Claude Debussy in 1908

By Nadar, Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons

Prairie Performances - May 15, 2020

An Anniversary Celebration

From Debussy to Bernstein, Sinfonia da Camera performs your favorites. 

The Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra performs.

The Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra

Prairie Performances - May 08, 2020

Terra Nostra 

Enjoy this new oratorio performed by the Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra and two additional local musical groups.

Mount St. Helens erupting

By Austin Post, Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons

Prairie Performances - May 01, 2020

All The World’s A Stage

Enjoy this colorful program that uses volcanoes as its musical subject. 

Portrait of Wolfgang Amadeusz Mozart

Wikimedia Commons

Prairie Performances - April 24, 2020

Music of Titans

Enjoy this performance by the Champaign-Urbana Symphony featuring the works of musical titans. 

Wikimedia Commons

Prairie Performances - April 17, 2020

Music of Destiny

An exciting offering of acclaimed masterworks and engaging discoveries.

man standing at a piano

Prairie Performances - April 10, 2020

Saint Matthew Passion

Enjoy a performance of Bach's Saint Matthew Passion featuring Sinfonia da Camera, the Central Illinois Children’s Chorus, the University of Illinois Chorale, and the UI Oratorio Society.

The Eiffel Tower at night. Paris, France

By Sergey Ashmarin. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Prairie Performances - April 03, 2020

April in Paris

Enjoy familiar French favorites in this light and uplifting concert with the Illinois Symphony. 

Violin scroll

Wikimedia Commons

Prairie Performances - March 27, 2020

Fiery Fiddlin

Fiddles and violins abound in this program from the Illinois Symphony Orchestra. 

Munich Hall of Fame: Composer Carl Orff (installed in 2009)

Wikimedia Commons

Prairie Performances - March 20, 2020

Carmina Burana

Enjoy this performance of Carl Orff’s scenic cantata.

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