Music in your house is limited to Dad's off-key songs in the shower and Junior's screeching practice scales on the piano. You can give the whole family's ears some smooth listening thanks to today's deal from the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras: Pay $10 for one ticket on the main floor (regularly $20) or $20 for one ticket in the lower balcony (regularly $40) and take in a rare performance of the "Alpine Symphony" by a 140-member orchestra of professional and student musicians at the 65th Anniversary Alumni Concert on April 9 at 7:30 p.m. Due to its size and the requirement of many different instruments, this famous piece is rarely performed. Or, pay $10 for one main floor ticket (regularly $20) or $20 for one lower balcony ticket (regularly $40) to a concert on May 13 at 7:30 p.m. that features CYSO alumni Demarre and Anthony McGill; the latter performed at President Obama's inauguration, and the entire performance will dazzle audiences with the supreme musical stylings of this ever-popular ensemble. We all know practice makes perfect, and CYSO has been educating budding artists for 65 years, which means this half-off deal should be music to your ears.
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Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras
Orchestra Hall Concert Ticket for the Main Floor ($10) or Lower Balcony ($20) on April 9 or May 13
- from $10