June 18 - July 26, 2023

Coming to a neighborhood near you! In partnership with local community organizations, we’re pleased to present Brady Block Parties, a free outdoor concert series taking place at locations across Greater Cincinnati. Gather your family and friends for an evening of food, activities, art, community and the sounds of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in a neighborhood near you!

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Announcing the 23/24 CSO Season!

Sharing live music is a transformational experience, and we are excited to unveil the 2023-24 season, one which will explore and embrace every emotion in Louis Langrée’s final season as Music Director, featuring bold international collaborations and tributes to special moments from his tenure as it unfolds on the stage of Music Hall.

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Upcoming Events

In-Person Concerts

We’re thrilled to welcome audiences to Music Hall for an exciting season of music. Join us in-person at Music Hall and enjoy the music you love.

Free Livestreams

Watch digital concerts free of charge on the day of their premiere.

CSO & Pops On Demand

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Chamber Music Series Endowed By and Named for Beloved Bassoonist William Winstead

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s (CSO) Chamber Players series will be known as the Winstead Chamber Music Series beginning in the 2023-24 season. The change commemorates the vivacious legacy of longtime CSO bassoonist William “Bill” Winstead, who played with the CSO for 32 years. Highly respected as an educator, composer, mentor, and friend to many, Winstead generously left the CSO a financial gift following his passing in 2020.

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Community Events

We partner with local artists, residents and community organizations to share the experience of making music. Look for us in neighborhoods throughout Greater Cincinnati!

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