The Columbus Symphony shares beautiful music with the city all year long. First, you can check out their Masterworks and Pops performances throughout the year. And, you should definitely party with Picnic with the Pops all summer long. Plus, CSO also offers spectacular special events, several of which should make it to your must-go list. Later this month, Seinfeld favorite Jason Alexander joins CSO for an evening of music and hilarity. Then, in May, National Geographic Symphony for Our World combines the talents of CSO and Columbus Symphony Chorus with stunning National Geographic footage. Finally, legendary singer Andrea Bocelli will perform with the symphony on December 14, a night sure to make your holidays shine.
Of course, you know and love Jason Alexander from Seinfeld. But, before his days as the neurotic George, Alexander was singing and dancing his way through Broadway. This concert with CSO retells his Broadway journey, full of hilarity, great music and fun. Plus, enjoy some comedy and audience interaction. This show, part of the CSO Pops series, hits the Ohio Theatre stage on April 27 at 8 p.m. So, click here for more details and to snap up tickets.
Then, on May 19, join CSO for the National Geographic Symphony for our World. The Symphony, joined by Columbus Symphony Orchestra, performs with spectacular National Geographic footage and imagery perfectly synchronized with the music. Travel from the ocean depths over the mountains and fly through the sky. So, mark your calendars for this 90-minute inspiring performance on May 19 at 5 p.m. at the Ohio Theatre. And, if you want to get a bit of a sneak peek, check out the Nat Geo WILD special of the same name. It’s a pairing of the arts and science that celebrates the beauty and wonder of our world. For more details and ticket information, visit capa.com.
While the holidays feel a million miles away since we are just starting to enjoy a beautiful spring, they will arrive before we know it. So, plan ahead for this special, one-night-only performance at the Schottenstein Center. Tickets are on sale now at ticketmaster.com. Reserve your seats now, before tickets run out. When the holiday season arrives, you’ll be ahead of the planning game.