Riccardo Muti, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI (born 28 July 1941) is an Italian conductor and Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
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Riccardo Muti's triumphant return to with the after 12 years away…
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"Welcome back, maestro!" Riccardo Muti returns to Italy's La Scala after an absence of a dozen years…
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Riccardo Muti returns to La Scala with his "super battleship"
Riccardo Muti returns to La Scala with his 'super battleship' - reports form Milan
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ive been listening to Beethoven 9 - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Riccardo Muti to try block out the girls screaming in the library
Verdi is perfect. Shakespeare is perfect. Arrigo Boito is perfect. Riccardo Muti is perfect. Words. Music. Magic. ❤️🎶
I just used Shazam to discover Persischer Marsch Op.289 by Wiener Philharmoniker & Riccardo Muti.
For the music-minded, a review of "Falstaff," conducted by Riccardo Muti in Chicago: Viva Verdi (and Shakespeare).
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The conductor Riccardo Muti shows his ample gifts as Verdi’s protector and defender in “Falstaff” in Chicago.
It's "like looking out a newly cleaned window [...] everything is brighter, sharper."
.on Muti, Verdi, and Falstaff at via Going tonight.
"This eloquent “Falstaff” is a triumph for Mr. Muti. Long live the king."
Riccardo Muti, the King of Verdi, does "Falstaff" in Chicago (repeats tonight and Tuesday!)
I added a video to a playlist Beethoven 9 - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Riccardo Muti
I don't want to bother them and ruin the party they are preparing so carefu...
I'm not shy in the spotlight. I might seem austere and even arrogant, but f...
A very European sound: Riccardo Muti conducted the Chicago Symphony Orchestra to give two concerts in Beijing ...
In the review queue: Riccardo Muti & in Symphonie fantastique and the rarely performed Lélio (CSO Resound).
Muti says he is mulling offer from La Scala (2): Salzburg, August 14 - Italian conductor Riccardo. Muti told AN...
The CSO family wishes Maestro Riccardo Muti the happiest of birthdays!
July 28, 1941: Riccardo Muti, the Orchestra's tenth Music Director, is born in Naples, Italy.
Listening to interview with Riccardo Muti on the radio and am pleasantly surprised that I still remember some Italian
Romeo and Juliet Suite: Montagues and Capulets by Riccardo Muti on
Happy Birthday to living legend Riccardo Muti! Here he is leading a stirring performance of the Intermezzo from Cav. https:/…
Cecilia Bartoli sings the final section of Mozart's Exsultate Jubilate. Conductor: Riccardo Muti
Building my keynote with the perfect tunes :) ♫ Verdi: La Traviata - The Sony Opera House – Riccardo Muti
Prokofiev: Suite from Romeo and Juliet, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Riccardo Muti, review: 'outstanding'
Riccardo Muti’s point of view powerfully at work in Berlioz, Debussy program
Riccardo Muti conducts TCHAIKOVSKY 4 at CSO!! thanks VetTix!! (@ Chicago Symphony Orchestra) on
We call this News? It's the old story of talent extinguished by politics. It is hardly news that the state of...
Currently rehearsing with Riccardo Muti. Yeah, this is pretty great.
MASTERS YOUNG AND OLD, with conductor Riccardo Muti (shown) and the Chicago Symphony -- Tonight, on WRR,...
Following Muti's walk out in Rome, disects the troubles of the Italian opera world
The star Italian conductor Riccardo Muti has left his flagship position at the Opera of Rome
Riccardo Muti's resignation: Does have an opera problem?
Riccardo Muti's resignation: Does Italy have an problem?
Muti says no way back at Rome Opera: Rome, September 24 - Iconic Italian conductor. Riccardo Muti said Wednesda...
Despite strikes and Riccardo Muti's resignations, Cinderella is on stage at the .
The situation on Italy is a symptom for a European disease. “Muti, melodrama and mayhem...
Riccardo Muti Official had turned the orchestra of Rome´s opera house into an instrument of world class, one of...
FREE open rehearsal with Riccardo Muti - 9/29, 7pm @ 220 S. Michigan. I strongly encourage you to come.
Heading towards after listening to Riccardo Muti rehearse in and
Riccardo Muti's resignation: Does Italy have an opera problem?
