Chicago Orchestral Academy announces its exciting opening Fall Showcase concert

Chicago Orchestral Academy announces its exciting opening Fall Showcase concert

Submitted by: Lynn Glymph, Executive Director

The Chicago Orchestral Academy announces its exciting opening Fall Showcase concert of the Protégé Philharmonic in the Auditorium in The Salme Harju Fine Arts Center at Northeastern Illinois University and ticket availability for the first concert of the 2018-19 season.

CHICAGO – October 30, 2018 – The Chicago Orchestral Academy invites the public to the first concert of the Protégé Philharmonic’s 2018-19 Season, to be held Sunday, November 11, 2018 in the beautiful Salme Harju Fine Arts Center Auditorium at Northeastern Illinois University at 3:00 p.m.. Doors open at 2:30. Salme Harju Fine Arts Center is located at 3701 West Bryn Mawr Avenue, Chicago, Illinois and is easily accessible with free parking in Parking Lot F.

Lynn Glymph, Executive Director of the Chicago Orchestral Academy, announced that tickets have been released for sale for the Chicago Orchestral Academy’s Protégé Philharmonic Fall Showcase Concert on Sunday, November 11, 2018. Tickets are available online at our web site –

or at the door before the concert. Tickets prices are: General Admission: $15 and Seniors/Students: $10.

Music Director and founder of the orchestras, Joseph Glymph has programmed for The Protégé Philharmonic: Die Meistersinger: Prelude, by Wagner; Liszt’s Mephisto Waltz; Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain; and Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95 “New World”. None of these pieces are technically easily, but the Protégé Philharmonic has tackled these challenges with remarkable gusto. I’m looking forward to performing this music with these fine young musicians,” said Maestro Glymph.

About The Organization: For the past 40 years, the Chicago Orchestral Academy has built the future of classical music through the cultivation of young artists, which includes orchestral training opportunities, chamber music ensembles, soloists and composers. The audition-only orchestras count members from the Chicago metropolitan area and northwest Indiana, ranging from junior high and high school (The Protégé Philharmonic) through college, graduate school and interested, highly-qualified young adults from the community (The Classical Symphony Orchestra). The Orchestras provide professional orchestra training and receive coaching from professional accomplished musicians from throughout the Chicagoland area. Each orchestra gives at least four programs every season, The orchestras rehearse at Classical Symphony Hall, 218 South Wabash Avenue every Sunday; rehearsals are open to the public.and excerpts from previous concerts can be heard on

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