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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops And May Festival Concerts And Events Are Cancelled Through May 31, 2020

In compliance with Governor Mike DeWine’s standing mass-gathering prohibitions and the recent directive to stay at home, and given ongoing travel bans, international quarantines and the continued disruption of normal business activity caused by the Coronavirus, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra announced today the cancellation of all CSO, Cincinnati Pops and May Festival concerts and events through May 31, 2020. The CSO had previously cancelled concerts and events through April 5.

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The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Announce Details Of Their 125th Season

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and Music Director Louis Langrée announced details of the much-anticipated 125th Anniversary Season beginning in September at Music Hall. The 2019-20 season welcomes acclaimed guest artists including Renée Fleming, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Artist-in-Residence Guy Braunstein and Grammy winner Isabel Leonard, among others. Read more

Guest Conductor David Robertson leads the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in the performance of two monumental works this weekend (1/26, 1/27)

Music Hall

Music Hall

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, May Festival Chorus
David Robertson, guest conductor

Music Hall, 1241 Elm St, Cincinnati, OH
Sat, January 26, 2019 | 8 pm, Sun, January 27, 2019 | 2 pm
Tickets start at $14 and are available by calling 513-381-3300 or visiting cincinnatisymphony.org.
Classical Conversations before each concert: 7 pm on Sat, Jan 26, 1 pm on Sun, Jan 27

On January 26 (Saturday evening) and January 27 (Sunday afternoon) 2019, guest conductor David Robertson will lead the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) in two monumental works by two legendary composers: Rituel: in memoriam Bruno Maderna by Pierre Boulez and Mozart’s Requiem Mass in D Minor. Read more

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s Classical Roots Returns To Renovated Cincinnati Music Hall On 4/20

Music Hall

Music Hall

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO)’s Classical Roots returns to historic Cincinnati Music Hall on Friday, April 20, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. following the iconic hall’s extensive $143 million renovation. An unwritten portion of Music Hall’s rich and diverse history will be explored and celebrated in this year’s highly anticipated, one-night-only performance conducted by John Morris Russell with the theme, “Under One Roof.” Read more

Eun Sun Kim To Lead The Verdi Requiem At The 2018 May Festival

Eun Sun Kim

Eun Sun Kim

The Cincinnati May Festival announced today that conductor Eun Sun Kim will make her exciting Festival debut on May 18, leading the May Festival Chorus and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) in a performance of Verdi’s Messa da Requiem at the renovated Cincinnati Music Hall. She replaces the previously announced conductor, James Levine. Read more

CSO’S One City, One Symphony Initiative Returns November 2017 Exploring “Speak Truth”


The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Louis Langrée are pleased to reveal details regarding the reprisal of the popular One City, One Symphony initiative, designed to bring people together through music. The Orchestra, along with community partners, will provide opportunities for audiences to connect and discuss the music as it relates to relevant societal themes, leading up to the CSO’s performances on November 25-26 at 8 p.m. at Music Hall. This year’s program centers on the theme of “Speak Truth.” Read more

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Bringing Brahms Fest to The Taft Theatre on 4/14 & 4/15


Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Louis Langrée, conductor, Hélène Grimaud, piano
Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH
11 a.m. Friday, April 14, 8 p.m. Saturday, April 15
Tickets start at $12 in advance
(513) 381-3300 or visiting www.cincinnatisymphony.org

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra concludes its two-year Brahms Fest Friday (11 a.m.) and Saturday (8 p.m.), April 14-15 at the Taft Theatre with Music Director Louis Langrée. The performances will feature two of the composer’s most crowd-pleasing masterpieces: the Third Symphony, the third movement of which was featured in the CSO’s LUMENOCITY in August 2016, as well the dramatic Second Piano Concerto. Read more



The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and the Cincinnati Pops will embark on its highly-anticipated international tour to Asia in March of 2017 with six performances in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Taiwan.

“I’m so proud to conduct the CSO in some of the most prestigious venues in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai,” said CSO Music Director Louis Langrée. “To be invited to serve as Cincinnati’s ambassador on the other side of the world is a true honor.” Read more

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops continues collaboration with combined area high schools

John Morris Russell

John Morris Russell

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops is pleased to continue its collaboration with the combined high school orchestras and bands of Indian Hill, Mariemont and Madeira High Schools. This collaboration has become an essential aspect of the Orchestra’s education and community engagement initiatives. Read more

2016 Best Actress Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo to headline CSO’s 2017 Classical Roots MAY 5


The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) announces that the 2016 Tony Award winner for Best Actress in a Musical and 2017 Grammy Award winner, Cynthia Erivo, will headline its enormously popular annual Classical Roots concert at Crossroads Oakley in Cincinnati on Friday, May 5, 2017 (7:30 p.m.). The British-born singer and actress won a Tony as well as several other high-profile theater awards for her role as Celie in the Broadway production of The Color Purple and also garnered acclaim for her recent performance at the 2016 Kennedy Center Honors ceremony. Read more

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