Before any of Cincinnati’s other major arts organizations came into existence, the May Festival was already there.
Taft Museum and Cincinnati Symphony partner on 2023 Duncanson Artist-in-Residence
In partnership with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s Diversity Fellowship program, the Taft Museum of Art welcomes its 36th Duncanson Artist-in-Residence.
Summermusik announces ’23 season
Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra has announced its 2023 season, with tickets going on sale beginning Saturday.
Due to illness, Elliot Madore stepping in for Matinée Musicale Sunday recital
Mezzo-soprano Valerie Eickhoff, who was scheduled to perform this Sunday with Matinee Musicale Cincinnati, became ill earlier this week.
Four April choral concerts explore the Black experience
This month we have a concentration of local concerts shedding different rays of light on what it means to be Black in America.
Renowned pianist Emanuel Ax performs solo in benefit concert
The Ben Carlson-Berne Scholarship Fund was created to assist underserved and economically disadvantaged youth musicians in Cincinnati. One of today’s most famous classical pianists, Emanuel Ax, has agreed to perfom here this month to benefit the fund.
CSO’s Langrée too busy planning and making music to say farewell … just yet
This is the sort of season we have come to expect from Langrée; robust, occasionally quirky or challenging, but filled with countless musical riches, both old – Beethoven’s 7th anyone? – and new, including numerous premieres and collaborations.
Cincinnati Contemporary Jazz Orchestra turns 10 and turns out its first CD in celebration
To commemorate its 10th anniversary, the Cincinnati Contemporary Jazz Orchestra is releasing its first CD, “We are the CCJO,” which showcases that original repertoire. But you can sample selections ahead of time at the band’s upcoming concert.
Sam Martin: Cincinnati’s champion for art song
To many people – most, perhaps – “art song” suggests a rarefied art form that is beyond the reach of all but the most elite music-lovers. At one time, the stereotype may have been deserved.
Chamber orchestra wins national merit
The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra and its music director have won a major national prize, while a local performer also won first place in her division.