The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's inaugural performance in the newly revitalized Music Hall proved without a doubt that the stunning improvements to visitor experiences were worth the wait. As Music Director Louis Langrée put it, "It's so good to be home!"
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's performance of the textured music of Claude Debussy, combined with brilliant but unassuming set design, provides a lush world of color and light that you could positively drown in.
Guest conductor Andrey Boreyko led the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra through a series of delightful music, with a truly special appearance by Tine Thing Helseth.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, with guest conductor Sir Andrew Davis and pianist Garrick Ohlsson, provide a spectacular evening of music to get lost in.
As a winter storm blanketed the region, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra rewarded those who braved the weather with a repertoire that warmed the heart.
With OTR celebrating Bockfest, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra took time to honor the German Masters, Wagner and Bruckner.