Brahms and Sibelius
Saturday, January 9 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, January 10 at 2:30 pm
Hemmens Cultural Center, Elgin, IL
Sorry, tickets to this experience are no longer available.
Winters in Finland are long, cold and dark, but when the spring sun finally kisses the vast Scandanavian landscape, it brings with it unparalleled joy. Jean Sibelius’s second symphony is a musical postcard from this transition; dark to light, cold to warm, isolation to celebration.
Stephen Squires, conductor
Stella Chen, violin
Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major
Sibelius Symphony No. 2 in D Major
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NOTEworthy Concert Facts
SAFETY PROTOCOLS The safety of our patrons, musicians and staff has been and will be our top priority. ESO does not own its own performance space, so we will be coordinating with each rental facility regarding cleaning and sanitizing practices and the proper amount of fresh and recycled airflow in their ventilation systems. We continue to monitor best practices from reputable sources on a daily basis. Every patron attending an ESO event during the pandemic will be notified 10-14 days prior to each event date via email, phone and/or mail of safety protocols for their upcoming event. Safety protocols will be based on the current Restore Illinois Phase and CDC guidelines at that time and may or may not include temperature checks, health screening questions, mandatory wearing of face covering, socially distanced seating, timed arrival, restroom or concession breaks by seating area and self-parking (as examples). We will adhere to the policies mandated by local and state health officials as they develop. If at any time during the pandemic, you do not feel comfortable attending a concert due to safety protocols or for personal reasons, you may contact the ESO Box Office to donate your ticket value, ask for an ESO account credit or refund.
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