• Columbus Symphony and Musicians Reach Progressive New Three-Year Agreement
    Columbus Symphony and Musicians Reach Progressive New Three-Year Agreement

    “We look forward to all the exciting things ahead for the Columbus Symphony and are proud to be a part of it.”

  • In the News | Concert Review | Tchaikovsky at Picnic with the Pops
    In the News | Concert Review | Tchaikovsky at Picnic with the Pops

    For those few who braved weather, payoff definitely worth it.

    The orchestra rarely has had such refined cohesion in a pops concert. Selections from Suite from Swan Lake were nicely executed. The truly notable movement, though, was the “Neapolitan Dance,” with effervescent woodwinds and feather-light strings...

  • In the News | Andrés Lopera
    In the News | Andrés Lopera

    Lincoln Theatre concert to be first for Columbus Symphony’s new assistant conductor

    "The program will feature 11 short pieces or excerpts, none longer than about eight minutes, and each 'very approachable,' Lopera said."

  • In the News | Hanson String Theory Review
    In the News | Hanson String Theory Review

    String Theory had its world premiere with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra at Picnic with the Pops.

    To celebrate Hanson’s 25-year anniversary, the brothers had an ambitious idea: String Theory, a 90-minute “musical manifesto” from their repertoire, arranged for their band and symphony orchestra.