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Category: Arts/Culture News
Ohio Citizens for the Arts to honor Ginger Warner, James Conlon
Ohio Citizens for the Arts will honor two people with ties to Greater Cincinnati at the Governor’s Awards for the Arts in Ohio and Advocacy Day luncheon in Columbus: Ginger Warner and James Conlon.
New passport takes theater lovers behind the scenes
The League of Cincinnati Theatres (LCT) has introduced a Theatre Ambassador program, with a pass good for exclusive backstage experiences at Cincinnati’s professional and university theaters, as well as box office discounts.
May Festival’s James Conlon: an appreciation
In 1978, a young conductor made his festival debut, and it was announced he would take over musical leadership of the festival going forward. His name was James Conlon.
New from CET: ‘River Valley Rhythms’
CET has launched a new music and performance program, “River Valley Rhythms.”
The first episode, featuring the Blue Wisp Big Band, aired in mid-April. It will repeat on CET Arts at 8 p.m. Monday, May 2.
ArtsWave campaign makes 2016 $12.45M goal
ArtsWave is celebrating the success of its 2016 Community Campaign, which raised $12.45 million to reach the campaign goal.
Whither the orchestra goeth, the audience must follow
‘Experience junkie’ Erica Minton is charged with smoothing the transition of CSO patrons to the Taft Theater during Music Hall’s renovation next season.
Interactive exhibit ‘Da Vinci – The Genius’ coming to Museum Center
The works of one of history’s greatest minds are coming to Cincinnati Museum Center. “Da Vinci – The Genius,” an interactive exhibit that showcases Leonardo da Vinci’s timeless brilliance through full-scale interpretations of his inventions and unique studies of his iconic art, opens May 20.
Party will honor Alice Weston
Alice Weston, founding patron of the Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery, will be honored at a party given by the Cincinnati Arts Association.
Jazz Hall of Fame to welcome 9
The Cincinnati Jazz Hall of Fame will induct nine musicians on April 30. The 2016 inductees, chosen by the Hall of Fame’s board and nominated by the public, are musicians vocalists, bands, clubs and educators who were either born in Cincinnati or have a connection with the city.