CLEVES, OH (FOX19) - An addition to a local high school was celebrated with a bang, tune, and hum from a Cincinnati orchestra on Sunday afternoon.
Taylor High School celebrated its new Performing Arts Center with a community concert performed by The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, an extension of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
The concert was led by Conductor John Morris Russell and included the works of famous composers like Bernstein, Prokofiev, Gershwin, Strauss and Copeland.
The Taylor High School Marching Band served as an opening act to performance.
Sunday's concerted was $20 for adults and $10 for students with a 0.50 cent service charge per ticket.
To learn more about the Pops Orchestra, visit their website.