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Performances Cancelled for Jan. 22

Updated 11:45am

snow-cancellationsCOMEDYSPORTZ MATINEE MATCH
Presented by OTRimprov

We are so sad to cancel today’s match, but to keep our team and Loyal Fanz safe we are calling it.
If you have already purchased tickets please check you email for information regarding refunds and transfers.
We hope to have another matinee soon and we look forward to laughing with you next month!

DEARLY DEPARTED
Mariemont Players

Due to the winter weather and snow advisory, and for the safety of our patrons, cast and crew, we have decided to reschedule today’s performance of Dearly Departed at Mariemont Players (Sunday, January 22).

Patrons are being contacted by the Box Office directly, via email and phone call.

If you had tickets for today’s show, please look out for communication from the Box Office and respond accordingly. We hope you will be able to join us for lots of laughs at our rescheduled performance next Saturday, January 28 at 2:00 p.m.

Please communicate directly with the Box Office for any ticketing-related matters.

We thank you for understanding, and hope to see you at the theatre soon! Be safe and warm!


GRAND HORIZONS
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati

Today’s performance of GRAND HORIZONS has been canceled due to weather. Ticket holders can expect a call from our box office and will be able to redeem their tickets for another performance. We hope everyone stays safe and warm today!


HOME BREW THEATRE VI
The Drama Workshop

Due to the snow emergency, The Drama Workshop is canceling today’s performance of Home Brew Theatre 6.

More information will come regarding the possibility of rescheduling the performance.

Thank you and stay safe.


TCHAIKOVSKY & PROKOFIEV [Over-the-Rhine]
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Today’s (JAN 22) 2PM CSO performance of Tchaikovsky & Prokofiev will go on as scheduled. Please plan your travel ahead so that you can arrive at Music Hall on time for your scheduled performance.

Due to the inclement weather, ticket holders who are unable to attend their performance may exchange into another CSO subscription performance during the 22-23 season. Exchange service fees will be waived; refunds are not available. To exchange tickets, please contact the CSO Box Office at 513.381.3300 no later than Wednesday, January 25.

You may also tune in to our FREE livestream of the performance at cincinnatisymphony.org/live which will be available to stream for 7 days.

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THBAUDET PLAYS LISZT On Feb. 3-4

CSO_Thibaudet Plays LisztTHBAUDET PLAYS LISZT
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Feb. 3-4
Music Hall [Over-the-Rhine]

Louis Langrée, conductor
Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano

Program:

  • QIGANG CHEN: The Five Elements
  • FRANZ LISZT: Piano Concerto No. 2
  • ZHOU TIAN: The Palace of Nine Perfections
  • MAURICE RAVEL: Rapsodie espagnole

Louis Langrée leads works inspired by a fusion of cultures. Qigang Chen and GRAMMY-nominated Chinese-American composer Zhou Tian discover new sounds through the combination of Eastern and Western styles. Ravel, who cherished Liszt’s music, pulls from his Basque heritage for Rapsodie espagnole. French Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet, celebrated for playing with “both clarity and freedom” (The New York Times), returns for Liszt’s jubilant Second Concerto.

We believe that great music is for everyone, regardless of your budget. This concert is eligible for Pay What You Wish Pricing, as well as other discounts. To learn more visit Music for All.

  • Fri, Feb. 3 at 11am
  • Sat, Feb. 4 at 7:30pm

Official page | Facebook event |

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TCHAIKOVSKY SPECTACULAR: 1812 OVERTURE On Jan. 27-29

CSO_1812 logoTCHAIKOVSKY SPECTACULAR: 1812 OVERTURE
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Jan. 27-29
Music Hall [Over-the-Rhine]

Damon Gupton, conductor

Romantic themes that stand the test of time? Check. Epic moments so powerful they give you goosebumps? Oh, absolutely. Pops Principal Guest Conductor Damon Gupton leads a spectacular orchestral mixtape featuring some of Tchaikovsky’s greatest hits, including The Sleeping Beauty, selections from Swan Lake, and of course, the 1812 Overture.

We believe that great music is for everyone, regardless of your budget. This concert is eligible for Pay What You Wish Pricing, as well as other discounts. To learn more visit Music for All.

  • Fri-Sat, Jan. 27-28 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, Jan. 29 at 2pm

Official page | Facebook event |

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CSO PROOF: THE RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN On Jan. 25

CSO_The Right to be Forgotten promoCSO PROOF: THE RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Jan. 25
Music Hall [Over-the-Rhine]

Gabriel Kahane, voice, piano, guitars
Alex Sopp, voice, piccolo, flutes
Nathalie Joachim, voice, piccolo, flutes
Holcombe Waller, voice, piano, synthesizer

Do you remember your brain before the internet? Before you became tethered to a tiny computer that travels on an infinite loop from nightstand to pocket to purse to your hand and back again? Were your dreams different? Did you wander the streets of a strange city, and did you delight in the terror of getting lost? In a new song cycle, Gabriel Kahane examines our cultural and economic obsessions with convenience and efficiency, and the debts that accrue as a result: debts to labor, to the planet, to privacy and, increasingly, to our free will.

These CSO Proof performances are supported by The Haile Foundation, Irwin & Melinda Simon, and the American Orchestras’ Futures Fund, a program of the League of American Orchestras made possible by funding from the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation.

  • Wed, Jan. 25 at 8pm

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TCHAIKOVSKY & PROKOFIEV On Jan. 21-22

CSO_TCHAIKOVSKY & PROKOFIEV promoTCHAIKOVSKY & PROKOFIEV
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
Jan. 21-22
Music Hall [Over-the-Rhine]

Louis Langrée, conductor
Randall Goosby, violin

Julia Perry’s Homunculus C.F. starts off whisper-quiet, tinkering in a laboratory of percussion. The program’s crescendo builds with Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto and acclaimed American soloist Randall Goosby—an artist with “exquisite tone and sheer virtuosity” (The New York Times). The concert reaches its zenith in Prokofiev’s Third Symphony as the muscle of the Orchestra is unleashed to its brassy and boisterous max.

We believe that great music is for everyone, regardless of your budget. This concert is eligible for Pay What You Wish Pricing, as well as other discounts. To learn more visit Music for All.

  • Sat, Jan. 21 at 7:30pm
  • Sun, Jan. 22 at 2pm

Official page | Facebook event |

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