March & April 2022
Pandemic Postponements, Fresh Perspectives Bring a Wealth of New Works This Spring
The Covid pandemic has blurred many memories, but CSO Music Director Louis Langrée still vividly recalls the moment he first encountered Julia Adolphe’s music. Back in November 2017, Adolphe...
Women Who Inspire: Heroes, Legends and Storytellers
“I’ll tell you my Aretha story,” said Cincinnati Pops conductor John Morris Russell...
Welcome from the President and CEO
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the May Festival have a nearly 150-year history and legacy, full of inspirational moments. This issue of Fanfare Cincinnati tells the stories of the many women who have inspired us to do better, achieve more, connect more deeply with our community, and create in ways we never thought possible.
A Conversation with Composer Julia Adolphe
In-depth with Julia Adolphe about her piece Paper Leaves on Field of Clay.
CSO Proof: We Keep Coming
Flutronix wanted their next project to celebrate Black women. What grew from that seed exceeded their wildest imagination.
WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH SPOTLIGHT: ‘Firsts’
In celebration of Women’s History month, here are a few of the many stories centered on women of the CSO.
CSO Announces a Historic Endowment: The Honorable Nathaniel R. Jones CDIO
Cioffi and Rowe Endow the CDIO position in the name of Judge Nathaniel R. Jones.
View the full issue of Fanfare Cincinnati.