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LGBT: CSO Spectrum


Join us for the 2017-18 Grand Opening Season of Music Hall!

We are a close community of people who celebrate the arts and support LGBTQ artists and programs—all while having a fabulous time together! We gather and celebrate the arts at unique experiences throughout the season and we invite you to join us.

Whether you are a music-lover, a supporter of the LGBT community, or just enjoy a good cocktail now and then—Spectrum has something for everyone! 

Get your tickets now for these upcoming concerts and join us for pre-concert gatherings as noted below.



Symphonic Dances

FRI APR 6 • 8 pm

In addition to popular Symphonic Dances, enjoy the Pulitzer-winning Piano Concerto by gay composer Samuel Barber performed by gay, Israeli pianist Inon Barnatan. Meet up after the concert for an off-site party with Inon.



Bernstein Centennial
SAT APR 21 • 8 pm

Celebrate Bernstein's centennial with Spectrum favorite, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, returning to perform Gershwin's jazzy Piano Concerto. Limited tickets remain.



West Side Story
FRI APR 27 • 8 pm

The Pops performs the score to West Side Story live while the film plays on the big screen above stage. Enjoy a celebratory pre-concert party with members, friends and volunteers from Spectrum, CSO Encore (Young Professionals) and MAC (Multicultural Awareness Council).



Become a Spectrum sponsor and support LGBTQ artists and programs

Support Spectrum's mission at $1,000 level and enjoy great benefits.

Contact Michelle Devine at 513.744.3363 or mdevine@cincinnatisymphony.org for details or to become a sponsor today!

CSO Spectrum Co-chairs, 2017-18

Alek Lucke & Bruce Preston


Thank You To Our Supporters!

Supporting Sponsor:

John Boggess & Ryan Steffen
Dianne Dunkelman
Dr. Deborah Finlay
Tim Giglio
Ryan Messer & Jimmy Musuraca Messer
Kathleen A. Nardiello
Rob Peron & Daniel Mathers
Stephen Peterson & Christoper Bolling
Bruce Preston & Doug Ignatius