Chicago Symphony Orchestra
220 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60604
Old St. Patrick’s Church’s annual celebration of Irish heritage will bring world-class Celtic entertainment to the Chicago Symphony Center. The tales will be narrated by NBC Chicago political reporter Carol Marin and Franklin Delano Roosevelt's granddaughter, Anne Roosevelt. It will be celebrated through performances by soloist Gavin Coyle; Chicago’s own Irish diva Catherine O’Connell; renowned gospel and opera singers tenor soloist Rodrick Dixon; soprano Beverly O’Regan and music by the Metropolis Symphony Orchestra, the 100-voice Old St. Patrick’s Concert Choir, the step dancing of the Trinity Irish Dancers, bagpipers, the Irish Trad Band, the After School Matters singers and many others.
Event Cost: Visit event website.
Event Times: 7:30 p.m.