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The Eliza R. Snow Performing Arts Center is a performing arts center located at Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg, Idaho, USA. The building is home to the Music and Performing Arts departments of BYU-Idaho, as well as the famed 700-seat Barrus Concert Hall. It also has a 500-seat drama theatre. Among the musical instruments housed in the center is the Keith Martindale Stefan Memorial Organ which was dedicated by L. Tom Perry in 1984. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir also broadcast Music and the Spoken Word from the Snow center that same day.


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  Illinois

Symphony Center is a music complex located at 220 South Michigan Avenue in the Loop area of Chicago, Illinois. Home to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Chorus, Civic Orchestra of Chicago, Chicago Sinfonietta, and the Institute for Learning, Access, and Training, Symphony Center includes the 2,522-seat Orchestra Hall, which dates from 1904; Buntrock Hall, a rehearsal and performance space; Grainger Ballroom, an event space overlooking Michigan Avenue and the Art Institute of Chicago; a public multi-story rotunda; tesori restaurant; and administrative offices. In June 1993, plans to significantly renovate and expand Orchestra Hall were approved and the $110 million project resulting in Symphony Center being completed from 1995 to 1997. Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center was designated a National Historic Landmark on April 19, 1994. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978.

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For the calendar (AT) of the Chicago Civic Orchestra, please click here: http://cso.org/ticketsandevents/browse-performances/?category=Civic Orchestra

For the calendar (AT) of the CSO Chamber, http://cso.org/ticketsandevents/browse-performances/?category=CSO Chamber

For the calendar (AT) of the SCP, http://cso.org/ticketsandevents/browse-performances/?category=SCP Orchestra

For the calendar (AT) of the SCP Piano, http://cso.org/ticketsandevents/browse-performances/?category=SCP Piano


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The Ravinia Festival is the oldest outdoor music festival in the United States, with a series of outdoor concerts and performances held every summer from June to September. It has been the summer home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 1936. Located in Highland Park, IL, the festival operates on the grounds of Ravinia Park, with a variety of outdoor and indoor performing arts facilities

For the calendar (AT) of the Ravinia Festival please click here: http://www.ravinia.org/Calendar


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Peoria Civic Center is a convention center located in downtown Peoria, Illinois. It has an arena, a theater, an exhibit hall, and meeting rooms. It was built in 1982 and completed an expansion to expand its lobby and meeting facilities in 2008. The site of the convention center was built where the former Jefferson Hotel once stood. The hotel was a site along the Underground Railroad. The Peoria Symphony Orchestra performs at the Peoria Civic Center, and has featured soloists including Emanuel Ax, Joshua Bell, Evelyn Glennie, Hilary Hahn, Sharon Isbin, Yo-Yo Ma, and Itzhak Perlman.


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The Krannert Center for the Performing Arts is an educational and performing arts complex located at 500 South Goodwin Street in Urbana, Illinois, on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Herman C. Krannert, an industrialist who was the founder of Inland Container Corporation and an alumnus of the University, and his wife Ellnora Krannert made a gift of $16 million which made creation of the Center possible. It is the main venue for the Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra, the Professional Orchestra in Residence at the Krannert Center and the Sinfonia da Camera.

For the calendar (AT) of the Krannert center of Performing Arts please click here: http://www.krannertcenter.com/makeplans/calendar.aspx

The Civic Opera House is an opera house located at 20 North Wacker Drive in Chicago. It is part of a structure which contains a 45-story office tower and two 22-story wings, known as the Civic Opera Building. This structure opened November 4, 1929, and has an Art Deco interior with additional art deco details on the exterior. The Civic Opera House has 3,563 seats, making it the second-largest opera auditorium in North America. Built for the Chicago Civic Opera, today it is the permanent home of the Lyric Opera of Chicago.

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The Joan W. and Irving B. Harris Theater for Music and Dance (also known as the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, the Harris & Harris Theater or, most commonly, the Harris Theater) is a 1,525-seat theater for the performing arts located along the northern edge of Millennium Park on Randolph Street in the Loop community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, US.

The theater is named for its primary benefactors, Joan and Irving Harris, who gave a gift of $15 million gift ($19.7 million in current dollars) and a $24 million ($31.5 million) construction loan to the Music and Dance Theater Chicago; this was believed to be largest single monetary commitment ever to a performing arts organization in Chicago. The Harrises had a long history of philanthropy benefitting the arts. The Joan W. and Irving B. Harris Theater for Music and Dance (also known as the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, the Harris & Harris Theater or, most commonly, the Harris Theater) is a 1,525-seat theater for the performing arts located along the northern edge of Millennium Park on Randolph Street in the Loop community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, US.

