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Queen City Conductors / Composers

Emmi MacIntyre
2 p.m., Sunday March 03 | $15.

  The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of music director Mischa Santora, continues its 39th season, About the Town, presenting a unique program showcasing the compositions of important Cincinnati conductors from the early 20th century. This concert harkens back to and celebrates a not-so-specialized age when musicians were more likely to maintain several skills in building a career.

 

 

 



Where: Corbett Center for the Performing Arts
Phone: 513-556-4183
Address: University of Cincinnati
Website: http://www.ccocincinnati.org/
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