News & Stories
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Grant Park Music Festival Fellowship Alumni are bringing a bit of the Festival spirit with them everywhere they go. We are thrilled to share the news that 2021 String Fellow, Allison Lovera, won a position in the violin section of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra this past summer.
It's that time of year when we honor people of color who've made an outstanding contribution to the cultural fabric of our country. It's also a chance to highlight some of the composers who will fill Millennium Park with music.
The Grant Park Music Festival steps to the vanguard of classical music with a season inspired by the bounty of America’s diversity. Celebrating a range of conductors, composers and guest artists, the series reflects the bustling metropolis of Chicago and the greater American tapestry.
New this season, the Festival offers a deeper musical experience with some of the most interesting artists working in the field today. Access is a hallmark of the Grant Park Music Festival.
Grant Park chorister Hannah McConnell brings together older adults and people with dementia for music and well-being.
On Thursday, October 27, the Grant Park Orchestral Association hosted its Advocate for the Arts Awards Benefit, an event that supports the Festival's free programming in Millennium Park and beyond. With proceeds exceeding $800,000 dollars, Festival fans reaffirmed their love for one of Chicago’s best ideas.
From the annual Chicago Christmas Tree lighting to the McCormick Tribune Ice Rink to an Art Market featuring works by local artists—there's a load of fun coming your way in Millennium Park.
For more than three decades, Norman Malone distinguished himself as an educator in the Chicago Public Schools, conducting award-winning choruses and serving as a much-loved mentor to two generations of high school students.
What looks like lazy summer evenings under the stars belies the efforts of an enormous staff—stagehands, musicians, sound engineers, ushers, music librarians, music educators, and more—to pull off 300 live events in ten weeks.