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Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra is a pops orchestra based in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, founded in 1977 out of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

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  1. […] the zenith of this plethora of art took place in the newly renovated Cincinnati Music Hall as the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra took us on a journey of the fantastic with “The Music of John Williams: Star Wars & […]

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  2. […] Originals, the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra’s ambitious Americana retrospective, is back for a second round at Music Hall this weekend. The […]

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  3. […] night’s program put on by the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra opened with a performance of Dmitri Shostakovich’s “Festive Overture, Op. 96.” The […]

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  4. […] On Sunday night, she added another notch to her belt with her stunning Music Hall debut with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. Backed by her touring trio and the full force of the Pops (led by her music director Andy […]

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  5. […] walk into Music Hall last night for the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra performance with Cirque de la Symphonie was filled with anticipation and a whisper of bemusement, […]

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  6. […] Music Hall, gazing towards a seeming endless array of red jackets that assure you that the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra is about to kick off another spectacular concert. Tap. Tap. Tap. The sound that announces not only […]

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  7. […] Cincinnati Pops Orchestra is known for producing shows that blend their extraordinary orchestral talent with that of popular […]

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  8. […] was followed by a Cincinnati Pops Orchestra premiere, conducted by John Morris Russell, of the Finale from Symphony No. 1 by […]

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  9. […] the second season in a row, the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra has performed the score to a “Star Wars” film while the audience enjoys that film. Last […]

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  10. […] the crowd settled into their seats for the Cincinnati Pops’ Lollipops Family Concert, “The Snowman,” I found myself feeling lucky to be in […]

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  11. […] been trying to decide if I just never noticed it before or if the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra events always had great set lighting. It’s also possible that great lighting is one of those […]

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