I'm Gonna Let You Finish Mr. Clemens... but Music Hall

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 The classic 1878 facade with the modern crowd awaiting an outdoor concert. 

The classic 1878 facade with the modern crowd awaiting an outdoor concert. 

It is hard to imagine a much more cosmopolitan way to spend an evening than a night at the symphony. And while we don't have a phantom like the Paris Opera House, we do have Music Hall and its music loving ghosts. Built in 1878, Music Hall is the home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Cincinnati Opera, and the Cincinnati Pops while also hosting some performances from the Cincinnati Ballet. No matter if your taste run towards Bach or the complete John Williams' score for Harry Potter (like this writer) you can find a concert here.

 Inside the main enterance 

Inside the main enterance 

Having reopened in October 2017, after a 16-month long renovation, Music Hall retains its historic edifice but you can now enjoy improved acoustics and, most important, more leg room between the seats (those 5'10" and over will understand). To see an upcoming event list click here