A trip to see the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
February 10th, 2012
Lutheran Home residents and Cherished Place club members were invited to attend an open rehearsal of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on Thursday, February 9.
The conductor for the program was well respected, Riccardo Muti. The orchestra performed SCHUBERT Entr’acte No. 3 from the Incidental Music to Rosamunde, D.797, CLYNE Night Ferry [CSO Commission, World Premiere], and SHUBERT Symphony No. 9 in C Major, D. 944.
Twenty-two residents, staff members and one family member attended the event and had a great time.
“I just had a great time, the music was wonderful,” said Lutheran Home resident, Marie. “You all plan the best events around here.”
Another resident had so much fun, she wants to be invited again, “Oh we had the best time! It was absolutely wonderful,” said Arlette. “If you do that again, I want be on the list!”
“I was pleased and want to know about other outing opportunities,” said Cherished Place club member, Pat.
Cherished Place club member, Helen, said, “I had season tickets when my husband was alive. I enjoyed going with the group, it brought back many memories.”
Lutheran Home residents have regular opportunities to experience new things, and to participate in activities they have always enjoyed. It’s part of our mission to empower vibrant, grace-filled living across all generations.