I have to agree with some comments I have seen and heard regarding the final Lumenocity, held indoors for the first time. While I admired some of the designs, they didn’t hold my attention like the previous shows, outdoors in Washington Park. Rather than stories and recognizable local imagery — such as famous Cincinnatians, local icons or Charley Harper animals– this was more a choreography of abstract images set to music. Except of course for Music Hall and Cincinnati of the future. Inventive as some of these images were, I found myself more engaged by the playing of the orchestra. But if it brought new people to see the orchestra, that was its real success.