Mission: To seek and share inspiration


CODA | September 2015

Chris Pinelo


CODA | September 2015


A diverse array of performances and activities furthers our vision to engage audiences and community. The Orchestra’s expansive and community-focused programming isn’t always obvious to concertgoers, and that’s the primary reason we launched this program book magazine, Fanfare Cincinnati, two years ago. It’s our hope that this platform better tells the story of your CSO and Pops and the people who help to make this success story possible.

In that spirit, our website underwent a major transformation in late July. If you haven’t looked at the site recently and have a smart phone, please go ahead and navigate your browser to cincinnatisymphony.org or cincinnatipops.org. If the concert hasn’t started yet, it’s okay. I promise!

In addition to our lineup of performances, you’ll find a variety of stories related to the Orchestra and the people behind it, a robust calendar with filters, and even a “Watch & Listen” page that allows you to experience CSO and Pops concert clips and recordings, including the latest American Originals album.

This “responsive” new site is built for your smart phone, tablet, laptop and computer desktop, and is designed for content to change frequently. It’s also designed for the many stories, photos and videos to be shared via social media, including all of the content you’re reading in this edition of Fanfare Cincinnati.

Do you see something interesting you’d like to share on your Facebook wall or tweet? Find the Facebook or Twitter logo on our new website and share it with just one click!

We’re always eager for your feedback, so please send any questions or comments about the new site to website@cincinnatisymphony.org.