Air travelers to enjoy sounds of Cincinnati Symphony

Posted on: December 14, 2010

In Tuesday’s (12/14) Cincinnati Enquirer, Janelle Gelfand reports, “Thanks to a new partnership between the airport and the symphony, travelers passing through the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport won’t be hearing elevator music anymore. Recorded music by the Cincinnati Symphony and Pops Orchestras will soon be broadcast throughout the airport. During the holidays, the play list could range from Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Nutcracker’ to ‘Christmas with the Pops’ with Rosemary Clooney and Doc Severinsen. More than 10 million CSO and Pops albums have been sold, worldwide. … ‘On behalf of the entire team here at CVG [Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport] and all of our customers, we thank the CSO for enriching our airport’s atmosphere with its world-class music,’ said John C. Mok, airport CEO. The CSO’s Brass Quintet kicked off the partnership Monday afternoon in Concourse B at the airport. The orchestra is one of the first local organizations to join with the airport in promoting the region and pointing out assets, such as the symphony, which enhance the quality of life.”

Posted December 14, 2010