Appalachian Spring

Feb 19 - 20


Louis conducts a program of American masters, including Copland’s Appalachian Spring, which captures the vast openness of the American landscape and our country’s pioneer spirit.

 

Cincinnati Ballet - Cinderella

Feb 12-14


A caring and thoughtful girl, Cinderella finds herself the outcast among her own family. But when her good deeds bring her dreams to life, she’ll need the help of the Fairy Godmother to transform into the belle of the ball!

Jason Alexander

Mar 4 - 6


Long before becoming world renowned as the iconic George Costanza on SEINFELD, Jason Alexander was a Tony Award-winning Broadway song and dance man.

His evening with the Pops brings an hilarious re-telling of his journey to and on the Broadway stage which features a program of great music from the theater along with comedy and audience interaction. It's a much heralded night of music, laughter and fun.

Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody

Feb 25 & 27


This weekend the Orchestra celebrates the music of Sergei Rachmaninoff.

After an opening featuring the multi-hued Cinq Études-tableaux (“Five Study Pictures”), the “ferociously talented” (New York Times) young pianist Conrad Tao performs the Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, brilliant variations on an irresistible melody. The Bells, featuring the May Festival Chorus, is the composer’s ingenious treatment of Edgar Allen Poe’s poem by the same name, including cheerful sleigh bells, melodious marriage bells, brazen alarms and solemn death-knells.

WELCOME to the CSO 2016-17 season at the Taft Theatre

The CSO's home away from home


Season highlights include cellist Yo-Yo Ma, pianist Lang Lang and violinist Itzhak Perlman, plus many of the world’s most in-demand guest artists including Emanuel AxGil ShahamMidorithe Labèque sistersBranford Marsalis and many more! 

MusicNow

Mar 18 - 19


Musical worlds merge when Louis Langrée and the CSO continue their groundbreaking collaboration with the MusicNOW Festival.

Join us at Music Hall for an intriguing, genre-melding experience. 

Music Hall Renovation FAQ


It has been over 40 years since the visionary philanthropists Patricia and Ralph Corbett led the last extensive renovation of Music Hall. For perspective, in the decades to follow, dozens of new concert halls have either been built or renovated in other major markets across the country. Our Music Hall also deserves and requires regular care and attention to remain a world-class performing arts facility for the community.

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Aaron Copland


The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s relationship with arguably the most “American” of all composers, Aaron Copland, dates back to 1928 when the CSO performed the “Scherzo” from his Symphony for Organ and Orchestra under the direction of then-Music Director Fritz Reiner. 

2016-17 Season @ the Taft!


"The hall is ready. The orchestra is ready. I am ready. We just need YOU"—Louis Langrée, Music Director, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

We've been busy improving one of Cincinnati's greatest live performance venues. Starting in Fall 2016, we'll call the Taft Theatre our home away from home for one season during the Music Hall renovation (all concerts at Music Hall through May 2016). Hear what our very own CSO and Pops musicians think of the Taft!