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1. Select the number of packages you wish to purchase. One "package" equals one seat to each performance you choose.

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5. Repeat steps 2-4, choosing the performances you desire, until you fulfill the number of performances in your package.

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Louis Langrée, conductor
Katia & Marielle Labèque, pianos


Richard Strauss’ last orchestral odyssey leads us to the summit of experience and music from Cincinnati native Bryce Dessner takes us home. Learn more.

Eun Sun Kim, conductor
Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin


One of the world's most sought-after violinists, Anne-Sophie Mutter plays Beethoven’s beloved Violin Concerto as we celebrate the composer's 250th birthday. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor
Guy Braunstein, violin, artist-in-residence


Ravel's Bolero and the birth of a new symphony by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Christopher Rouse. Learn more.

Gustavo Gimeno, conductor
Ingrid Fliter, piano


Dvořák muses on styles from America, blending Old and New Worlds. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor
Gil Shaham, violin


Gil Shaham plays Tchaikovsky’s remarkable Violin Concerto and Stravinsky pulls the strings on Petrouchka. Learn more.

Thomas Wilkins, conductor
Louis Schwizgebel, piano


The CSO follows the thread of great African American composers. Learn more.

James Conlon, conductor
Lise de la Salle, piano


May Festival Music Director Laureate James Conlon leads a lavishly expressive program this Thanksgiving weekend. Learn more.

Paolo Bortolameolli, conductor
Miah Persson, soprano
May Festival Chorus


A fallen angel makes three sacred attempts at the gates of heaven. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor
Renée Fleming, soprano
Behzod Abduraimov, piano


The most beloved soprano of our time, Renée Fleming, brings her incredible artistry to the CSO with two different programs across two evenings. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor
Aaron Diehl, piano
Vadym Kholodenko, piano

Tal Rosner, video artist

May Festival Chorus


Celebrate with us as the CSO ignites spark of creativity. George Gershwin takes the stage and Music Hall gets loud with color. Learn more.

Simone Young, conductor
Alban Gerhardt, cello


Encounter Schubert’s once-lost masterpiece, a cornerstone of orchestral music. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano
Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano
In collaboration with CCM


Louis Langrée conducts Ravel’s fantastical story—a fully staged production that blooms with illustrated animations and imagination, starring Isabel Leonard in her Grammy-winning role as "the child." Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor
Inon Barnatan, piano
May Festival Chorus

Dorothea Röschmann, soprano


Louis Langrée leads the CSO in a recreation of Beethoven’s legendary 1808 Akademie concert, a once-in-a-lifetime Beethoven experience. Learn more.

Jonathan Cohen, conductor
Thomas Dunford, lute
Joélle Harvey, soprano


Revel in music by Handel and Venetian master Vivaldi in a program of Italian-inspired Baroque music. Learn more.

Peter Oundjian, conductor
Emanuel Ax, piano


Legendary pianist Emanuel Ax is an ideal interpreter of the Mozart concerto that Beethoven and Brahms admired and performed. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor
Sō Percussion


Musical futurists Sō Percussion return and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 8 follows the mystery of creation. Learn more.

Xian Zhang, conductor
Sergio Tiempo, piano


Rachmaninoff’s immensely popular Rhapsody pairs with Prokofiev’s heroic Fifth Symphony. Learn more.

Guy Braunstein, conductor, violin, artist-in-residence


Artist-in-residence Guy Braunstein both conducts and performs as violin soloist in a program that pulls music from thin air. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor
Philippe Bernold, flute
Emmanual Ceysson, harp


Outsiders Mozart and Gluck imbibe and reinvent the music of France. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Kelley O'Connor, mezzo-soprano
Women of the May Festival Chorus
Cincinnati Boychoir


Mahler puts his ears to the world and hears a symphony as big as dreams. Learn more.

Tony-winning star of Hamilton, Renée Elise Goldsberry joins JMR and the Pops to blow us all away. Learn more.

Take a 3-D journey through America’s wonders, with an inspiring soundtrack played by the Pops. Learn more.

Crank up the Tears for Fears and celebrate the electric decade in music. Learn more.

Music Hall becomes a winter wonderland as you make memories of a lifetime with friends and family. This year's concert features vocalist Megan Hilty, star of TV's Smash and Broadway's Wicked. $15 kids' tickets. Learn more.

Go all-out with an all-Gershwin program that’s blues-y, jazzy and fun, featuring a brilliant improvisatory arrangement of Rhapsody in Blue. Learn more.

American R&B and jazz recording artist Ledisi joins the Pops with her  “amazing vocal gift” (Rolling Stone). Learn more.

JMR and former Late Show with Letterman band director Paul Shaffer co-host a celebration fit for a Queen City. Learn more.

Three-time Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Bruce Hornsby brings his band to the Pops stage for an evening of timeless classics, plus new music from his latest album. Learn more.

Favorite moments from Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon play on the big screen accompanied by the lush film scores played live by the Pops. $15 kids' tickets! Learn more.