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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: Ravel & Bruckner 1-10-2014 thru 1-11-2014
In this fascinating concerto written as a gift to pianist Paul Wittgenstein who lost his right arm in WWI, Ravel ingeniously wrote a one-handed piano part that sounds like it is being played by two hands and also demonstrates his love of jazz. Bruckner's final, unfinished symphony is a richly scored
Columbus Symphony Pops: Stayin' Alive 1-18-2014
Stayin' Alive recreates the experience of the brothers Gibb live in concert, performing Bee Gees blockbusters including "Night Fever," "Jive Talkin'," "How Deep is Your Love," "You Should Be Dancing," "Nights on Broadway," and "Stayin' Alive."
Columbus Symphony Masterworks: Romantic Passions 1-31-2014 thru 2-1-2014
Czech master Dvorak's cello concerto is not only the greatest work of its kind, but a masterpiece in its own right. Composed at the close of his three-year period in America, this large scale work aches with homesickness for his native Bohemia. The symphony in D minor of Cesar Franck also wears its
Columbus Symphony Masterworks Special Gala Event: An Evening with Lang Lang 2-6-2014
Heralded as the "hottest artist on the classical music planet" by The New York Times and the "world's ambassador of the keyboard" by The New Yorker, international piano superstar Lang Lang joins the CSO for an extraordinary event! The Chinese fireball will blaze his way through Prokofiev's third pia
Columbus Symphony Pops: Peter Nero: The Gershwin Project 2-8-2014
Peter Nero's recording career has spanned 50 years, resulting in 67 recordings, numerous awards, and international recognition as one of the premiere pops conductors. Also a two-time Grammy Award-winning pianist, Nero is hailed as one of the premier interpreters of Gershwin, and will perform such be