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New composer Jonathan Bailey Holland’s Joins Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
November 9, 2018 - November 10, 2018
Cincinnati Music Hall$23.00 – $107.00
Jonathan Bailey Holland joins the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Classical Roots Mass Choir to celebrate brotherhood
One City invites you to their annual tradition to bring together communities through music. Composer-in-Resident Jonathan Bailey Holland makes his world premiere of Ode, inspired by Beethoven’s epic Ode to Joy. The concert will feature the Classical Roots mass choir along with other vocalists. Join us at Music Hall for a celebration of our shared humanity – you are welcome here.
Mark you calendar: A conversation with Jonathan Bailey Holland on November 6.
The concert is set for November 9-10th at 8:00 p.m on both days. Tickets are $23.00 -$107.00 and are available to purchase online. Also, CSO subscribers get early access and priority seating.
*Please note: This concert is not part of a Series package.
For more music, visit Jonathan Bailey Holland’s Soundcloud.
While you are waiting, dialogue with Jonathan Bailey Holland during Classical Conversations. The event will take place inside the main auditorium one hour prior to the concert. No reservations required. Conversations are free to ticket holders.
About Jonathan Bailey Holland
Orchestras from various areas continually commission and perform his works, including the Atlanta, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, and many others. A recipient of a 2015 Fromm Foundation Commission, he has received honors from the American Academy of Arts & Letters, American Music Center, ASCAP, the Presser Foundation, and more.
His Composer-in-Residence experience includes the Plymouth Music Series of Minnesota (currently Vocal Essence); Ritz Chamber Players; Detroit and South Bend Symphony Orchestras; and the Radius Ensemble. His music has been recorded by the Cincinnati Symphony; the University of Texas Trombone Choir; trumpeter Jack Sutte; and flutist Christopher Chaffee. Recent highlights include the premiere of Equality for narrator and orchestra for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and the premiere of Forged Sanctuaries by Curtis on Tour, commemorating the National Park Service centennial.
Holland is Chair of Composition, Theory and History at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, and Faculty Chair of the Music Composition Low Residency MFA at Vermont College of Fine Arts.