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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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OWH REVIEW: Pianist delivers commanding performance in Omaha Symphony's French Masterpieces

Few countries elicit such cultural fondness — indeed fetishism — as does France with its wonderfully varied, yet quintessentially Gallic, food, art, fashion, and of course, music. Friday’s performance of French Masterpieces by the Omaha Symphony underscored the gorgeous richness of French culture in selections that, while highly divergent, served as cohesive examples of the nation’s music at a time when composers were distinguishing themselves from their Teutonic counterparts.
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OWH: Head back to the '70s with symphony show

Omaha Symphony patrons can relive the decade of polyester and 8-tracks this weekend. The orchestra will present “ ’70s Top 40,” a concert of hits by 1970s superstars, on Saturday at the Holland Center, 1200 Douglas St.
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OWH: Symphony heads to Broadway

You won’t have to go to New York to hear some Broadway favorites this weekend. The Omaha Symphony is offering “Now Playing on Broadway” on Saturday and Sunday at the Holland Center, 1200 Douglas St.
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PRESS RELEASE: It's the '70s Top 40 at the Omaha Symphony!

OMAHA, Neb., January 28, 2016- The Omaha Symphony will rock the era of 8-track tapes, polyester, and chart-topping singer-songwriters in ‘70s Top 40, part of the Symphony Rocks series, Saturday, February 6, 7:30 p.m., at the Holland Performing Arts Center.
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OWH REVIEW: Omaha Symphony offers bold, thrilling tribute to Russian music

The mysterious contrasts of Russia and its music — sometimes bright, often brooding, usually brash, always big — made for a truly compelling fourth annual Omaha Symphony winter festival. Strong crowds greeted Music Director Thomas Wilkins, his finely honed ensemble and their intriguing guest soloists on both Friday and Saturday nights, reiterating Omahans’ enthusiasm for the showcase weekend of the annual MasterWorks series.

Council Bluffs Guild gains five new board members

The Council Bluffs Guild of the Omaha Symphony takes pride in supporting the symphony in its efforts to introduce the wonders of orchestral music to 4,000+ southwest Iowa students each year. Their Board has grown this year gaining five new members: Arla Clausen, Kathy Dessonville, Timothy Dickmeyer, Jane Hokanson Hawks, and Alyssa Kohler.
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