RICCARDO MUTI AND THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO EMBARK ON EIGHTH EUROPEAN TOUR TOGETHER
JANUARY 11-29, 2024
Tour Includes First Appearances for Muti and CSO Together in Brussels and Budapest and Anticipated Return Appearances in Cologne, Essen, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, Milan, Paris, Rome, Turin and Vienna
CHICAGO – Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) embark on their eighth European tour together in January 2024, marking the Orchestra’s 35th tour to Europe, its first since 2020, and the 64th international tour in its history. Part of the CSO’s 133rd season, the 2024 European tour includes 14 concerts in seven countries from January 11-29, 2024, with performances in Brussels, Paris, Essen, Luxembourg, Frankfurt, Cologne, Budapest, Vienna, Turin, Milan and Rome. The CSO’s 2024 European tour concert schedule is available at cso.org/europetour.
The CSO’s 2024 European Tour includes two-concert engagements at the Philharmonie Luxembourg (January 15 & January 16), Alte Oper in Frankfurt (January 18 & January 19) and at Vienna’s celebrated Musikverein (January 22 & January 23), as well as significant returns to the Philharmonie de Paris (January 13), Philharmonie Essen (January 14) and the Cologne Philharmonie (January 20). Muti and the CSO make their first appearances together in Brussels on January 11 and in Budapest on January 24 and cap the tour with stops in Turin at the Auditorium Lingotto on January 26, a return to Teatro alla Scala in Milan — where Muti served as music director from 1986 to 2005 — on January 27 and concluding with a performance on January 29 at the Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma. During the tour, the Members of the CSO will also participate in a wide variety of community programs and master classes supported by the Negaunee Music Institute at the CSO.