Hayato Sumino

Sunday, July 21, 2024

CSO + Marin Alsop with Hayato Sumino

Chopin’s First Concerto, Strauss’s Don Juan

Venue: Pavilion Part of: Kids Concerts Series Part of: CSO Residency
Donor Gates Open:
2:30 PM
Gates Open:
3:00 PM
Concert Starts:
5:00 PM
Mainstage Sponsor: Ravinia Women’s Board
Media Support:

Tickets:

Reserved Seats: $35–$95
Lawn Reserved Blocks: $45*
Lawn General Admission: $17

* Price per person; must reserve full block of 2, 4, or 6

^ Price increases by $5 one week before the event; ticket selection screen shows current price

Getting Here:/   $10 Parking / No Park and Ride /   Free Metra UP-N Park in the West Parking Lot at 201 Ravinia Park Road. The lot opens 1 hour before the gate opening time listed above. Park and Ride shuttles are not running for this event. Parking on the residential streets surrounding Ravinia is strictly prohibited. More Parking Info Ride the Metra Union Pacific North Line train to and from the main entrance for free with your Ravinia ticket. More Train Info

  Restaurants, Bars, & Concessions in the Park The Park View and Lawn Bar are open for dinner and drinks, and the Freehling Room is open to eligible Ravinia donors. Reservations are recommended for dinner. Ravinia Market / Café and Carts are open with hot food stations plus chilled grab-and-go, drinks, ice cream, and snacks. The Tree Top Lounge is open with craft cocktails and more curated beverages. Make a Reservation 

Child and adult making musical arts & crafts   More Family Fun at KidsLawn 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the KidsLawn, join Reach Teach Play® for musical arts and crafts making shaker instruments, as well as live performances by musical guest Lindsay Weinberg, a longtime Ravinia Teaching Artist. KidsLawn also features interactive, large-scale percussion instruments to bring out the kids’ creative energy!

 When Do Tickets Go On Sale? Public ticket sales open at 8:00 a.m. CT on Wednesday, April 24, exclusively here at Ravinia.org. Ravinia donors receive online access to tickets as early as March 19 or during mid-April.

 Lawn Video Screens This performance will be shown live on a large video screen facing the North Lawn in addition to the Pavilion and South Lawn screens.

 Movie Screens The complete movie will be shown on video screens in the Pavilion and facing the North and South Lawns while the score is played live.

About the Performance

Gold medalist of Asia’s Chopin Competition and a standout laureate of the International Chopin Competition in Warsaw, as well as a recipient of many esteemed prizes, Japanese pianist Hayato Sumino reunites with Marin Alsop and makes his Ravinia debut to perform Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. In the second half of the program Chief Conductor Alsop explores symphonic storytelling during the turn of the 19th century, leading the CSO in Strauss' tone poem Don Juan and Ravel's choreographic symphony Daphnis et Chloé (Suite No. 2).

Performers

Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Marin Alsop, conductor
Hayato Sumino, piano

Program

Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin:   Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor, op. 11
–Intermission–
Richard Strauss:   Don Juan, op. 20
Maurice Ravel:   Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 2

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