And he never came back - Conductors are dropping like flies in Europe. Riccardo Muti just resigned as ch...
Riccardo Muti severs ties with the Opera of Rome
Riccardo Muti bows out of conducting
A shock resignation shows the chaos of Italian opera - Riccardo Muti's departure from Rome Opera reveals ...
Riccardo Muti has resigned from Opera di Roma, shortly after two conductors leave Wiener Staatsoper. What's going on?
Riccardo Muti bows out of conducting Rome opera amid strikes
▪ Riccardo Muti resigns from Rome Opera: In light of the revered Italian conductor's resignation, Ruper...
W. A. Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus, Riccardo Muti: ←this is conducter: Muti...beautyful...
The Musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra are pleased to welcome Jeff Alexander as President of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association. In Mr. Alexander, the CSO has a proven, effective President who is keenly committed to high artistic standards and who will support the vision of our Music Director, Riccardo Muti. He has shown a lifelong commitment to managing orchestras and brings a wealth of experience to Chicago. We look forward to his arrival. Mr. Alexander currently serves as President and CEO of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, a post he has held for 14 years, since September 2000. Prior to his time in Vancouver, he spent 16 years at the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in education, regional touring and artistic administration, with the final 12 of those years as its General Manager. Mr. Alexander is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, where he majored in French Horn Performance. He has been a member of the League of American Orchestras since 1982 and Orchestras ...
Overture to La forza del destino with Riccardo Muti on Daybreak
Italian conductor Riccardo Muti extends his contract as musical director at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra until at least 2020.
Overture to Nabucco by the Philharmonia Orchestra and Riccardo Muti on
We already wrote about the Ljubljana Festival that will commemorate the tenth anniversary of the death of Carlos Kleiber with a concert conducted by Riccardo Muti on July, 7th. It’s a pleasure for us to host a global information about this festival. AT THE HEART OF YOUR SUMMER ADVENTURE The 62nd edition of the Ljubljana Festival, featuring a highly diverse and exciting program, will run between 1 July and 1 September this summer. Five concerts in Ljubljana’s Congress Square together with one at the Piazza Unità in neighbouring Trieste will make for an even more varied summer beat across two cities. The Festival gets off to a passionate start with a performance of Carmina Burana and by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam. Renowned conductors Uroš Lajovic, Riccardo Muti, Karel Mark Chichon, Nikša Bareza, George Pehlivanian, Vladislav Černušenko, Andres Mustonen and Mariss Jansons all come to lead and inspire. Alongside the celebrated Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam are Moscow ...
Riccardo Muti From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Riccardo Muti (2008) Riccardo Muti, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI (Italian: [rikˈkardo ˈmuːti]; born 28 July 1941) is an Italian conductor. He holds two Music Directorships: the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini. Previously he held posts at the Maggio Musicale in Florence, the Philharmonia Orchestra in London, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Teatro alLa Scala in Milan and the Salzburg Whitsun Festival. Muti has been a prolific recording artist and has received dozens of honors, titles, awards and prizes. He is particularly associated with the music of Giuseppe Verdi. Childhood and education Muti was born in Naples but he spent his early childhood in Molfetta, near Bari, in the long region of Apulia on Italy's southern Adriatic coast. His father was a doctor in Molfetta and an amateur singer; his mother, a Neapolitan, was a professional singer. Muti graduated from Liceo classico (Classical Lyceum) Vittorio E ...
Fabulous collection of performances in our Concerts & Recitals Genre. Joshua Bell, Riccardo Muti, Joyce Di Donato, and many more.
Magic Flute overture at the Salzburg festival 2006. Mozart Wiener philharmoniker directed by Riccardo Muti.
Joshua Bell came to national attention at the age of 14 in a highly acclaimed orchestral debut with Riccardo Muti and the Philadelphia Orchestra. A Carnegie Hall debut, the Avery Fisher Career Grant, and a recording contract followed soon thereafter. Today, he is equally at home as a soloist, chambe…
* for overwhelmingly powerful Requiem under 'force of nature' Riccardo Muti
"Riccardo Muti says future of music sounds flat"
"Riccardo Muti stresses value of arts to future"
Chicago Symphony inks new deal with Riccardo Muti via
More than halfway through Monday’s press conference announcing the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s 2014-15 season, Riccardo Muti playfully revealed that he had just signed a contract extension that will keep him as the orchestra’s Music Director through 2020.
