For 28 years, the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra has brought classical music - and modern music with a classical twist - to Northern Kentucky.
A new season is set to kick off in October. Shows throughout the year mix classical and jazz; pay tribute to composers who overcame disabilities; include music from an opera about the Manhattan Project, a collaboration with the St. Peter in Chains Cathedral Choir; and provide a live accompaniment of the classic film Singin' in the Rain.
Joining Cincinnati Edition to talk about the new season and to update us on KSO's quest for a permanent home, is KSO Music Director and Founder James Cassidy.
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