For the calendar (AT) of the The Joan W. and Irving B. Harris Theater please click here: http://www.harristheaterchicago.org/events/calendar


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  Indiana-Iowa

The Clowes Memorial Hall officially known as "Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University" is a theatre located on the campus of Butler University, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Opened in late 1963, it has hosted numerous concerts, plays, and guest speakers. Clowes Hall opened on October 18, 1963, in memory of Dr. George Henry Alexander Clowes. Clowes was a former researcher for Eli Lilly and Company. Clowes maintained a lifetime love of the arts, and with the help of his wife, and Butler University, the Clowes fund was created to help build what is now Clowes Memorial Hall.

For the calendar of the Clowes Memorial Hall please click here: http://www.cloweshall.org/events/upcoming


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The Jacobs School of Music of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, is a music conservatory established in 1921. Until 2005, it was known as the Indiana University School of Music. It has more than 1,600 students, approximately half of whom are undergraduates, with the second largest enrollment of all music schools accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. In 2009, the school received a gift from the family of Leonard Bernstein that included the entire contents of Bernstein's conducting studio. The Musical Arts Center, known as the MAC, is the school's largest performance facility and was built in 1972.

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The Carmel Symphony Orchestra is a symphony orchestra based in Carmel, Indiana. In February 2011, the Carmel Symphony became the resident orchestra of the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel. In 2010, the symphony recorded with Michael Feinstein on his We Dreamed These Days album, and in 2011 performed alongside Feinstein at the Opening Gala of the Palladium, including guest artists Chris Botti, Dionne Warwick, Cheyenne Jackson and Neil Sedaka. The symphony has performed recently with Angela Brown, the winners of the Indianapolis Violin Competition, Di Wu, Sylvia McNair, Cameron Carpenter, and Dale Clevenger.

For the calendar (AT) of the Carmel Symphony Orchestra please click here: https://www.carmelsymphony.org/concerts-tickets/concerts

For the calendar (AT) of the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel please click here: http://www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org/tickets/index.aspx


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The Embassy Theatre (formerly the Emboyd Theatre) is a 2,471-seat performing arts theater in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. It was built in 1928 as a movie palace and today it is the home of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra. Since its reopening, the theatre has primarily been used for concerts, Broadway shows, symphonies, family shows, and other events. The stage, which contains a red sequined velour main curtain, was expanded in 1995 to its current size of 44′7″ by 54 feet.

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The Hilbert Circle Theatre, originally called the Circle Theater, is in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Monument Circle. It was built in 1916 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The theatre holds 1,781 seats and has space for an 87-member ensemble. It is now home to a 3-manual 24-rank Wurlitzer theatre organ. Reopening on October 12, 1984, the Circle Theatre is home to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

For the calendar (AT) of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra please click here: https://www.indianapolissymphony.org/season/2015-2016-season


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The Paramount Theatre in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is a 6-story brick building located in downtown Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The theater is a restored example of a vaudeville/movie palace of the 1920s. It was damaged by the flood of June 2008, which submerged most of downtown Cedar Rapids.The Paramount serves as home to the Orchestra Iowa, the Cedar Rapids Area Theater Organ Society, and a series of Community Concerts. It is famous for its restored Wurlitzer theater organ, which could be lifted up from below stage level when used. The Paramount is included in the National Register of Historic Places.

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The Mississippi Lofts and Adler Theatre: In 2004, the city of Davenport bought the hotel for $739,000 for the expansion of the Adler Theatre. In autumn 2006, a $9 million renovation was completed at the Alder. The theater’s stage was expanded from a depth of 29 feet to 41 feet into what was the west wing of the hotel. The renovations also included a new loading dock, additional dressing rooms, improved sound and computerized rigging systems. Paul Westlake was the architect for the project. Besides Broadway touring companies the theater is home to the Quad City Symphony Orchestra, Opera Quad-Cities and Ballet Quad Cities.

For the calendar (AT) of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra click here: https://qcso.org/concerts/cat-masterworks-series

For the calendar (AT) of the Ballet Quad Cities click here: http://balletquadcities.com/2015-16-Season-Schedule.aspx


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The Des Moines Civic Center is a 2,744-seat performing arts center belonging to Des Moines Performing Arts located in Des Moines, Iowa. It has been Iowa's largest theater since it opened on June 10, 1979, and is used for concerts, Broadway shows, ballets, and other special events. Together with the Stoner Theater, Cowles Commons, and the nearby Temple for the Performing Arts, the Civic Center is part of the Des Moines Performing Arts.

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The Orpheum Theatre, also known as New Orpheum Theatre and Orpheum Electric Building, is a performing arts center located at 528 S. Pierce Street in Sioux City, Iowa. Built in 1927 as a vaudeville and movie palace, the theatre was restored in 1999 and today is the home of the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra.

For the calendar (AT) of the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra click here: http://www.siouxcitysymphony.org/concerts/index.php


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