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Classical Series Reimagined

Our Reimagined Classical Series features an exciting mix of time-tested favorites and inspiring new works, delivered directly to you! We're highlighting the immense talent within the Orchestra; introducing audiences to contemporary composers; and continuing our celebration of Beethoven, marking 250 years since the birth of the beloved and prolific composer with an exploration of his works.


Individual Concert: $20
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For a limited time, subscribers will receive FREE access to a special virtual concert, CSO Winds + Brass at Symphony Park, on Jan. 23 at 7:30 pm (Available to watch through Jan. 30 at 5 pm). Subscribe today for access!

Reimagined Virtual Concerts



Streaming LIVE: Feb. 6 | 7:30 pm
Available thru Feb. 13 at 5 pm

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In the spirit of reimagination, Resident Conductor Christopher James Lees leads a program that features Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik juxtaposed with contemporary composer Leonardo Balada's A Little Night Music in Harlem. Concertmaster Calin Lupanu performs Mendelssohn's romantic and dramatic Violin Concerto.

Christopher James Lees, conductor
Calin Ovidiu Lupanu, violin
The Catherine & Wilton Connor Chair

MOZART Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (I. Allegro & II. Romanze: Andante)
LEONARDO BALADA A Little Night Music in Harlem
MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto in D minor


Streaming LIVE: Feb. 20 | 7:30 pm
Available thru Feb. 27 at 5 pm

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Christopher Warren-Green returns to the podium to conduct favorites from Elgar, Holst, and Walton in this second Classical Series live streamed event.

Christopher Warren-Green, conductor

ELGAR Serenade for Strings
WALTON Two Pieces for Strings from Henry V
HOLST St. Paul's Suite for String Orchestra


Streaming: March 6 | 7:30 pm
Available thru March 13 at 5 pm

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Experience two luscious works for strings as your CSO performs Mozart's Divertimento and Wirén's Serenade for Strings, showcasing the exemplary talent in the orchestra. Christopher Warren-Green rounds out the program with contemporary composer Jessica Meyer's exhilarating Slow Burn.

Christopher Warren-Green, conductor

MOZART Divertimento in D
WIRÉN Serenade for Strings

NOTE: This program has changed from the originally announced Beethoven 7. 


Streaming: April 24 | 7:30 pm
Available thru May 1 at 5 pm

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Music Director Christopher Warren-Green leads Beethoven's innovative Symphony No. 1, which was composed at the dawn of a new century in 1800 and began his orchestral legacy.

Christopher Warren-Green, conductor

MOZART Overture to The Marriage of Figaro
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 1

Please note: Programs and artists are subject to change without notice.


No musical mind changed the world more than Ludwig van Beethoven. The year 2020 marks 250 years since his birth, and his music continues to inspire and enrich the lives of people all over the globe. Join us in celebrating Beethoven today!

Celebrate Beethoven With Us

Christopher Warren-Green Conducts Holst + Elgar is the Ruth and Richard Ault Concert
Support for the Mozart + Wiren Concert comes from Robin Cochran and 
Sophie and Fran Wachter
Beethoven Symphony No. 1 is the Jerry and Rosalind Richardson Concert