CHICAGO—The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association (CSOA) announces details of its Fall and Holiday 2021 programming at Symphony Center. Programs include Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) concerts with Music Director Riccardo Muti [pictured] and distinguished guest conductors and artists including the CSO’s Artist-in-Residence Hilary Hahn, Symphony Center Presents (SCP) concerts on the Jazz, Chamber Music and Piano series, the first CSO MusicNOW program curated by Jessie Montgomery, the newly appointed Mead Composer-in-Residence, Civic Orchestra of Chicago and CSO for Kids concerts, as well as holiday programming that opens with a CSO at the Movies presentation on Thanksgiving weekend. In accordance with current public health and safety guidelines, audience capacity will not be limited for these performances unless conditions and guidelines change. Beginning July 13, patrons may purchase ticket packages of three or more Fall or Holiday 2021 programs and single tickets for the Herbie Hancock concert that opens the SCP Jazz series on September 2, with single tickets for Fall and Holiday 2021 programs going on sale in August. Program information for the remainder of the 2021/22 season will be announced in October. Detailed program information can be found at cso.org with Safe and Sound guidelines for audiences at cso.org/safeandsound.