175 Days to Love Chicago: Chicago Public Schools All-City Music Festival Concert

175 Days to Love Chicago

Listen to the sweet sounds of Chicago’s most talented youth musicians as the 49th Annual All-City Music Festival Concert brings Chicago Public Schools students to the Symphony Center in our song-filled 175 Days to Love Chicago pick for Saturday, June 2.

In a city known for its music makers, you know you’ll be in for a powerful performance when Chicago Public School students display their musical prowess at the 49th Annual All-City Music Festival Concert.

Performing on the same stage at the Symphony Center as B.B. King, Wynton Marsalis, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and so many other greats, you’ll enjoy a variety of musical styles.

The concert will highlight the talents of students from neighborhoods citywide who participate in the Chicago Public School All-City High School Band, Chorus, Jazz Ensemble, Orchestra and Dance Ensemble, and the All-City Elementary School Band, Jazz Ensemble, Youth Chorus and Youth String Ensemble.

When you come out to support Chicago’s talented young musicians, you’ll hear how they are, indeed, doing our musical city proud.

Catch a glimpse of future musical standouts at the 49th Annual Chicago Public Schools All-City Music Festival Concert at the Symphony Center (220 S. Michigan Ave.) on Saturday, June 2, at 12 Noon. Get your tickets in person ($5 – $10; cash only) at the Symphony Center’s Box Office.

175 Days to Love Chicago celebrates Chicago’s 175th birthday with an exciting 175-day series of programs, promotions and fun history. Launching on the 175th anniversary of the city’s incorporation on March 4 and continuing through August 26, 2012, this cultural calendar offers visitors and residents exciting opportunities to explore Chicago every day. From special events to special packages at local hotels, the campaign showcases the breadth and vibrancy of Chicago’s cultural landscape. For more information, visit http://www.explorechicago.org/175days.

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