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OWH REVIEW: Symphony transports crowd to harmonic heaven

In the space of two hours, through two works separated by nearly two centuries, the Omaha Symphony illustrated how the historic harmonic grandeur of orchestral composition is being rediscovered again. In the process, Friday night’s Holland Performing Arts Center audience also discovered two rising stars of the concert hall.

OWH REVIEW: Symphony gets spicy, creative with Latin pop

Matt Catingub’s annual spell of Omaha musical magic had a Latin sparkle — and he conjured it for Omaha’s orchestra first. In his previous guest-conductor visits, Catingub energized the Omaha Symphony and excited audiences by drawing from a deep catalogue of rock and pop arrangements. Saturday night, however, marked the premiere of Catingub’s new “Latin Pop Revolution” show tracing south-of-the-border influences on big-band jazz, 1960s and ’70s rock and the dance tunes of more recent decades.

OWH REVIEW: Orchestra coaxes surprises, nuance from 'unfinished' works

No matter what type of music they come to hear, concertgoers expect to leave with some sense of completion. That isn’t at all the theme of this weekend’s Omaha Symphony MasterWorks program, which presents the great “unfinished” 19th-century symphonies of Franz Schubert (1822) and Anton Bruckner (1896).
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KVNO: Unfinished Business for the Omaha Symphony

Never finished, always wonderful. Two of the Romantic era’s most beloved composers’ unfinished final works will take center stage in the Omaha Symphony’s Schubert and Bruckner Unfinished Symphonies. The performances will be Friday, March 18th and Saturday, March 19th at 7:30 p.m. inside the Holland Performing Arts Center.
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OWH REVIEW: Omaha Symphony takes a lively go at Irish culture

It’s a happy sign of modern times, not to mention this musical weekend in Omaha, that a highly accomplished concertmaster such as Susanna Perry Gilmore proudly calls herself a fiddler as well as a violinist. “Celtic Journey,” debuted by the Omaha Symphony to frequent ovations Saturday night, will take its place as one of the most ebullient programs in the orchestra’s Holland Performing Arts Center decade.
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KVNO: The Omaha Symphony Goes on a Celtic Journey

The Omaha Symphony looks to take audience members on a trip to the Emerald Isle. This weekend, the Omaha Symphony debuts their new show Celtic Journey, a new program featuring concertmaster Susanna Perry Gilmore on fiddle, Irish storyteller Tomáseen Foley, members of the Celtic Journey Band and Dancers, as well as local students from Dowds Irish Dance Academy. Gilmore talked about how excited she was for audience members to see a truly unique Irish collaboration.
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