Cincinnati Pops

Riverbend
1:00 am
Fri May 30, 2014

Our Cincinnati Pops prepare for this summer's concerts

The Cincinnati Pops kick off their 30th summer at Riverbend on Saturday, June 7 with a program called Pops Orchestral Spectacular. Conductor John Morris Russell previews that and the full summer schedule in a conversation with our Brian O’Donnell.

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri December 6, 2013

Pops Conductor John Morris Russell

Holidays with the Pops
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Conductor John Morris Russell joins Cincinnati Edition to talk about music celebrating the Christmas season, the Ring CD project and Holidays with the Pops.

 

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Cincinnati Pops
12:00 am
Fri December 6, 2013

New orchestral version of the famous "Yes Virginia" story

The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, in conjunction with Macy’s, will present a premiere family concert on December 14 based on the famous New York Times editorial Yes Virginia. Frank Johnson speaks with Wesley Whatley, the composer, and Bill Schermerhorn from Macy’s about the creation of this piece and why it’s debuting in Cincinnati.

Cincinnati Pops
1:32 am
Fri April 12, 2013

Mandy Patinkin coming to Music Hall

His presence on stage, screen and television is unmistakable – Sunday in the Park with George on Broadway, The Princess Bride on film, Homeland on television. Mandy Patinkin is multi-talented, but his singing is how he first achieved fame. He will be joining the Cincinnati Pops for three concerts April 19-21, performing songs from his stage career as well as some of his favorite popular standards. Mandy Patinkin is on the phone with our Rick Pender to talk about his career and these upcoming concerts.

John Morris Russell
1:32 am
Fri April 5, 2013

2013-14 Cincinnati Pops Season

John Morris Russell

Next year’s Cincinnati Pops season will run the gamut from favorite standards to space, Broadway and more. And as Conductor John Morris Russell tells our Brian O’Donnell, some of the guest stars include the iconic George Takei and star of “Smash,” Megan Hilty.

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