Riccardo Muti on Classical Music Advertising: “Today all you see are violinist’s legs and a conductor with hair like a forest. The future seems to be legs and hair.”
Concert in Chicago, Cellists YoYo-Ma and Giovanni Sollima, with Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Music Director Riccardo Muti and musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra discuss their close relationship as the CSO welcomes Maestro Muti for the 2010/1...
CSO's Muti looks ahead to 6 more years in Chicago: Microphone in hand, Riccardo Muti insisted he is "not a sen...
Chicago Symphony inks new deal with Riccardo Muti - The Chicago Symphony Orchestra said Monday that it has agree...
Riccardo Muti straight talk "Because of the food of today, conductors must be more intelligent.” Fab.
Riccardo Muti is a man for all seasons -- and he'll be with the CSO though the 2019-2020 season.
Riccardo Muti extends his contract with the
Muti to stay in Chicago until 2020: Chicago, February 4 - Riccardo Muti has extended. his tenure as music direc...
Riccardo Muti to direct the Chicago Symphony through 2020.
My Chicago interview feature: 's Riccardo Muti a man for all seasons -
Riccardo Muti announced he is staying as Music Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra until 2020. He will...
Photo by Todd Rosenberg My (radio) guest tonight: Riccardo Muti, Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, in the first of two parts of a new conversation (recorded last week) reflecting on his recent activities, and on Schubert's orchestral works.
CSO's Riccardo Muti a man for all seasons
Riccardo Muti has extended his current contract with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra to August 2020. Muti signed his first contract with the orchestra in September 2010, replacing Bernard Haitink. Prior to that he had been Music Director at La Scala, Milan, from 1986-2005.
Riccardo Muti is steadfast in his search to connect the musical past and present in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s mission
wishing you buon lavoro and continued wonderful music making with Riccardo Muti, as Maestro's tenure extends to 2020!
Now playing Riccardo Muti with the great news that he's staying at until 2020.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Riccardo Muti returns to lead the world premiere of a CSO-commissioned work, Italian composer Giovanni Sollima's "Antidotum Tarantulae" Concerto for Two Cellos and...
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Forget Cutler, most important free agent re-signing in Chicago is of Riccardo Muti.
Read about the Ukrainian 'Pianist-Extremist' & the Milwaukee stolen stradivarius in today's news:
Congratulations They have the best Maestro: Muti until 2020
Conductor Riccardo Muti and to continue partnership through 2020.
Conductor Riccardo Muti of Chicago Symphony players: 'They have changed me.'
CSO’s Riccardo Muti a man for all seasons + MORE
CSO's Riccardo Muti a man for all seasons - Chicago Sun-Times
Riccardo Muti, who has led the orchestra since 2010, signed a five-year contract to extend his tenure through 2020.
Chicago Symphony’s Riccardo Muti a man for all seasons
Riccardo Muti & perform Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert & others tonight at 8pm on
TONIGHT: Tune in to Critical Thinking on WFMT 98.7 FM at 10 p.m. Andrew Patner talks with Riccardo Muti in part...
Muti to lead Chicago symphony through 2020: CHICAGO (AP) — Maestro Riccardo Muti has extended his contract with the Chicago Symphony ...
More Muti: Maestro Riccardo Muti signed a new five-year deal with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, keeping the...
Home from Chicago. Had a great time visiting DePaul in "the Windy City" (which was not very windy but cold and snowy) and seeing the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (featuring Yo-Yo Ma and Giovanni Sollima) conducted by Riccardo Muti. If you told me 17 years ago that my baby girl (the offspring of two adrenaline junkies) would grow up to study classical music I would have laughed. Thank you Caitlin for the journey you have taken us on. I am so excited to see where you take us next.
Riccardo Muti launches his exploration of the complete Schubert symphonies with the composer?s
World Premier of Giovanni Sollima's Concerto for Two Cellos and Orchestra performed by Sollima and Yo Yo Ma, conducted by Riccardo Muti. Incredible.
