One of the biggest weekend of events in Cincinnati in several years. And several of the most prominent are already sold out. Clear your dance card and gird your loins; whatever your pleasure, we have you covered.
Looking for a way to enjoy a classical music concert while staying safe in your own home? You may be interested in this upcoming virtual concert from The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music titled “Joining Hands.”
There’s still no sign of snow on snow, but that also means there’s no excuse for not getting out and enjoying the events offered us this week. As usual, there’s plenty of it, so let us help you winnow your options.
This is a season for landmark anniversaries in the arts – Cincinnati Museum Center (200 years), Cincinnati Art Academy (150), Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (125) Cincinnati Opera (100), Chamber Music Cincinnati (90). Great events are on tap from those groups and…
With the decline in the number of book and record stores, it has become more challenging to learn about new releases – so we’ve done the legwork for you. Here’s a selection of books and recordings from 2018, by local artists, authors and musicians.
It feels autumnal outside, but it’s still pretty startling to realize that October is already winding to its hallowed end. No surprise, then, that there’s plenty of spooky stuff afoot – and a potent potable to help you through it. Curious? Forge ahead.
It’s time for a seasonal changing of the guard. With May just around the corner, many of Greater Cincinnati’s purveyors of cultural entertainment are wrapping up either their current undertakings or their season. That’s good news for you: There’s plenty to catch, both coming and going.
For two decades, Israeli violin maker Amnon Weinstein has dedicated himself to restoring violins played by musicians during the Holocaust. With the help of his son, Avshi, these once-silent violins can be played again.