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Louis Langrée, conductor
Hélène Grimaud, piano

 

We open the season with two stories of heroism: Mozart’s Overture to Idomeneo and the impassioned call of Strauss’ Ein Heldenleben. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Pekka Kuusisto, violin

Camilla Tilling, soprano

May Festival Chorus, Robert Porco, director

Bill Barclay, director, Concert Theatre Works

 

See a concert-staged production of Grieg’s Peer Gynt created and directed by Bill Barclay, the former Director of Music at Shakespeare’s Globe. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Johannes Moser, cello

 

Berlioz’s macabre masterpiece sets the tone this October. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Augustin Hadelich, violin

 

Tchaikovsky’s last symphony has it all. Learn more.

Roderick Cox, conductor

Conrad Tao, piano

 

Rachmaninoff’s jazz-touched Concerto meets Brahms’ radiant Second Symphony. Learn more.

Matthias Pintscher, conductor, CSO Creative Partner

Leila Josefowicz, violin

 

Mahler’s Seventh reflects the depth, mystery and shimmering light of nocturnal worlds. Learn more.

Ruth Reinhardt, conductor

Eighth Blackbird

 

For Dvořák, the Seventh Symphony held music capable “of stirring the world.” Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Steven Osborne, piano

 

Rachmaninoff’s touching Second Symphony swirls with melodies that stay with you. Learn more.

Karina Canellakis, conductor

Kian Soltani, cello

Heidi Melton, soprano

Stefan Vinke, tenor

John Relyea, bass

 

The first act of Wagner’s Die Walküre is total art. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Mari Eriksmoen, soprano

Simon Bode, tenor

Matthew Rose, bass

May Festival Chorus, Robert Porco, director

 

Let there be light—and music. Louis Langrée and the CSO set the stage for Haydn’s Creation. Learn more.

Juraj Valčuha, conductor

Javier Perianes, piano

 

Grieg’s Concerto is a marvel—one you’ve heard before. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Kirill Gerstein, piano

 

Louis Langrée leads a program of musical fascinations, gestures made to take hold of the senses. Learn more.

Hannu Lintu, conductor

Seong-Jin Cho, piano

 

Shades of romanticism linger and blinding brass break like sunlight over snowcaps in Sibelius’ First Symphony. Learn more.

Kahchun Wong, conductor

Robert Sullivan, trumpet

Christopher Olka, tuba

Women of the May Festival Chorus, Robert Porco, director

 

Holst’s galactic masterwork sets us at the edge of our seats with racing, full-hearted glee. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

Fatma Said, soprano

 

Three Shéhérazades conjure the magic sands of Arabian nights. Learn more.

Sir Mark Elder, conductor

Stephen Hough, piano

 

Debussy’s symphonic sketches of the sea teem with restless colors and crest at the fullest sound of the CSO. Learn more.

Ramón Tebar, conductor

Esther Yoo, violin

 

The spectacle of Ancient Rome and the glorious sound of the CSO merge for a larger-than-life audience favorite. Learn more.

Louis Langrée, conductor

 

The season ends with Bruckner’s transcendent Seventh Symphony. Learn more.

John Morris Russell, conductor

 

Wonder at the feats of Cirque’s mesmerizing acrobats as they get into Latin grooves set by JMR and the Pops. Learn more.

Andy Einhorn, conductor
Audra McDonald, vocalist

 

Staggeringly gifted soprano and actress Audra McDonald joins the Pops for a remarkable evening of song. Learn more.

John Morris Russell, conductor
Aubrey Logan, vocalist
Darius de Haas, vocalist

 

The holidays really do feel like the holidays when you’re with the Cincinnati Pops. Learn more.

John Morris Russell, conductor

 

The Pops celebrates 10 years with John Morris Russell. Learn more.

John Morris Russell, conductor

 

Dreams really do come true when the Pops brings Disney magic to life. Learn more.

Damon Gupton, conductor

 

Chicago’s famed improv comedy club inspires a humorous and off-the-cuff glance at the orchestra world. Learn more.

John Morris Russell, conductor

 

If you love a party, you’ll love Pink Martini. Learn more.

Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Bruce Hornsby and his band share music from his new album plus timeless classics, accompanied by the power of the Pops. Learn more.

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