Live recordings of CSO and Pops concerts air on 90.9 WGUC Sunday nights and will be available for streaming here on CSO Replay for 30 days following the broadcast. Relive your favorite concerts.

CSO Replay will commence on April 3 and add new concerts every week through July 24.

Debussy, Ravel & Mendelssohn

Streaming available through May 25, 2022.

Roderick Cox’s CSO debut takes us into the sound world of the imagination, with works by composers who used the full palette of orchestral colors to illustrate their vision. Mallarmé’s poem depicting a faun’s ephemeral fantasies inspired Debussy’s most famous work. Pianist Conrad Tao performs Ravel’s concerto inspired by jazz and Basque folk music, and Mendelssohn’s Scottish evokes the dramatic landscapes of the British Isles.

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Dawson, Beethoven & Bernstein

Streaming available through June 2, 2022.

James Conlon, May Festival Music Director Laureate, returns with works by three composers who touch on universal themes of cultural identity and our shared humanity. Dawson, a pioneering composer in his time, expresses the Black American experience while Beethoven's and Bernstein’s works illustrate the conflicts between cultures thrown together through circumstance.

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La Valse & Strauss

Streaming available through June 9, 2022.

At the turn of the 20th century, there were no greater orchestrators than Ravel and Strauss, whose works unleash the full force of the orchestra in all of its innumerable colors.

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Pintscher Premiere & Rachmaninoff

Streaming available through June 16, 2022.

CSO Creative Partner Matthias Pintscher and close collaborator, violinist Leila Josefowicz, premiere Pintscher's brand new concerto, written for the CSO. Completing the program is another composer who conducted his own works: Sergei Rachmaninoff, whose spirited Symphonic Dances are always an audience favorite.

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Tango & City Noir

Streaming available through June 23, 2022.

The sounds of the Americas ring out as conductor Christian Reif leads a program conjuring missing lovers, misspent youth, intrigue, and the early hours of Los Angeles. Piazzolla’s steamy, sultry Latin tangos are mesmerizing as performed by accordionist Ksenija Sidorova in her CSO debut.

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