Carnegie Hall Live: The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Performs 'Carmina Burana'
Hear the opening concert of Carnegie Hall's new season with a gala performance of Carl Orff's lusty, rowdy masterpiece, featuring the CSO and music director Riccardo Muti.
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Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
- Riccardo Muti, music director and conductor
- Rosa Feola, soprano
- Antonio Giovannini, countertenor
- Audun Iversen, baritone
- Chicago Symphony Chorus (Duain Wolfe, chorus director)
- Chicago Children's Choir (Josephine Lee, artistic director)