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Chicago, IL - I missed performing at DePaul during the pandemic, so I'm beyond grateful to return to public orchestral performances with these concerts at DePaul University's Holtschneider Performance Center:

Monday, October 11th at 8PM DePaul Concert Orchestra performs COPLAND: Appalachian Spring*, ELLINGTON: The River*, conducted by Daniel Boico (Gannon Concert Hall).

Thursday, December 9th & Friday, December 10th Christmas at DePaul returns. This year's performance was recorded live and will be broadcast nationwide on PBS in December 2022. Conducted by Dr. Eric Esparza (Saint Vincent DePaul Church).

Saturday, February 5th at 8PM DePaul Symphony Orchestra performs CORREIA: El Concierto Interrumpido, BIZET: Carmen Suite No. 1*, conducted by Dr. Cliff Colnot (Gannon Concert Hall).

Saturday, March 5th at 8PM DePaul Wind Ensemble peforms HAILSTORK: Celebration!, HAILSTORK: American Guernica, SCHWANTNER: New Morning for the World: Daybreak of Freedom*, THOMAS: Come Sunday, conducted by Dr. Erica Neidlinger (Gannon Concert Hall).

Wednesday, March 9th, Friday, March 11th & Sunday, March 13th DePaul Opera Theatre presents Falstaff by Giuseppe Verdi, directed by Harry Silverstein and conducted by Emanuele Andrizzi (Jarvis Opera Hall).

Saturday, April 23rd at 8PM DePaul Symphony Orchestra performs CRESTON: Fantasy for Trombone and Orchestra, WIENIAWSKI: Violin Concerto No. 1, LISZT: Les Préludes*, conducted by Dr. Cliff Colnot (Gannon Concert Hall).

Saturday, May 21st at 8PM & Tuesday, May 24th at 7:30PM DePaul Symphony Orchestra performs SHOSTAKOVICH: Festive Overture, LARA: Canticum Sacrum, RESPIGHI: Fountains of Rome*, conducted by Dr. Cliff Colnot in two performances (Gannon Concert Hall and Symphony Center, respectively).

* pieces that include harp

See DePaul University's complete School of Music calendar here

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