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January 2019


Guest Conductor Karina Canellakis returns to Music Hall Jan. 4–5


Leads the CSO in a “Romantic Rachmaninoff” program that features pianist Kirill Gerstein performing the composer’s masterful Piano Concerto No. 3. Also on the program: Britten’s Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes and Elgar’s In the South. Read more about Ms. Canellakis, who is the subject of our “Spotlight” article on p. 18.

A Letter from the President | January 2019


January not only features a diverse array of concerts, but importantly marks the announcement of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s 125th Anniversary Season.

If It Sounds Good, It Is Good | January 2019

John Morris Russell


Exceptional music education is the center of Cincinnati’s musical ethos. The Cincinnati Conservatory of Music got its start over 150 years ago by Clara Bauer, a tenacious 31-year old German immigrant; its one-time rival, Cincinnati College of Music, was founded in 1878.

CODA | Fanfare Cincinnati

Chris Pinelo


The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is always available to hear on a smart phone, tablet or computer near you. We are now two years into our online streaming service, CSO IN CONCERT, presented in partnership with 90.9 WGUC.

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