Interior of The Cincinnati Music Hall
Interior of The Cincinnati Music Hall

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The Cincinnati Music Hall, which opened in 1878, is filled with Victorian Gothic grandeur as designed by architect Samuel Hannaford and is on the National Register of Historic Places. A multi-use performing arts center, Music Hall is home to Cincinnati’s symphony orchestra, pops orchestra, ballet, and the May Festival Chorus. It is also home to Cincinnati Opera, one of the oldest and most highly regarded opera companies in U.S., who will celebrate their 98th season this summer returning to the newly renovated Music Hall. When the city launched the $143 million renovation in 2016 it had a caveat: the renovation must be completed in just 16 months. Teamwork and custom solutions brought the project in on time and on budget when it reopened in Oct. 2017. 

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