The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is proud to present its second annual One City, One Symphony initiative, this time exploring themes of love, fate and redemption in Symphony No. 4 by Tchaikovsky, and Davide penitente, a beautiful work based on the Psalms of David by Tchaikovsky’s musical idol, Mozart. Join us as we (re)discover these masterpieces together as a community, building upon our understanding of the music through a remarkable shared experience.
- Enjoy a guided discussion of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 presented by artistic staff from the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, in preparation for the CSO's performance of the piece on November 14 & 16 at Music Hall
- Listening Party is free and open to the public, though reservations through Eventbrite are encouraged as space is limited
- Listening Party will last 1-1.5hrs
- Listening Parties are not concerts, though pre-recorded excerpts of the music may be played
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Music brings people together. This was never more true than when the CSO embarked on the inaugural One City, One Symphony program this past year, capturing the imagination of thousands from throughout the region through Listening Parties, concerts, live video feeds, digital downloads, and radio and television broadcasts. People used words like “soaring,” “uplifting,” “joyful,” “intense” and “fascinating” to describe their One City, One Symphony experience.