Riccardo Muti’s Chicago Symphony Orchestra winter residency programs this week and next, have a particularly Janus-faced character. They look to the past to prepare for the future and they look to a future that is very conscious of the past. Franz Schubert is a composer who . . .
Yo-Yo Ma premiering a new concerto with Riccardo Muti!
"I am deeply saddened by the loss of a great musician, a man who for many decades has marked history in the world of conducting and musical interpretation for international institutions. His work is an immense testimony to the importance of European and Italian culture around the world. I admire him for the strong courage he showed in the face of a long and terrible illness, and for the seriousness and profundity that characterized his life as a musician and as a Maestro." Riccardo Muti
Mario Brunello, born in Castelfranco Veneto (Treviso - Italy) 1960, is an Italian cellist. He studied under the guide of Adriano Vendramelli (Venice Conservatorio of music) and of Antonio Janigro. In 1986 he was awarded the first prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow) in the cello section. - ex equo with Kirill Rodin (Russia then USSR). Since then Brunello has played with the most important orchestras in the world: London Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestre National de France, NHK Symphony Orchestra (Tokyo), Scala Philharmonic Orchestra, Santa Cecilia, only to name a few, and under conductors such as Valery Gergiev, Zubin Mehta, Riccardo Muti, Yuri Temirkanov, Riccardo Chailly, Ton Koopman, Seiji Ozawa, Daniele Gatti, Myung-Whun Chung and Claudio Abbado. As a chamber musician Brunello has performed with artists such as Gidon Kremer, Martha Argerich, Frank Peter Zimmermann, Yuri Bashmet, Maurizio Pollini, Andrea Lucchesini, Valery Af ...
"Pierre Boulez is one of the great revolutionaries in the history of music" Riccardo Muti
Playing selections from Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. Riccardo Muti conducts the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Leo Nucci sings the great baritone aria from Verdi's Il Trovatore. La Scala, 2001. Conductor: Riccardo Muti. For a free, English translation please see the f...
To my Westminster family: Found this 25yr old (1987-88 season), dub of a dub cassette recording of a broadcast of Westminster Symphonic Choir singing Bruckner's Te Deum (1st Mvt.) with Riccardo Muti and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Not a great quality recording, but a nice walk down memory lane. I don't recall who the soloists were. Can someone fill in the blanks?
Incontro Mediterraneo Events Watermark Egypt Agency (Communication and events) Happens in Cairo VERDI SEASON IN CAIRO (Cairo Opera House) Inauguration of the exhibition “From Villa Verdi to Cairo. The untraveled journey.” Photographs by Sandro Vannini and presentation of the book “Viva Villa Verdi”, by Roberto Mottadelli and Sandro Vannini. Preface by Riccardo Muti and Corrado Mingardi. Photo: the President of the Cairo Opera House, Ines Abdel Dayem.the Italian Ambassador in Cairo Maurizio Massari and the photographer Sandro Vannini
Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, and Bernard Haitink rehearse Mahler with the Concertgebouw Orchestra.
LOVE the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's cover of "Chelsea Dagger"- Riccardo Muti sporting a Toews jersey too.
The CSO salutes the Blackhawks - Riccardo Muti of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, led a classically-inspired rendition of “Chelsea Dagger.
Riccardo Muti has never needed the excuse of a big anniversary year to celebrate the music of his beloved Giuseppe Verdi. Yet so plentiful are the opportunities to go the extra distance in this bicentennial year that you can hardly blame the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Director for seizing them...
CSO Music Director Riccardo Muti leads the orchestra in a rousing rendition of the Fratellis "Chelsea Dagger", the song played at the United Center after every Blackhawks goal. (Courtesy of the CSO)
While no contract has been signed or finalized, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Director Riccardo Muti told WFMT Radio and the Chicago Sun-Times in an exclusive interview that he hopes to extend his relationship with the CSO after his current five-year term ends in summer 2015.
The Birgit Nilsson Prize for 2011 will be awarded to laureate Riccardo Muti at the Royal Opera in Stockholm, Sweden on October 13, 2011 in the presence of H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf and H.M. Queen Silvia. Maestro Muti is being recognized for his extraordinary contributions in opera and concert, as we...
