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Illinois Symphony Orchestra: 'Romance at the Movies'          Send a link to a friend

[JAN. 26, 2006]  SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois Symphony Orchestra, with Karen Lynne Deal, music director and conductor, will present "Valentine's Pops: Romance at the Movies" on Feb. 10 at Braden Auditorium in Bloomington-Normal and on Feb. 11 at Sangamon Auditorium in Springfield. Both concerts begin at 8 p.m.

Upcoming concerts

Valentine's Pops:
"Romance at the Movies"

  • Friday, Feb. 10
    Braden Auditorium

  • Saturday, Feb. 11
    Sangamon Auditorium

Illinois Chamber Orchestra:
"Mozart in Mexico!"

  • Friday, March 10
    First Christian Church, Springfield

  • Saturday, March 11
    St. John's Lutheran Church, Bloomington-Normal

The Illinois Symphony Orchestra will perform music from "Titanic," "Gone with the Wind," "The Way We Were," "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "Dr. Zhivago."

"Romance at the Movies" will also include a rare chance to see the 1921 silent film "The Sheik," starring Rudolph Valentino, accompanied by the Illinois Symphony Orchestra, featuring music by Rimsky-Korsakov, Saint-Saens and Borodin.

Tickets in Bloomington-Normal are $30 and $35 and in Springfield $25, $30 and $35. To reserve tickets, call Braden Auditorium at (309) 438-5444 and Sangamon Auditorium at (217) 206-6160. Additional information on tickets and seating is available at

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The Valentine's Pops concerts are sponsored by Denney Jewelers in Springfield. These concerts are also made possible in part through a grant from the Illinois Arts Council.

Next, the Illinois Chamber Orchestra will present "Mozart in Mexico!" with concerts at the First Christian Church in Springfield on March 10 and at St. John's Lutheran Church, Bloomington-Normal, on March 11.

[Illinois Symphony Orchestra news release]

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