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Best Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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After CSO concerts at Music Hall, the place to gather is the Green Room. It's where CSO fans mingle with Paavo, the musicians and the artists. It's the behind-the-scenes place to be! The CSO Green Room is the online backstage lowdown on all things CSO. Download today to learn more about the inner workings of this world class orchestra.
 
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As positions become available in the ensemble, the CSO holds auditions – attracting candidates from around the world. With each season comes at least a few new faces, and on this episode of our podcast, we meet two of the newest members of the Orchestra – horn player Molly Norcross and flutist Haley Bangs. We’ll talk about their journeys to becomin…
 
CSO Proof is a new way to experience the Orchestra this season. Artists and audience share the same space on the stage of Music Hall in shorter, intermission-less performances that are casual, intimate and boundary-breaking. Each concert is a fresh collaboration with artists working across genres, featuring elements of theater, lighting and dance. …
 
We are now in the throes of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops seasons, and on Episode 27 of the Podcast, we started a conversation about how a season comes together. Those conversations with CSO Director of Artistic Planning and Administration Nate Bachhuber and Pops Director of Artistic Planning Sam Strater were so robust that …
 
The Cincinnati Pops welcomes new Principal Guest Conductor Damon Gupton this season. Damon has been a popular presence on the podium going back to 2015, and in addition to being an accomplished conductor, is also a professional actor and television series regular. On this episode we talk Pops with Damon Gupton and Pops Conductor John Morris Russell…
 
Transatlantic is the newest album from the CSO and Music Director Louis Langrée and features the highly anticipated world premiere recording of George Gershwin’s An American in Paris – both the new critical edition and with special permission from the Gershwin estate – the unabridged critical edition. The album also features the original version of…
 
The exciting 2019-2020 seasons for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops are upon us, but how does a season come together? How are concert programs built? How are guest artists identified and selected? On this episode of the podcast, - the first of a two-parter - we learn about the making of a season with CSO Director of Artistic Pl…
 
To kick-off the Orchestra’s 125th anniversary season, we present CSO Look Around, an immersive experience incorporating what’s akin to multiple flash mobs performing a diverse array of music — at times overlapping and interacting — and all inspired by the cultural tapestry that is Cincinnati. This two and a half hour celebration of the Queen City s…
 
Voyage is the 96th recording from the Cincinnati Pops and the first studio recording made at Music Hall following a major renovation draws. It draws inspiration from the stars and includes the world premiere recording of the title track by Academy Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino. His composition, Voyage, commemorates the 50th anniversary o…
 
For 99 years, CSO musicians have played a collaborative and pivotal role in Cincinnati Opera’s summer festival season. A major, fulltime orchestra also performing in the pit for an opera company is rare in this country, and the special nature of this relationship elevates the level of artistry opera goers enjoy each and every summer. On this episod…
 
As we bid farewell to longtime CSO Violist Steve Rosen, who is retiring after decades of dedicated service and artistry, we are also getting to know musicians new to the Orchestra like Caterina Longhi. On this episode we talk to these remarkable individuals, each at very different points in their respective careers, about their unique journeys.…
 
There are all kinds of studies that show singing in a group is good for your health and contributes to overall happiness. Assuming those studies ring true, the May Festival Chorus is one healthy, happy place to make music. Comprised of volunteer singers from throughout the Greater Cincinnati region, this ensemble is the artistic core of the intensi…
 
Staff conductors play an important role in the life of an orchestra and that’s certainly true for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops. For the past four seasons, Keitaro Harada and Gene Chang have served the Orchestra, Cincinnati audiences and the broader community in myriad ways. These two distinguished artists are now moving on …
 
The concertmaster, or first chair violin, plays a pivotal in an orchestra. Tim Lees held that important position for two decades with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, but retired recently due to injury. On this episode, we talk to Tim about his extraordinary tenure with the CSO and discuss what’s next on his journey. We also talk to Director of O…
 
The Cincinnati May Festival features an extraordinary concentration of choral music and one of the Queen City’s most treasured traditions - dating all the way back to 1873. It is of course very closely tied to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and on this episode, we explore the eight unique concert experiences that make up the 2019 Festival with …
 
Everyone’s story – everyone’s journey is unique. For most of us, merely setting our sights on achieving a goal is not enough and we look to others for guidance and support along the way. On this episode, we hear about Ian Saunders’ extraordinary journey as a musician, and we visit with CSO Principal Bass Owen Lee for the first time on the podcast. …
 
