In a program of astonishing range, Chicago audiences will enjoy a paramount masterpiece loved and performed the world over, George Balanchine’s Serenade, plus three innovative new works, two by Resident Choreographer Ted Seymour, and one by Artistic Director Daniel Duell. Audiences will enjoy Maurice Ravel’s captivating scores “Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet and String Quartet,” and his “Mother Goose Suite”as well Gabriel Faure’s rapturous “Concerto for Harp”, a series of musical miniatures by Igor Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky’s sublime “Serenade for Strings”. All of these scores provide a rich musical landscape of unparalleled beauty and charm for choreography, past and present. 

Program Schedule 
May 9th
Harris Theater for Music and Dance
Pre-performance lecture RSVP  

Artistic Director, Daniel Duell, will host a 30-minute lecture in the intimate setting of the Harris Theater's Donor Room, providing an inside perspective on this year's adventuresome program. An annual tradition, these lectures are always informative, entertaining, and well-attended. The lecture begins at 1:00 PM, and seating is available starting at 12:30 PM. Admission is free - just show your performance ticket to Harris Theater ushers.

**Please familiarize yourself with the Harris Theaters new entry guidelines

as well as parking instructions and FAQ's**

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