My listening program of tonight is Giuseppe Verdi's "Un Ballo in Maschera" conducted by Riccardo Muti. I indulged in wonderful voices of Placido Domingo, Piero Cappuccilli & my FB friend, Mrs.Fiorenza Cossotto.
Riccardo Muti bids CSO arrivederci with rewarding program: Robert Schumann is another composer about whose mus...
Riccardo Muti kisses life into I due Foscari in Rome - Read our review
Going to the Metropolitan Opera today to watch Ricardo Mutti conduct Don Carlos..
Franz Schubert's Symphony No. 8 in B minor (sometimes renumbered as Symphony No. 7, in accordance with the Neue Schubert-Ausgabe), commonly known as the "Unfinished Symphony" (German: Unvollendete), D.759, was started in 1822 but left with only two movements known to be complete, even though S...
Herzog's interview directing the Verdi bicentennial in Rome, w Riccardo Muti on the podium.
Sarà l'Orchestra giovanile Luigi Cherubini ad accompagnare il "Don Quijote", il balletto tratto dall'omonimo romanzo di Cervantes in scena dal 22 al 27 marzo 2013. Fondata da Riccardo Muti nel 2004. It will be the Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra to accompany the "Don Quijote", the ballet based on the novel by Cervantes in scene 22 to 27 March 2013. Founded by Riccardo Muti in 2004.
Mask ideas, plenty of them, filled the Lobby of Rome's Opera House on the first performance this season of Giuseppe Verd's dark early opera "I Due Foscari" which was brilliantly conducted by Riccardo Muti.
I Due Foscari by Verdi, conducted by Riccardo Muti. Absolutely cannot wait! :-D
My iTunes just alphabetically transitioned from Riccardo Muti to Richard Gere. That was startling. And yes, I was a fan of Chicago.
new I due Foscari opens tonight at Rome's Teatro dell'Opera, with Luca Salsi and Francesco Meli, c. Riccardo Muti
After a decade-long conducting career in his native Israel, Itay Talgam has reinvented himself as a conductor of people in business.
Riccardo Muti dirige l'Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini. Compra il video in versione completa:
Very excited about this month's issue of WHERE and my interview with Riccardo Muti!
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Just click and listen: Riccardo Muti conducts the CSO Musicians in a performance of Brahms' Violin Concerto (with Pinchas Zukerman, violin) and Symphony No. 2, together with Haydn's Symphony No. 89. Special comments by Maestro Muti and CSO Musicians Michael Mulcahy, Eugene Izotov and Mark Kraemer.
Listen and enjoy. I am so proud of him.He first performed this on KDKA radio in Pittsburgh at the age of 15. still going strong many years later.
We met Nicola Mazzanti during the First European Piccolo Festival in Slovenia this year. Everyone there was very impressed by his teaching, so that's why we invited him to do piccolo Master Classes on both days of our Festival. And he will be there! So don't hesitate and subscribe for a 45 minutes lesson by this great piccoloist. Nicola Mazzanti Nicola Mazzanti Florence, Italy Nicola Mazzanti currently serves as Solo Piccolo of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, one of Italy's leading symphony orchestras, a position he has held since 1988. His performances have received praise from the many elite conductors who conduct the orchestra, including Music Director Zubin Mehta, Semyon Bychkov, Felix Slatkin, Eduardo Mata, Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, Seiji Ozawa and Georges Prêtre. Orchestral career highlights include a 2002 invitation from the Berlin Philharmonic to audition for its solo piccolo chair, an invitation from Claudio Abbado to perform Verdi’s Falstaff under his direction in the Mahler Chamber Orc ...
Whatever angst there may be over Riccardo Muti's missing his third set of concerts in less than three years as Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Director, know that the flu -ridden superstar conductor is no Luciano Pavarotti.
Riccardo Muti, the master conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, is sounding an ominous note, and it isn't rising from the orchestra pit. The former longtime maestro at Milan's La Scala opera house is worried that the stubborn financial crisis in much of the world risks impoverishing not just ...