This episode features conversations with Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Music Director Louis Langrée and percussionists Richard Jensen and Michael Culligan about the exciting new critical edition of Gershwin’s An American in Paris – taxi horns and all – and realizing the full sonic power of Varèse’s massive Amériques.…
 
A supportive community is key to having a vibrant arts scene and a top-tier orchestra in Cincinnati. To understand the magnitude of this support, consider that in the past decade alone, ArtsWave, Cincinnati’s united arts fund, has contributed over $35 million dollars to support the CSO. Simply put, the Orchestra’s impact would be significantly dimi…
 
With the announcement of the CSO’s 125th Anniversary season comes the launch of new initiatives both on and off the stage that seek to build on the Orchestra’s legacy. This coming season reflects not only the Orchestra’s artistry, but also a commitment to propelling the art form forward, fulfilling the CSO’s mission to seek and share inspiration, a…
 
The CSO attracts talented musicians from around the world to become part of the community in Cincinnati. A major reason we launched this podcast was for listeners to get to know these musicians and on this episode, we talk with Associate Concertmaster Stefani Matsuo and Assistant Concertmaster Philip Marten. We’ll learn how they came to be musician…
 
Composer Jonathan Bailey Holland’s connection to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra dates back to the world premiere of Halcyon Sun in 2004. The relationship has continued through the years, and for the 2018-19 season, he is the CSO’s Composer-in-Residence. On this episode of our podcast, we talk to Jonathan Bailey Holland about his most recent comm…
 
We said from the very beginning that this podcast provides an opportunity for listeners to explore the world of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Cincinnati Pops, and the region's vibrant arts scene through conversations with performers, conductors and the people behind the scenes who make the music possible. On today's episode, we hear from t…
 
CSO President Jonathan Martin told the Business Courier in September that orchestras must be focused on relevance and value to succeed in the 21st century. In this episode of our podcast, we talk to Jonathan Martin, CSO Director of Audience Engagement Amber Ostaszewski and two curators for the Orchestra’s Friday Orange series about relevance, value…
 
The year 1918 marked the end of the First World War and a cultural awakening in America. This episode focuses on the Cincinnati Pops’ highly-anticipated new album, American Originals: 1918, captured live at Music Hall and featuring popular music of that era. Pops Conductor John Morris Russell, Keyboardist Julie Spangler and Administrator Sam Strate…
 
As the media landscape has gone through major changes in the past decade, so has local arts coverage. This episodes explores how that landscape affects arts organizations and journalists alike. Guests are longtime Cincinnati music critic and reporter Janelle Gelfand and journalist and anchor Kathrine Nero.…
 
A novel from over 400 years old – considered by many to be the first modern novel – has inspired centuries of music. This episode explores the world of Don Quixote with CSO Principal Viola Christian Colberg, who performs his own concerto inspired by the classic novel with the CSO in October, and Music Director Louis Langrée who built a concert prog…
 
Stravinsky’s iconic Rite of Spring started a revolution and changed the musical language. It is regarded by many to be the greatest composition of the 20th century and in this episode of our podcast, we discuss Stravinsky’s masterpiece with CSO Music Director Louis Langrée. Of course Rite of Spring opens with a famous solo bassoon line and we’ll al…
 
Star Wars is an iconic film that changed the cultural landscape with an equally iconic film score by John Williams. In advance of the Cincinnati Pops performances in September, this episode examines the cultural impact of Star Wars with Assistant Principal Trumpet Chris Kiradjeff, Pops Director of Artistic Administration Sam Strater and Conductor J…
 
When a position opens up at the CSO, hundreds and at times, hundreds upon hundreds of musicians apply, traveling to Cincinnati on their own dime. Getting into a full-time professional orchestra is immensely challenging and many audience members probably don’t realize how challenging a process it truly is. For the next two episodes of our podcast, w…
 
Episode 2 of the Fanfare Cincinnati podcast discusses the groundbreaking CSO/CCM Diversity Fellowship Program. Guests from the CSO's own Education and Community department, Ahmad Mayes and Carol Dary Dunevant weigh in on what it takes to facilitate such a program and we hear from one of the recently graduated alumni from the first class of fellows,…
 
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