Written by Janelle Gelfand, firstname.lastname@example.org Moving a symphony orchestra around Europe might not seem daunting at first. But then consider all the stuff that the 102 musicians of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra are taking along on their three-week, 11-concert tour in six countries, launching next week. Crews are loading 482 musical instruments and assorted pieces of equipment, adding up to nearly 19,000 pounds. VIDEO AND ARTICLE ON CINCINNATI.COM Continue reading Packing up to go on the road with the CSO
Photos from Matt Zory in Tainan and Taipei. Continue reading Through the lens of Matt Zory – Taiwan
Thank You, Taipei – we had a blast! Continue reading Closing the Asia tour in Taipei
From rehearsal to post-concert TV interviews, the Cincinnati Pops made a big splash in Tainan! Continue reading An electric performance in Tainan!
The Hong Kong Arts Festival promoted the opening CSO Asia Tour concert on a few of their streetcars! Continue reading Louis Langrée & CSO featured on Hong Kong Streetcar
Small blog post from an attendee of our Principals Chamber Music Concert at the Beijing Conservatory of Music. Continue reading Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Principals Chamber Music Concert
We have passed the halfway point for the Asia Tour with our first Shanghai performance and the last CSO concert for the Asia Tour. All of the exciting performances conducted by Louis Langrée, featuring pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai were met with cheers, long ovations, and calls for encores. Following the concert, Louis hosted a celebration for the musicians as a … Continue reading Halfway there. First concert rehearsal in Shanghai -Photos from Matt Zory
The Orchestra’s mission is to seek and share inspiration with this tour, it’s clear how this mission has a global impact. Here are images from the Beijing Central Conservatory of Music where Louis and CSO musicians gave masterclasses on Monday, March 20. An ensemble of CSO musicians also performed the Brahms Serenade. #CSOtour #POPStour Continue reading At the Beijing Central Conservatory of Music