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The last article in janelle's notes, "Queen City Opera: Tchaikovky’s little known “Life” Symphony impresses", is dated 2021-09-10. By 2020, this source had published 46 articles (20 since the beginning of 2021). Over the past 12 months, janelle's notes has published an average of 3 articles per month.
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Isaac Selya, artistic director and conductor of Queen City Opera, is known for inventive productions, usually of lesser-known operatic repertoire. He often pairs operas with social issues. Even Act I from Wagner’s Walkure featured a partnership with Women Helping Women and a discussion about domestic abuse. As the arts begin to emerge from Covid-19, it […]
Although the Cincinnati Opera 2021 Summer Festival isn’t over yet, I was lucky enough to attend all three opera productions, as well as the concert, “Opera in the Park.” As you know, the company mounted its 101st season outdoors at Summit Park, Blue Ash. It was a complex operation. Here’s a story about what it […]
As the nation reopens from a year of lockdowns, more choruses are announcing that they will be returning to live performances. Of course, during the pandemic, vocal music was considered the most deadly form of spreading the Covid-19 virus. Musica Sacra, a 60-member chorus founded in 1965, joyfully returns for its 56th season, live and […]
The weather gods were smiling on Cincinnati Opera last night. The company managed to squeak past a turbulent day of downpours to mount its Opera in the Park concert last night at Summit Park in Blue Ash. The crowds turned out, and from all reports, a good time was had by all. Due to Covid, […]
Cincinnati Art Museum’s “Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men: The Berlin Masterpieces in America” (July 9-Oct. 3) is a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exhibition on several levels. It explores the controversy of removing art that was patrimony of the German people after World War II. It tells the story of Cincinnati’s own “Monuments Man” Walter Farmer. It […]
The College-Conservatory of Music at UC has been busy adding faculty members recently. Dean Stanley Romanstein announced these prominent new profs this week: Kristin Lee has been appointed Assistant Professor of Violin beginning Aug. 15, 2021. She is a recipient of the 2015 Avery Fisher Career Grant, as well as a top prizewinner of the […]
BOLD MOVES PLUS Cincinnati Ballet June 16-20 Aronoff Center P&G Hall [Downtown] This mixed-rep program is being re-imagined with the health and safety of our dancers and patrons top of mind. Wed-Thu, June 16-17 at 7:30pm Fri, June 18 at 8pm Sat, June 19 at 2pm & 8pm Sun, June 20 at 1pm & 6:30pm […] […]
A new podcast created by UC College-Conservatory of Music alumni takes listeners inside the entertainment industry with stories and advice from Broadway performers, television actors, movie producers, make-up artists and more. “School, Stage & Screen” is a revealing 11-episode podcast about success stories and fantastic failures from the entertainment industry — as experienced by graduates […]
Originally posted on THE CCM VILLAGE NEWS BLOG: CCM presents three concert streams featuring piano students performing in Robert J. Werner Recital Hall and in other performance spaces throughout the world! Presented in conjunction with the CCMONSTAGE Online series of concert streams, the COVID Etude Project showcases three complete sets of etudes by composers Franz Liszt, Claude Debussy and William…
Opera Fusion: New Works, the forward-looking collaboration of Cincinnati Opera and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music to develop new opera, is hosting a livestreamed workshop on Monday for a new opera that is to be premiered at the Metropolitan Opera in the 2022-23 season. “The Hours” is written by the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer […]