Tchaikovsky and Rouse: Final Symphonies
September 30 - October 2
Cincinnati Music Hall
See Tchaikovsky and Rouse’s Final Symphonies at Music Hall on September 30th and October 1st.
You don’t want to miss Tchaikovsky and Rouse’s final symphonies. Louis Langrée leads powerful farewells by two great symphonists. “I have put my whole soul into this,” Tchaikovsky said of his Sixth, a work full of drama and beauty. Christopher Rouse’s Sixth, which he knew would be his last, was commissioned by the CSO and posthumously premiered in 2019. Like Tchaikovsky’s Sixth, this is music that is highly personal and opts for intimacy, finishing in darkness. Said Rouse: “great forms and great concepts always have something new to offer.”
Tickets to Tchaikovsky and Rouse:
Tickets to Tchaikovsky and Rouse performances range from $15 – $100.
About The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra:
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is an American orchestra based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Its primary concert venue is Music Hall. In addition to its symphony concerts, the orchestra gives pops concerts as the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. One of America’s finest and most versatile ensembles, the internationally acclaimed Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra attracts the best musicians, artists, and conductors from around the world to Cincinnati.
Parking at Music Hall:
A 450-space underground garage, surface lots and on-street parking are available near Music Hall. Use the Cincy EZ Park App to pay for parking as appropriate.
Accessibility at Music Hall:
The ADA Accessibility entrance is located on the southeast side of the building on Elm Street. For additional assistance or directions, please speak with a Music Hall usher or staff member.
Prohibited Items at Music Hall:
Oversized bags, luggage, and backpacks may not be permitted inside the venue. Clutch purses and other small personal bags are allowed. All bags and people are subject to inspection before entering the theater. Please allow extra time prior to your performance. See the full list of prohibited items.
Guests will NOT be required to have proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test certification. The wearing of masks will be OPTIONAL. Masks are recommended for non-vaccinated guests and those who have high-risk medical conditions.
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