CSO plays score live with film
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Ludwig Wicki, Conductor
Chicago Children's Choir [Josephine Lee, Director]
Clara Sanabras, Vocalist
Girls' Night Out: SOLD OUT
Free Bonus Concert In Martin Theatre
A selection of works performed on the fateful voyage of the Titanic at 6:30 P.M. in the Martin Theatre. Featuring: violinist Desirée Ruhstrat and cellist David Cunliffe of the Lincoln Trio along with RSMI alumna violinist Claire Bourg and violist Aurelien Pederzol.
|Horner:||Score to Titanic|
4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
For select concerts, including today’s, our new interactive, family-friendly space on the north lawn will be open for you to experience with your children. Today's KidsLawn offers large-scale percussion instruments that will be open to kids of all ages. See a full listing of KidsLawn dates.
Help Moraine Township Food Pantry
Combat Local Food Insecurity
Each Saturday this summer, volunteers from the Moraine Township Food Pantry will be stationed at the main entrance at Ravinia to collect donations for the 26 percent of residents in the Highland Park/Highwood area who suffer from “food insecurity.”
Below are food items of the most immediate need for the “dangerously low” supplies at the pantry. If you are coming to Ravinia for this show, please consider bringing an item or two from this list to help Moraine Township keep underserved children in the area fed this summer.
Complete film shown on Pavilion and lawn videos screens
Nothing compares to reliving a favorite movie in the company of thousands of like-minded fans who laugh and cry and thump their hearts en masse in all the right places. Ravinia will embark on this first-class experience by presenting for the first time in the Midwest the complete film Titanic accompanied by an orchestra performing its score live. Rolling like an Irish brogue and smelling like the sea, the late James Horner’s minor chords combined with James Cameron’s major motion picture to create an Oscar darling, winning a record-tying 11, including Best Picture and Best Original Score. In addition to his highly respected silver-screen scores, Horner had begun a career of symphonic composition cut short by the plane crash that caused his untimely death last summer.