For your listening pleasure: You're in for a real treat today. Fresh tapes of Riccardo Muti conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in a real rarity, Dvořák's 1875 Symphony No. 5 (long known as No. 1), a little bit Wagner, a little bit Moldau; Giuseppe Martucci's exquisite turn-of-the-last-century Notturno; and the most (only?) musical performance of Respighi's 1926 "Roman Festivals" you'll ever hear. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. CDT on 98.7WFMT and wfmt.com. Bonus tracks, also new: Wagner's "Flying Dutchman" Overture and Anne-Sophie Mutter in the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. Enjoy!
Hear the opening concert of Carnegie Hall's new season with a gala performance of Carl Orff's lusty, rowdy masterpiece, featuring the CSO and Music Director Riccardo Muti.
I adore opera - and for me, José Carreras is the finest tenor ever. 'I Pagliacci' by Leoncavallo. Riccardo Muti. ♪ … ♪
Following in the footsteps of legends such as Leopold Stokwoski, Eugene Ormandy, and Riccardo Muti, Yannick Nezet-Seguin is set to conduct his inaugural
Franckly, my dear: In this week's issue of The New Yorker I write about Riccardo Muti, the Chicago, and the unsi...
examines Riccardo Muti's revival of the Franck Symphony in D minor : The New Yorker via
yeah Riccardo Muti is another great Italian! Go to jovanotti’s concert, trust me, you won’t regret!
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, in its overdue debut in Mexico, plays and teaches in Guanajuato and Mexico City.
really?, that's awesome!...I think the director of the Chicago symphony is Italian...Riccardo Muti!
What a scuz that Riccardo Muti is! All he played in Mexico was european music like Franck and Brahm's. Nice music, but nothing by by any Mexican composers. He should have been BOOED. Even St. Olaf Orchestra played better stuff at Oak Park High today, like Sensamaya by Revueltas, and Daphnis anc Chloe.
Watching Riccardo Muti conduct the 1st mvmt of Mozarts symphony no. 40 is an eye opener to some amazing technique. I have so much work today.
John von Rhein reports on the festive finale of tour of Mexico:
Palace of Fine Arts discovered the Infinite thanks to Riccardo Muti
My Sun-Times wrap-up of the just-comleted Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Riccardo Muti NYC/Mexico tour:
For the first time, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra plays in
Mexico City provides festive finale to CSO, Muti tour
Riccardo Muti's debut recording with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Beethoven symphony no 7, issued on Angel S-37538 (1979). I remember hearing this on the radi...
A STUNNER tonight at from Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony. Bravo - Chicago is lucky to have them.
auntiespaz: Marilyn Horne and Riccardo Muti backstage at Carnegie Hall after the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s…
I'm about to go on the air from Guanajuato, Mexico, on 98.7WFMT Chicago and wfmt.com with Carl Grapentine discussing the Chicago Symphony Orchestra/Riccardo Muti tour. 8:17 a.m. CDT.
I HEART the WEEKDAYS nights of CERVANTINO in my Hometown !
Chills! Standing ovation for Riccardo Muti & the world's greatest orchestra, the mighty Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Love discovering new great music of any genre...tonight: Antonin Dvorak's 5th Symphony and Ottorino Respighi's 'Feste Romane' - both on the NYT Music review pages - Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra opened the Met's season in NYC and they played both of these pieces, and they are both listen worthy :) I have several of both composers, but not these...
Riccardo Muti conducted the Chicago Symphony at Carnegie Hall in works that ranged from Respighi to a New York premiere by Mason Bates.
Riccardo Muti and Chicago Symphony at Carnegie Hall - via
I thoroughly enjoyed the Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert at Carnegie Hall last Friday. Riccardo Muti, the CSO conductor, has observed that touring exposes the weaknesses of a mediocre orchestra while bringing out what makes a superior orchestra sound superior. The maestro’s axiom certainly has proven true in the case of his Chicago Symphony Orchestra as it approaches the end of its three-concert residency at Carnegie Hall here this week. The combination of elegance and brilliance Muti inspires in these 100-odd musicians is something to behold wherever the CSO performs. But at Carnegie, with its fabled acoustics that give back everything orchestras put in, these qualities are enhanced, extended, ennobled. The music-making takes on refinements of sound and style and color not readily available to the Chicago musicians back home. That’s what a great concert hall and a great orchestra under a great conductor can produce together.
