American Voice featuring Sara Evans

Nov 4 -6 • Taft Theatre

From gravel roads to superhighways, American music takes on a fresh voice with the multi-platinum artist Sara Evans. With a deep reverence for the classic Nashville sound, Sara brings her chart-topping hits including Born to Fly, As If and A Little Bit Stronger—combined with the lush and immersive sound of your Cincinnati Pops.

Your Musical Home for the Holidays!

Taft Theatre - December

Join us this December at the Taft Theatre!

* Offer expires 10/31 and good only for HOLIDAY POPS SAT 2 pm and SUN 7 pm and NEW YEAR’S EVE SPEAKEASY concerts. Use promo code MERRY.

Not valid with other offers or on previously purchased tickets.

Beethoven's Missa Solemnis

Oct 27 & 29 • Taft Theatre

Beethoven composed his Solemn Mass in honor of his dear friend and piano/composition pupil, the Archbishop Rudolph of Austria. It is music of great emotional power that follows the traditional mass format yet is highly personal and direct.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops announce Major International Tours in 2017

Asia + Europe

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra(CSO) and the Cincinnati Pops  announced highly-anticipated international tours to Asia in March of 2017 with six performances in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Taiwan, as well as the CSO undertaking an extensive, eleven-concert tour across Europe over three weeks in August and September. The Orchestra will be on tour for five total weeks in 2017, performing in 12 cities across seven different countries.

American Soundscapes

Three videos now available

The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra is proud to present "American Soundscapes," a new video series featuring some of the greatest works in the Great American Songbook. 

Renovating Music Hall

It has been over 40 years since the visionary philanthropists Patricia and Ralph Corbett led the last extensive renovation of Music Hall. Read recent Enquirer article

Trey Devey Concluding his Presidency of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in April

Following eight extraordinary years leading the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO), the Orchestra announced today that President Trey Devey will be stepping down in six months to assume the presidency of the Interlochen Center for the Arts, Michigan’s largest arts institution.

If It Sounds Good, It Is Good! October 2016

John Morris Russell

There’s an old cartoon still floating around the internet that depicts a conductor at the podium looking at the score, upon which is printed in big letters: “Wave the stick until the music stops, then turn around and bow.” HA!

American Soundscapes - Lost in Space

The Cincinnati Pops is proud to present AMERICAN SOUNDSCAPES, a new video series featuring performances captured live by our friends and partners at CET Public Television. This fifth video explores the incredible music of John Williams with the Lost in Space theme, conducted by John Morris Russell.

Introduction by Cincinnati Pops Conductor John Morris Russell; "Lost in Space" performed by the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra in March 2016 at Cincinnati Music Hall.

The Pops is grateful to the George L. and Anne P. Heldman Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation for its support of American Soundscapes. Special thanks to the Esquire Theatre.