• In the News
    In the News

    The Columbus Dispatch

    "It’s how (audiences) consume the world right now,” Milanov said. “They consume it through only one medium, which is your computer screen at home.”

  • Carl Orff’s O Fortuna from Carmina Burana

    The Columbus Symphony and Chorus present one of the most iconic and requested pieces in the classical repertiore, Carl Orff’s O Fortuna from Carmina Burana. Look for it in the highlights of our 20-21 season!

  • Happy Earth Day!

    We celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! What better place to celebrate than the Columbus Symphony Grove at Franklin Park. Take a tour with Music Director Rossen Milanov and music played by the Columbus Symphony. Enjoy!!

  • Handel's Hallelujah Chorus from the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and Chorus

    While we may not be able to be together in person, through music we can all be together in spirit during this special time of year. We hope this beautifully curated virtual performance of the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Messiah, performed by the...

  • Columbus Symphony Chorus - You'll Never Walk Alone

    The Columbus Symphony Chorus virtual chorus.

  • Public Health Update: The Coronavirus
    Public Health Update: The Coronavirus

    All performances and events for the Columbus Symphony are canceled through May 2 as we support efforts by public health officials and the Governor to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community.

  • Winner of the Columbus Symphony’s 2020 Young Musicians Competition
    Winner of the Columbus Symphony’s 2020 Young Musicians Competition

    16-year-old violinist Cecilia Martin

    The Columbus Symphony announced the winner of its 2020 Young Musicians Competition, 16-year-old violinist Cecilia Martin. As such, Martin has been awarded the first-ever Lois H. Allen Concerto Prize of $1,000 donated by the Friends of the Symphony an...

  • Review | Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Chihuly sculptures open doors on light and death
    Review | Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Chihuly sculptures open doors on light and death

    The Columbus Dispatch

    "The orchestra played sublimely into the moment of transfiguration, soaring over plateau after plateau, maintaining intensity and luster of sound to the final climax, which glowed with the cool shade of eternity."

  • Benefit Concert Community Leaders

    Check out our Benefit Concert Community Leaders then and now.