Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

MusicNOW
1:00 am
Fri March 14, 2014

MusicNOW 2014 will be a groundbreaking event at Music Hall, pairing the CSO and Bryce Dessner

Cincinnati native Bryce Dessner is not only one of the founders of the internationally acclaimed band The National, but is also founder and artistic director of the local MusicNOW festival, happening the weekend of March 21-22. This year’s event is a groundbreaking collaboration with Louis Langrée and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, presenting two completely separate nights of music involving world premiere compositions, special guest starts, and a Music Hall experience unique and provocative for traditional concert-goers. Bryce Dessner is on the phone with our Frank Johnson to discuss MusicNOW and his passion for both rock and classical music composition and performance.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
1:30 am
Fri August 30, 2013

The new CSO season kicks off with its annual gala

Anne Sophie-Mutter

The annual Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Gala is fast approaching, and this year promises to be a very special evening with guest star and performer, Anne Sophie-Mutter, making her first appearance with the orchestra. Gala chair Vivian Schwab and CSO spokesman Chris Pinelo join Anne Arenstein with more details about this event along with some highlights of the upcoming 2013-14 season.

National Bicycle Month
9:18 am
Fri May 3, 2013

OTR Night with the CSO

Our friends at The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra are celebrating National Bike Month with a special OTR Night on Friday, May 3rd.  The event includes a pre-concert Music Ride - "a slow music ride through the streets of OTR, beginning and ending in Washington Park-- with special musical surprises!"

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Cincinnati Ballet's "Romeo & Juliet"
12:32 am
Fri February 8, 2013

Maestro at the Ballet - Carmon DeLeone

The Cincinnati Ballet celebrates Valentine’s Day with Shakespeare’s most romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, choreographed by Artistic Director Victoria Morgan. Robyn Carey-Allgyer welcomes in Carmon DeLeone to talk about one of the truly special experiences of a Cincinnati Ballet – live, orchestral musical accompaniment, which is quickly disappearing from most other ballet company productions. Maestro DeLeone will again conduct the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra for the Ballet’s production.


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