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KVNO: Brahms' Third Opens New Omaha Symphony Season

It’s time for the metro’s largest orchestra to start a new season, one that’s sure to please from start to “unfinished.” The Omaha Symphony’s new season is packed with audience favorites while delving into unexplored territory with new composers and rediscovered gems.
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OWH: Omaha Symphony sees record attendance in 2014/2015 season

Close to 69,000 people attended symphony programs during the 2014-15 season, including the largest number of paying attendees (59,450) since the orchestra starting playing at the Holland Performing Arts Center a decade ago. Average attendance per concert was 1,369 — another record.

OWH: Symphony's season ends with big names

Don’t accuse the Omaha Symphony of rolling to a stop. The symphony closes out its 2014-15 season this weekend with a MasterWorks program simply titled “Beethoven and Brahms.”

OWH: At symphony, pop culture pieces with concert hall roots

Think big. That’s the idea propelling the Omaha Symphony this weekend in a Pops series concert featuring some of classical music’s most ubiquitous hits. In fact, the music in the program is so recognizable, some listeners will immediately associate them with their adoptive pop culture parents.

OWH: Omaha Symphony's weekend program a study in changes

It’s February. You probably feel like you’re staring down the long stretch of winter right now, squinting just to convince yourself that the shimmer at the end of this cold and colorless corridor of time really is a sign of spring. But it’s not; it’s probably just April. Mother Nature is cruel. That groundhog lies.

OWH: Return to Woodstock- minus the mud

Concerts at the Holland Performing Arts Center typically begin with a public announcement of some sort. Please turn off your cellphone. No photography inside the concert hall. Don’t eat the brown acid.

OWH: Stop for this, in the name of great music

The Omaha Symphony opens a new season of its “Rocks” series Saturday night with a concert devoted to one of pop music’s most remarkable eras and certainly one of its most astonishing recording companies.
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