Omaha punches above its weight in many regards, thanks to local vision, professionalism and philanthropy. Omaha's arts community provides an excellent example.
Whether you’re a fan of classical, pop, rock, or even movie theme songs, the Omaha Symphony has something in store for you.
"Billy Elliott" spin-off is sure to put a twinkle in your eye.
Under the baton of the resident and principle pops conductor, Ernest Richardson, the Omaha Symphony Orchestra presented the arrangements of Judy Garland’s 1961 Carnegie Hall performance and live album.
The program leaned heavily on the music of John Williams, the iconic film composer who scored the first three Harry Potter movies. The selections eschewed the ominous in favor of inspiring, light, magical pieces.
Bill Sprague auditioned for a seat in the Omaha Symphony Orchestra in 1959. He was 14 years old.