Riccardo Muti, Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra discusses the upcoming performance of Orff’s 'Carmina Burana' at Carnegie Hall’s opening night gala. David Miliband, Former Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom
Riccardo Muti, conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, recalls his 1980 meeting with Carl Orff and hints at his influence in shaping Orff's final versio...
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, led by Riccardo Muti, resolved a brief strike last week in time to perform Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” Wednesday night at Carnegie Hall’s season-opening concert.
Hear last night's fab concert now: Riccardo Muti & in 'Carmina Burana.' ...
Tonight I will enjoy the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Riccardo Muti, and playing works by Dvorak, Martucci and Respighi. At Carnegie Hall, 8PM. I am certainly looking forward to it!!!
Chicago Symphony Orchestra is one the greatest orchestras I've ever seen live! Also go to meet Riccardo Muti!!
Photo: Riccardo Muti, Music Director and conductor of Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Taken with Instagram at...
Riccardo Muti, Music Director and conductor of Chicago @ Carnegie Hall (Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage)
Chicago Symphony Orchestra and conductor Riccardo Muti plays Wagner, Bates and Franck
Just out of rehearsals for the New York premiere of "Alternative Energy" tonight at Carnegie Hall! Maestro Riccardo Muti & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra sound amazing! I'm in good company on this one, sandwiched between giants. Here's the program: Richard Wagner - Overture to The Flying Dutchman Mason Bates - Alternative Energy (NY Premiere) César Franck - Symphony in D Minor Get your tickets at you there!
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is consistently hailed as one of today's leading orchestras. In the 2010-2011 season-the orchestra's 120th-Riccardo Muti began his tenure as the CSO's 10th Music Director.Throughout its history, the CSO has enjoyed leadership from an illustrious list of m...
There was at least one common denominator between Symphony Ball on Saturday and the Carnegie Hall gala Wednesday night: the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and its Music Director, Riccardo Muti. In the best performance Muti and the CSO have yet given together of this work over two seasons, he built on th...
Under the direction of Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Director and conductor Riccardo Muti, the performance features soprano Rosa Feola; countertenor Antonio Giovannini; baritone Audun Iverson; the Chicago Symphony Chorus led by chorus director Duain Wolfe; and the Chicago Children's Choir led by ...
Riccardo Muti is an Italian conductor best known for being the Music Director of Milan's La Scala opera house from 1986 to 2005, and of the Philadelphia Orchestra from 1980 to 1992. In 1967, he won the Cantelli Prize for young conductors. From 1968 to 1980 he was Principal Director and Music D...
Riccardo Muti and the CSO open Carnegie Hall's season with Carl Orff's lusty and rowdy Carmina Burana
Had a remarkable weekend in Atlanta celebrating my aunt’s 90th birthday with my sister and wonderful cousins, who treated us like royalty. We also managed to get to historic Ebenezer Baptist Church where MLK had been co-pastor: they were playing a recording of one of his sermons from the sanctuary and sitting out in the pews, you could really get a sense of what it must have been like to hear this amazing man in that same space. I had to miss Saturday night’s Symphony Ball -- a first in decades of covering them -- but Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Director Riccardo Muti himself exonerated me, wishing my aunt a Happy Birthday and noting that there would be other Symphony Balls. I did make it back in time to head to jail with Muti, bass-baritone Eric Owens, tenor Raul Melo and the CSO brass quintet, who all gave an inspiring concert to lift the spirits of the inmates Sunday afternoon. Muti and the CSO are heading to New York where they will present three programs to open the Carnegie Hall concert sea ...
It’s not every day that youths incarcerated at the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center spend two hours with a world-famous conductor, a pair of international opera singers and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet. “We wish you good luck,” CSO Music Director Riccardo Muti told the...
Jitters, relief and joy seemed present in equal measure at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s gala concert and Symphony Ball fund-raiser Saturday at Symphony Center and the Fairmont Hotel. “Stay close to your orchestra,” Music Director Riccardo Muti said to loud applause from the black-tie audience du...
Another amazing photo by the amazing Mr Todd Rosenberg. Riccardo Muti conducts the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and several thousand umbrellas in the National Anthem Friday night at Millennium Park.
Headed over to the Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park for FREE season opener with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Riccardo Muti, Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Children's Choir, and vocal soloists in Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana"!
