Join us for the 2018-19 CSO Spectrum season at 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.
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Get your tickets now for these upcoming concerts and join us for the fun gatherings as noted below.
The Wonderful Music of Oz
APR 5, 2019 • FRI 8 pm
APR 6, 2019 • SAT 8 pm
APR 7, 2019 • SUN 2 pm
Fans of Wicked, The Wizard of Oz and The Wiz, this one's for you! Hear all of your favorite rainbow tunes and then join us in Wilks Studio at Music Hall for Cincinnati Tea Dance starting at 4 pm on Sunday (APR 7) hosted by CSO Spectrum and Cincinnati Arts Association.
Ravel + Debussy: Colors of Spain
APR 27, 2019 • SAT 8 pm
APR 28, 2019 • SUN 2 pm
CSO Spectrum sponsors LGBTQ conductor Matthias Pintscher in a program that includes his own tender composition Un despertar written specifically for cellist Alisa Weilerstein. Raise a glass with us in honor of Matthias at CSO Spectrum’s post-concert reception (APR 27).
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to become a sponsor today!
CSO Spectrum Co-chairs, 2018-19
Alek Lucke & Bruce Preston
Thank You To Our Supporters!
Haunted Hall Post-concert Event Sponsor:
Stephen Peterson & Christopher Bolling
Shawn Scott & Neil Hoover
Mrs. Dianne Dunkelman
Freeman Durham & Dean Clevenger
L. Timothy Giglio
Bruce Preston & Doug Ignatius
Past Spectrum Concerts and Events
OCT 12-14, 2018
The Pops bring hair-raising orchestral blockbusters (think Night on Bald Mountain) to Music Hall. $20 Post-concert party sponsored by ArtsWave Pride (OCT 12) in the home of Dr. Joseph Previte and Andrew Bell—a former Funeral Home. Free for CSO Spectrum subscribers attending the concert.
NOV 2-3, 2018
Tchaikovsky’s wildly popular First Piano Concerto highlights a program with LGBTQ conductor Hannu Lintu.