This production of Puccini’s classic remains in the 19th century but pushes boundaries in contemporary fashion.
Kyle MacMillan - For the Sun-Times
Riccardo Muti leads an Austro-Germanic program highlighted by Brahms crowd-pleasers and Hindemith’s avant-garde ‘Mathis.’
A a fun, audience-pleasing program of 18th- and 19th-century popular masterworks permeated Symphony Center Thursday night.
Part of Art Design Chicago, the show surveys the six artists who created their own off-kilter style from 1966-69.
“The Time Is Now!,” an exhibition at the Smart Museum of Art, focuses on about 50 artists of the ’60s and ’70s.
Composer Craig Hella Johnson thinks of the work as a “singing meditation,” hence its title.
“American Masters” documentary turns the spotlight back on the late Elizabeth Murray, an artist known for bright colors and novel shapes.
Exhibition of 10 influential local talents at Intuit makes the case that no city has done more to develop art outside the mainstream.
Art Institute examines the career of the portrait master, a favorite of the city’s cultural boom at the turn of the century.
Superb singing and sumptuous support from the orchestra came together Thursday evening for an experience of rare power and beauty.
The small yet spunky presenter will mark its 45th anniversary in 2018-19, an impressive achievement in a rough-and-tumble field.