Riccardo Muti made clear before a full house Thursday at Symphony Center that with the start of his third season as Chicago Symphony Orchestra Music Director, he is fully at home here. At 71, the maestro feels relaxed enough with audiences as well as performers to present his often unusual programmi...
Photo: Todd Rosenberg By Dennis Polkow Two years ago, Riccardo Muti inaugurated his tenure as Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with a
Concert season! CSO featuring Riccardo Muti at Millennium Park Sept 21 at 6:30--FREE! Dec 2nd: Andrea Bocelli at the Allstate Arena-- Tickets: $140; DEC 21 at the CSO: WELCOME YULE! concerto--Tickets: $48-54! I'd hate to go alone! Let me know if you are interested!
Friday, September 21 at 6:30pm in CDT at Millennium Park
Speech by Recipient Maestro Riccardo Muti at the Birgit Nilsson Prize Award Ceremony 2011 at the Royal Swedish Opera on 13 October 2011.
Riccardo Muti talks about how he influenced Orff's Carmina Burana: vía ->
The dramatic and powerful maestro, Riccardo Muti...from the early 1980"s I believe...no orchestra has the strings...
Yo-Yo Ma can be watched playing together with Sejun's father side by side. He had passionately performed the Schumann Cello Concerto just before this program...
Listening Riccardo Muti's great speech made at celebration of 150 Anniversary of Unità d'Italia at Parliament of Rome
I'll be there: will you? Sept 21, Millennium Park, Ricardo Muti and the CSO!
View the latest in our series of short webisodes about Riccardo Muti. In this episode, Maestro Muti discusses the Verdi Requiem. Music Director Riccardo Muti...
Riccardo Muti, already established in the pantheon of legendary conductors, heralded a new era for the distinguished Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) when he became the orchestra’s 10th Music Director in 2010. His debut recording with the CSO scooped two Grammy awards and performances were described...
Bernard Haitink, Pierre Boulez, Daniel Harding, Gustavo Dudamel or Riccardo Muti: which maestro do you want to see this Sunday?
The Russischer Marsch, one of Johann Strauss's 'characteristic marches', belongs to that group of new compositions with which the Viennese maestro charmed au...
Riccardo Muti w Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Need to go.
Don't miss what is sure to be another landmark in CSO and Chicago history when Riccardo Muti and the CSO return to Millennium Park to perform Carl Orff's choral blockbuster, Carmina Burana featuring Maria Grazia Schiavo, Antonio Giovannini, the Chicago Symphony Chorus and the Chicago Children’s Choi...
Im so lucky... The Chicago Symphony Orchestra (conducted by Riccardo Muti) will give a free concert the day of my golden birthday :) cant wait now
Really bummed that its too cloudy to watch the meteorshower! On the bright side, I just listened to the Philadelphia Orchestra playing Pines of Rome, under the direction of Mr. Riccardo Muti, and suddenly feel like the apartment I've been stuck in for four days is filled with MIND-BLOWING EPIC-NESS!
Music review: Riccardo Muti, Chicago Symphony at Segerstrom Hall - Join Talk at:
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In impromptu stage remarks after the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s closing performance of the season Sunday afternoon, Riccardo Muti announced to the audience that longtime assistant principal second violinist Albert Igolnikov would be retiring from the orchestra. Igolnikov joined the CSO in 1979 und...
Yesterday I heard Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra rehearse Bruckner's 6th. *sublime* Muti turned to the audience and said, "Culture is the only thing that can save this terrible world."
Riccardo Muti throws out 1st pitch at Wrigley Field 6/13/12
The CSO ushers in a new era with Music Director Riccardo Muti.
Actor/author Simon Callow is guest host with Lisa Flynn now on 98.7WFMT and wfmt.com, 10:15 a.m. to 12 noon CDT. He'll be participating in the CSO's Beyond the Score program with Riccardo Muti and Gerard McBurney on Beethoven's Fifth this Friday and Sunday afternoons.
Riccardo Muti, the conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, will conduct a concert in the Vatican in honor of Pope Benedict XVI.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra directed by conductor Riccardo Muti performing in Russia for first time since fall of Soviet Union.
Riccardo Muti brings Chicago Symphony to California: "They are big, important works, each completely different f...
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