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Cincinnati Pops Honors 50 Years of Bond Films

by The Cincinnati Team


Bond & Beyond at Cincinnati Pops - November 11

Make it a big Bond weekend...start with the new movie "Skyfall" and then celebrate the music of the Bond movies from the last 50 years.  You’ll be "shaken and stirred" when you join John Morris Russell and the Pops for the Golden Anniversary celebration of the world’s favorite spy. The Pops performs classic Bond music that made the movies famous, along with thrilling music from iconic espionage films Mission Impossible, Austin Powers, The Pink Panther and more. These hot hits are “For Your Eyes Only.”   Trust us, “Nobody Does It Better” than your Cincinnati Pops.

The silver Aston Martin used in the movie Goldfinger and driven by Sean Connery will be displayed up on stage.  Remember its ejector seat, machine guns, rotating license plates and other spy gear?

All the Way from Vienna to Cincinnati...a Choir You Won't Believe!

by The Cincinnati Team

The Cincinnati Arts Association is bringing the Vienna Boys Choir to Cincinnati for one performance on Friday, November 12th, 8 PM at Music Hall.

The Choir is composed of approximately 100 boys between the ages of ten and fourteen.  They are mainly from Austria, though other countries are represented after extensive try outs.  The choir is built upon the tones of young boys, trebles and altos.
The choir is the modern-day descendant of the boys' choirs from the Viennese Court, dating back to the late Middle Ages.  It is a private, not-for-profit organization.

Each year approximately 100 choristers are chosen. They are divided into four touring choirs, named for Bruckner, Haydn, Mozart and Schubert, and perform about 300 concerts each year in front of almost 500,000 people. Each group tours for about ten weeks.  The remainder of the time they live at the boarding school.

Expect them to perform Austrian folk songs and waltzes, classical masterpieces, beloved pop songs, holiday favorites and medieval chants. 

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