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Gospel Artist CeCe Winans Joins Classical Roots 2020 Concert
March 6 @ 7:30 pm
Cincinnati Music Hall$14.00 – $55.00
Photo provided by Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Press Release
Best-selling Gospel artist CeCe Winans Cincinnati performance will be at the highly-anticipated Classical Roots 2020 concert!
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO) announced that best-selling and most-awarded female gospel artists of all time, CeCe Winans, will perform with the Orchestra’s Classical Roots 2020. A popular annual event, Classical Roots brings together 150 singers from churches throughout the region to perform with the CSO. Also, it celebrates African American musical traditions. This year’s concert will be led by Cincinnati Pops Principal Guest Conductor Damon Gupton.
Tickets for the Classical Roots 2020 concert range from $14 – $55 and are available to purchase online, by visiting the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Box Office, or by calling 513-381-3300.
There will be a large crowd, so parking can be challenging. Parking is available in the Washington Park Garage on Elm Street, the Music Hall surface lot on Elm Street, and the Town Center (CET) Garage on Central Parkway behind Music Hall. However, although these parking places are very convenient, many spots are reserved for Music Hall donors and subscribers, so arrive early for a good spot.
Who is CeCe Winans?
Her mantel today holds a staggering 12 GRAMMY Awards, 23 Dove Awards, and seven Stellar Awards. She also holds a spot in the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, Hollywood Walk of Fame and Nashville Music City Walk of Fame. In addition, she is a BMI Trailblazer of Soul and has multiple NAACP Image Awards, Soul Train Awards, Essence Awards.
Don’t wait! Get your tickets now for the Cincinnati Classical Roots 2020 Concert!
About Classical Roots
Classical Roots is one of the most highly-anticipated CSO concerts of the year. It was born out of the CSO performing in area churches several years ago and became an annual tradition at Music Hall in 2011. Past headliners include Marvin Winans, Take 6, Common and Cynthia Erivo. The concert continues to create bridges between the CSO and the region’s neighborhoods with the annual performance and concurrent activities.