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Cincinnati’s Musica Sacra community choral group is streaming a special performance of Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem, and his “Cantique de Jean Racine,” Nov. 25 through Dec. 4. The most unique aspect of this performance is that it was rehearsed and recorded live with orchestra, with its performers masked and socially distanced at St. Boniface Church in Northside […]
After high hopes of mounting an in-person, socially distanced “Nutcracker” this season, Cincinnati Ballet has announced that the production will be digital only. The reason is due to the ongoing surge of coronavirus locally. “Given the ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases across the region, we’ve made the difficult decision to cancel all in-person performances of The […]
Cincinnati Art Museum announced today that it is temporarily suspending in-person visitation to slow the spread of Covid-19. The museum will take a “community health break in support of health care workers and Cincinnatians” starting tomorrow, Nov. 21, through Dec. 14. The outdoor Art Climb will remain open, and CAM’s digital offerings will allow the […]
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) announced on Oct. 17 the appointment of James Conlon, conductor laureate of the Cincinnati May Festival, as its Artistic Advisor. Conlon will begin his role in September 2021, following the conclusion of BSO Music Director Marin Alsop’s historic 14-year tenure. Conlon has affirmed that he is not a candidate in […]
A wonderful tribute to United States Veterans is available online today and for the next 48 hours. The Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michael Chertock, presents an inspiring Veterans Day ceremony and concert, all performed and recorded for the streamed program using Covid-19 safety precautions. The orchestra sent out this announcement: “No Town […]
Question: How is recording a concert for livestream different from a regular recording session or an orchestra rehearsal? “It’s a very strange, weird experience,” said CSO maestro Louis Langrée, during a recording session at Music Hall last week. “Because, when it’s a recording, you record bits, and you might do a run-through and make patches […]
A new report from the National Center for Arts Research names Cincinnati in the top 20 of large communities for arts vibrancy. The report takes “a data-driven approach to assessing characteristics that make up a community’s vibrancy rather than base the ranking on our own opinion about locations or on a popular vote.” Four measures […]
Something good has come out of all the turmoil and unrest this summer. Arts organizations are programming music and even entire seasons devoted to the music of African American composers. It is music long neglected in our country. From the King of Ragtime Scott Joplin, whose “Maple Leaf Rag” appears on the Pops’ digital program […]
Linton Chamber Music will return to its devoted fans. But, like everything else these days, the 2020-21 season has been “re-imagined.” Live performances will be streamed online from the Linton stage at First Unitarian Church. Besides that, Linton Chamber Music will be making a small, limited amount of seating available to subscribers and donors. Starting […]
I’ve enjoyed some of the most engaging programs in memory by Cincinnati Song Initiative, a series of programs devoted to art song. Founded five years ago by Sam Martin, it features rising stars — many of them CCM alumni — and CCM faculty in impeccable performances of music we don’t often hear. This year, it’s […]