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The Doo Wop Project
Stars of Broadway’s smash hits Jersey Boys and Motown
About the Concert

Friday, March 15, 2024, 7:30 pm
Saturday, March 16, 2024, 7:30 pm
Sunday, March 17, 2024, 2 pm
Cincinnati Music Hall

John Morris Russell, conductor
Charl Brown, vocalist
Dwayne Cooper, vocalist
John Michael Dias, vocalist
Russell Fischer, vocalist
Dominic Nolfi, vocalist

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Program

Stars of Broadway’s smash hits Jersey Boys and Motown: The Musical join JMR and the Pops for a celebration of American pop and rock history—from foundational tunes of groups like the Crests and Flamingos through their influences on the sounds of Smokey Robinson, The Temptations and The Four Seasons all the way to Doo Wop-ified versions of modern musicians like Michael Jackson and Jason Mraz. 

Selections will be announced from the stage.

There will be one 20-minute intermission.


The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra is grateful to Pops Season Sponsor PNC and Show Sponsor Pyro-Technical Investigations.

The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra is grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Val Cook, whose generous endowment supports this performance. 

About The Doo Wop Project

The Doo Wop Project begins at the beginning: tracing the evolution of Doo Wop from the classic sound of five guys singing harmonies on a street corner to the biggest hits on the radio today. In their epic shows, The Doo Wop Project takes audiences on a journey featuring foundational tunes from The Crests, The Belmonts and The Flamingos through the vocal artistry of Smokey Robinson, The Temptations and The Four Seasons, all the way to DooWopified versions of modern hits from Michael Jackson, Jason Mraz, Maroon 5 and Sam Smith.

Featuring stars from the Broadway hits Jersey Boys, Motown: The Musical and A Bronx Tale, The Doo Wop Project brings unparalleled authenticity of sound and vocal excellence to recreate—and in some cases entirely reimagine—the greatest music in American pop and rock history.