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The Columbus Symphony Survives and Thrives in an Uncertain Arts Landscape

Grant Walters Grant Walters The Columbus Symphony Survives and Thrives in an Uncertain Arts Landscape

Building on its foundations of creativity and cooperation, the organization has explored new ways to educate and connect the community in a turbulent time

For centuries, symphony orchestras have brought important music works to life and have become integral to the cultural identities of their resident communities. The Columbus Symphony was founded in 1951, evolving in size, scope, and significance along with our growing city. Every year, the Symphony’s reach extends to more than 150,000 Central Ohioans through its […]

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Andrea Bocelli with the Columbus Symphony

Anne Evans Anne Evans Andrea Bocelli with the Columbus Symphony

The Columbus Symphony will take the stage and accompany the legendary singer Andrea Bocelli for a special one-night-only event on December 14th at the Schottenstein Center. Andrea Bocelli has just announced a new PBS Special celebrating his 60th birthday along with his annual tour of the United States this winter playing just a handful of […]

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CSO: An Evening with Jason Alexander

Anne Evans Anne Evans CSO: An Evening with Jason Alexander

An Evening with Jason Alexander Saturday, April 27, 8pm Long before becoming world renowned as the iconic George Costanza on “Seinfeld,” Jason Alexander was a Tony Award-winning Broadway song-and-dance man. His concert with the Columbus Symphony brings a hilarious re-telling of his journey to and on the Broadway stage, and features a program of great […]

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Interview: Jason Alexander

Grant Walters Grant Walters Interview: Jason Alexander

The versatile 'Seinfeld' star showcases his four-decades-long career through story and song on Saturday night

By the time Jason Alexander signed on to play the endearingly maladjusted George Costanza on NBC’s Seinfeld, he had already cultivated a nearly decade-long stage career. He made his Broadway debut at the age of 20 in Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s Merrily We Roll Along, followed by roles in Forbidden Broadway, The Rink, Personals, […]

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CSO: Mozart’s Requiem

Anne Evans Anne Evans CSO: Mozart’s Requiem

Mozart’s last and unfinished masterpiece is haunting and enigmatic. The Columbus Symphony Chorus and a quartet of vocalists lead this emotional journey, preceded by a clever piece by Mason Bates that combines technology and live sound to depict an orchestra of historic instruments.

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CSO: Mozart’s Requiem

Anne Evans Anne Evans CSO: Mozart’s Requiem

Mozart’s last and unfinished masterpiece is haunting and enigmatic. The Columbus Symphony Chorus and a quartet of vocalists lead this emotional journey, preceded by a clever piece by Mason Bates that combines technology and live sound to depict an orchestra of historic instruments.

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CSO: Nordic Myths Festival

Anne Evans Anne Evans CSO: Nordic Myths Festival

Join us for the Nordic Myths Festival, celebrating powerful love, the beauty of the Nordic landscape, and mythological wonders. Celtic myths inspire Wagner’s passionate love story of Tristan and Isolde, while Grieg’s Piano Concerto immortalizes the beauty of the Nordic landscape. Finnish myths from The Kalevala come to life in the expansive music of Sibelius, […]

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