Chicago, Illinois (CNN) The Chicago Symphony and the City of Chicago are partnering to bring the Chicago music exchange to the music world.
The Chicago Music exchange and the city of Chicago have joined forces to expand their music services to bring music fans closer to their favorite artists, their favorite genres, and their favorite venues.
The music exchange is working with the Chicago City Symphony Orchestra and the symphony’s Chicago Symphony Center to launch a free, one-day digital music event at its Chicago Music Center in March.
The event will include live performances of some of the Chicago’s best and most well-known classical music artists, including Chopin, Beethoven, Beppo, and Chopin and Beppo’s solo piano and violin concertos.
The symphony will perform a free concert on March 10.
In addition to the Chicago Music Centre, the exchange will also host the Chicago Classical Music Festival in April.
The festival is the world’s largest, featuring some of Chicago’s most popular and innovative classical music.
The exchange is also bringing its acclaimed digital music library to Chicago, including the complete repertoire of Beethør, Beppe and Chopins symphonies, works by the world-renowned symphony conductor Federico Fellini, as well as works by other artists.
The exchange will offer its own subscription service in April and will be partnering with a digital music store and music subscription service, the Chicago Cultural Exchange.
The Chicago Cultural exchange will have access to music and entertainment from the Chicago Public Library, the University of Chicago, the United States Department of Education, the American Institute of Music, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Council on Contemporary Art, the Center for Contemporary Music, and other institutions.
The partnership between the exchange and Chicago will allow the exchange to offer its curated collection of music to its listeners, listeners who are looking for their own musical inspiration and those who are simply looking for something to listen to.
“The Chicago Cultural and Exchange Exchange has provided a platform for Chicago’s creative community to discover music in a digital way, and we are thrilled to be able to offer a free service to all Chicagoans, who may not otherwise have access,” said Emanuel.
“We are grateful to have these artists on board and look forward to providing a new and engaging way for Chicagoans to experience music.”
The Chicago music event is scheduled for March 10 at the Chicago Contemporary Music Festival.