Cincinnati Symphony introduces $25 “backstage” pass

Posted on: October 22, 2014

“If you like things that are exclusive and inexpensive, this might appeal to you. The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is testing Boundless Backstage, a new, special experience this Friday for the first 125 people who sign up,” writes Janelle Gelfand in Monday’s (10/20) Cincinnati Enquirer. “You will enter Music Hall through a backstage door and see what happens behind the scenes before a show. Your backstage experience will include live music, a nosh and a cash bar and a walk across Music Hall’s legendary stage—which definitely has selfie potential. You could even bump into a star or two. The price—$25—includes a ticket to see piano superstar André Watts as soloist in MacDowell’s Piano Concerto No. 2…. There’s also an after-party.”

Posted October 22, 2014