Ohio Symphony Tour with The Cleveland Pops, Mansfield, and Toledo Symphonies

Fresh from Asia, join Connor and some of his home state's finest Symphony Orchestras this month for three headlining performances in Northeast, Northwest and Central Ohio.

Under the direction of his good friend Maestro Carl Topilow, and featuring some of the state's most talented musicians. The show's pops offerings range from "NASA: A Space Spectacular" program with the Toledo Symphony on September 24th at it's massive Stranahan Theater's 2,424 seat concert hall; with songs including "Stars" from Les Miserables, "The Impossible Dream" from The man of La Mancha, "Into The Fire" from The Scarlet Pimpernel, and of course Elton John's "Rocket Man". All with lush 52 piece orchestrations and several Astronauts from the state of Ohio narrating orchestral selections such as "The Mission" and John William's "Planets".

Update: Live footage from the show

The Cleveland Pops Orchestra on September 11th, including "Oh What a Might", "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You", "God Bless The USA" and "America The Beautiful"

And with The Mansfield Symphony Orchestra on September 18th, at the stunning Renaissance Theater, performing his signature "Oh What a Night" program, with some of Broadway's most famous selections, including "Giants In The Sky" from Into The Woods, "Being Alive" from Company, selections from Jersey Boys, "I Go To Rio" from The Boy From Oz, and "Bring Him Home" from Les Miserables.

Update: Live footage from the show
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