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra Board of Directors is welcoming Nichole C. Patton as its newest member. “It is truly an honor to become a member of the IPO Board of Directors,” Patton said. “I was first introduced to IPO years ago through friends whose children participated in the youth program as[Read More…]

IPO quartet featured on WFMT Thursday

An Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra quartet performance will be broadcast and live streamed at noon on Thursday, Oct. 1, on WFMT radio, 98.7 FM. The “Music in Chicago” series will feature a concert IPO members gave Aug. 5 at Olympia Fields Country Club when they performed Will Grant Still’s “Lyric Quartette.”[Read More…]

Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra receives Catalyst Fund Grant

The League of American Orchestras has awarded a grant to the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO) to strengthen its understanding of equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) and to help transform organizational culture.  The grant was given to 28 orchestras nationwide. The one-year grant is the second round of The Catalyst Fund,[Read More…]

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H-F student conductors practice with professional musicians for May 21 concert

Members of the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra gave Homewood-Flossmoor High School orchestra members special tips as they prepare for the annual Senior Conductors Concert at 7 p.m. May 21 in the H-F Mall Auditorium.   Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra  violinist Brian Ostrega works  with members of the H-F High  School violin section in [Read More…]

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