The days of cutting a big check and walking away are over. Today’s donors want to know about those they are giving to. They want to see results. It is akin to investing in a cause. Ellen Katz and the Greater Cincinnati foundation welcome that change.
An interesting amalgamation of small performing arts organizations are joining forces in April to mount a production of “Tobias and the Angel,” a – yes – community opera by English composer Jonathan Dove.
At La Scala, in January, young soprano Nadine Sierra and legendary baritone Leo Nucci were called back for a mid-performance encore in front of the curtain, something that hadn’t happened there since 1988. On May 1, Cincinnati will hear her in performance as Matinee Musicale concert series closes its 103rd season. Come see what all the excitement is about.
Eight Cincinnati-area women who have contributed greatly to entrepreneurship, the private sector and the public sector are winners of this year’s YWCA Greater Cincinnati’s Career Women of Achievement award.
It wasn’t just passion that spurred Susan (Pavlech) Hunt to form the nonprofit, GiveHope. There was a lot of panic in the beginning. And the feeling there was nothing she could do—that is, until she discovered her “a-ha!” moment.