As concert titles go, this one is pretty straightforward: “Langrée Conducts Beethoven.” And indeed, on March 30 and 31, Music Director Louis Langrée conducts the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) in performances of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2. But Langrée wants audiences to understand that this is just one part of a much larger project.
Letter from the President
Thoughts from CSO President Jonathan Martin.
An acclaimed percussion soloist shares insights about the music, his creative process and what it takes to perform on stages around the world.
Learn which of Rashidra Scott’s Broadway productions are her favorites and why she enjoys performing the songs of Whitney Houston.
Season Finale: Updated
Schubert is out; Mozart is in. Louis Langrée will conduct Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 4 with Associate Concertmaster Stefani Matsuo as soloist.
The CSO’s First Assistant Concertmaster isn’t in Kansas anymore. Learn about one of the Orchestra’s newest members and his musical journey to Cincinnati.
If It Sounds Good, It Is Good
Read the latest edition of the monthly article written by Pops Conductor John Morris Russell.
Q&A with Esther Yoo
Interview with Esther Yoo, featured violinist in the Langrée conducts Beethoven performance at the end of March.
Parting thoughts at the end of every Fanfare Cincinnati issue.