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Over the Thanksgiving weekend, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra presented a rewarding concert that featured the Norwegian cellist Truls Mørk in Shostakovich’s Concerto No. 1 and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 215 more words
Helmut J. Roehrig established the music department at Xavier University, founded a chorus devoted to performing sacred masterpieces and was an accomplished organist. Music was his passion, but he never wanted accolades. 814 more words
Nancy Fuldner Walker was devoted to Cincinnati’s arts, with a special passion for Matinée Musicale.
An accomplished pianist, oboist and teacher, Mrs. Walker headed the 105-year-old music club for nearly five decades. 603 more words
You’ve seen double bassist Matthew Zory performing in a tux with the bass section at the back of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra each week since he joined the orchestra in 1993. 955 more words
“CINCINNATI – A $143 million renovation of the National Historic Landmark pushed the orchestra forward, narrowed the room, and cut 1,000 seats. In the Cincinnati Symphony’s homecoming, the acoustics were still a work in progress.” 256 more words