CSO launches online multimedia magazine

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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra announced today the launch of an online multimedia magazine.

Called CSO Sounds & Stories, the digital publication is designed to “enhance the concert-going experience and to bring the CSO closer to music lovers worldwide” according to a press release.

Audio/video recordings and live concert streams will be integrated with written content, including previews, profiles of artists and CSO luminaries, program notes about upcoming concerts, festival information and special events/programming.

“To the best of our knowledge, with CSO Sounds & Stories, the CSO becomes the first major American orchestra to have a dedicated music journalism site,” said Philip Koester, vice president, sales and marketing, for the CSO, in a prepared statement.

CSO Sounds & Stories replaces the Listen & Watch section of the symphony’s website cso.org. The new site functions on mobile phones, tablets and computers.

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