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Join JMR and the Cincinnati Pops from the comfort of your home for a spectacular FREE livestream event with special guests—live from the stage of Music Hall. Available for a limited time.
Music Director Louis Langrée and composer Julia Adolphe discussed the inspiration for her new CSO commissioned work, Paper Leaves on Fields of Clay. Julia and Louis offered a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the creative process and collaboration. We also delved into Julia's sonic world, exploring other examples of her music.
Virtual Young People’s Concert: Beethoven's 5th + We Shall Overcome
Sit down with the whole family to explore how composers Ludwig van Beethoven and Louise Shropshire created music that changed the world. This free, live-stream event is hosted by CSO Assistant Conductor François López-Ferrer and Cincinnati Pops Conductor John Morris Russell, included audience Q&A after the show. Download the viewers guide.
On Sat May 16, 2020, on the occasion of what would have been the CSO's 125th season finale, Louis Langrée hosted a live, physically distanced performance of Mahler's Piano Quartet, played to an empty hall. Also on the program: the first piece written for The Fanfare Project, composed by CSO Creative Partner Matthias Pintscher for Principal Oboist Dwight Parry.
Louis Langrée explores the many musical greats that have collaborated with the CSO in the first 125 years. Watch the archived stream of this live event by clicking the video to the left.
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