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Severinsen, Cole, Grant, others to perform with Cincinnati Pops

Cincinnati Pops conducter John Morris Russell. Provided by the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. Cincinnati Pops conducter John Morris Russell. Provided by the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Doc Severinsen, Natalie Cole and Amy Grant are among the stars who will perform with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra during its 2014-15 season, the orchestra announced Friday. 

Here's a brief summary of the season:

2014 concerts

Disney's Fantasia, Sept. 5-7.

Pops Classics: Doc Severinsen, Oct. 18-19

The Midtown Men: 4 Stars from the Original Cast of "Jersey Boys,"  Nov. 2.

Holiday Pops with Brian Stokes Mitchell, Dec. 5, Dec. 13-14

Amy Grant: One-night-only, Dec. 16

2015 concerts

American Originals: Live from Music Hall, Jan. 23-25. The orchestra celebrates Stephen Foster. Performers include the duo Over the Rhine, Dom Flemons and The Comet Bluegrass All-Stars.

A Romantic Evening with Natalie Cole, Feb. 8

Cirque Mechanics, March 27-29. Acrobats and others join the Pops as the orchestra performs music from Copland, Ravel and others.

Indigo Girls: One Night Only, April 19

Meredith Willson's "The Music Man" in Concert, May 1-3

Lollipops Family Concerts


Turkeys, Tunes and Tomfoolery, Nov. 22

"Carnival of the Animals," Jan. 31, 2015

Cincy Kids: In Concert!, Feb. 28, 2015. The concert celebrates talented young people in and around Cincinnati.

More information: www.cincinnatisymphony.org

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