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Ohio Theatre is home to the Columbus Symphony, Columbus' oldest performing arts organization. Through innovative programming, community outreach and stirring music and performances, the Columbus Symphony has built a unique profile as an orchestra ready to meet the challenges of a new century. The symphony performs 110 Classical, Pops, Family, and Educational concerts each season, reaching an estimated 500,000 people through live performances and radio broadcasts.
Columbus Symphony Masterworks: Concerto Festival 5-2-2014 thru 5-4-2014
Three engaging concertos - two for piano and one for chamber orchestra - demonstrate the remarkable diversity of pieces with that name. The Bach piano concerto is a serious and substantial piece, while the Shostakovich is anything but. It's a high-spirited romp featuring a major part for solo trumpe
Columbus Symphony and Opera Columbus: Carmen In Concert 5-9-2014 thru 5-10-2014
The opera and the Columbus Symphony will join forces on Carmen in Concert. Bizet's passionate tale of the Spanish Gypsy will be performed in a concert version, with Music Director Jean-Marie Zeitouni conducting the orchestra, a cast of guest soloists and the Columbus Symphony Chorus.
Columbus Symphony Masterworks Season Opener: Mahler's Resurrection 10-5-2014
In Mahler's mighty "Resurrection" symphony, he dramatically addresses life-and-death issues as only he could - "One is battered to the ground and then raised on angels' wings to the highest heights." Jean-Marie leads the orchestra, including off-stage brass echoing the last judgment from another wor