Cincinnati’s Main Street offers its own brand of local flavor and quirkiness, with a varied mix of nightlife, food, retail and services. Meet seven of the creative entrepreneurs who chose to locate their businesses along Main Street, from downtown to OTR…
If it’s true, as they say, that opposites attract, Pappano and Küchle are living proof of it. He’s a champion of new music, of pushing – or pulling, perhaps – opera into the 21st century. She, on the other hand, is devoted to early music. For her, 16th- and 17th-century composers like Claudio Monteverdi, Richardo Rogniono and Jacopo Peri are not relics of past cultures. They are very much alive.
Over the last eight years, more than 80 business and community leaders have traded in their suits and ties (and in some cases, heels) for a musical instrument and a stage. But this is more than a jam session among friends. This is Suits That Rock, an annual fundraising concert dreamed up by Kevin Canafax and John Domaschko. So why do the Suits pour their hearts and souls into this event every year? That’s simple … to celebrate the joy of music.
As Girls on the Run International celebrates its 20th anniversary, the Cincinnati affiliate is gearing up for its next 5K.
Stephen Sondheim recently turned 86, but his groupies are every bit as impassioned as those who follow the world’s most cutting-edge rock bands.
At least that’s what Cincinnati arts journalist and Sondheim devotee Rick Pender is banking on with his new publishing venture, Everything Sondheim.