Watch: Chicago Symphony Orchestra celebrates Blackhawks with Chelsea Dagger

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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra celebrated the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup with its own rendition of Chelsea Dagger, performed Thursday at Orchestra Hall.

Conductor Riccardo Muti held up a Blackhawks shirt for the crowd to much applause after the performance.

The CSO posted the video of Chelsea Dagger to their YouTube page on Friday. Check it out:

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