Northbrook Symphony Concert Violins of Hope
The 43rd season of the Northbrook Symphony concludes on Sunday, June 4 in a concert featuring the Violins of Hope. This private collection of violins played by Jewish musicians before and during the Holocaust will be played by NSO musicians and the soloist. The music program includes Bruch’s Violin Concert in G minor with soloist Masha Lakisova, winner of the Arkady Fomin Scholarship of the North Shore Chamber Music Festival. In addition, the orchestra will perform Dvorak’s Symphony #9 “From the New World” – symbolic of immigrants finding a new homeland in America. Children ages 5 and older receive complimentary tickets. Details and tickets may be found at Northbrook Symphony.
Date and Time
Sunday Jun 4, 2023
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM CDT
June 4/ 4:00 pm
Sheely Center for the Performing Arts 2300 Shermer Rd Northbrook, IL 60062
north of Willow Road
Sheely Center for the Performing Arts
2300 Shermer Rd
Northbrook, IL 60062
Single tickets are $40, $50, and $55, based on location; complimentary subscriptions for children ages 5 and older.
Pauline Vance (847) 272-0755