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Don’t miss series passes for Sinfonia da Camera

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If classical music is your cup of tea, treat yourself to a season’s worth of performances from the professional chamber orchestra at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, led by Maestro Ian Hobson. From KCPA:

Sinfonia da Camera is comprised of University of Illinois faculty, staff, and students, as well as distinguished regional and national freelance musicians. Founded in 1984, Sinfonia has welcomed world-class soloists, commissioned new works, and presented beloved orchestra favorites and hidden gems to local audiences for nearly 40 years.

You have through July 20th to purchase a series pass, which ranges from $44 to $175. This season’s performances include:

September 16th: Vive la France!

October 28th: Die Fledermaus (with Lyric Theatre @ Illinois)

November 28th: 20th-Century Chamber Gems

February 17th: Special Guest Lucia Lin, violin

March 23th: From Ukraine to the Great Gate of Kiev

Tickets for individual Sinfonia da Camera performances, as well as all of the other artists coming to KCPA this season, will go on sale August 9th.

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