Tag: Bach Ensemble of St. Thomas

What to Do/Hear/See | Sept. 18-24

There’s no doubt about it: It’s summer’s last week, and the days are getting shorter. Better get in a few last festivals while we can. Apparently it’s time for the music season to explode into full glory, too. Read on, and you’ll see what we mean.

MUST-SEE: Music & Opera, Fall 2019

Pianist Stewart Goodyear performs the complete Beethoven sonata cycle in one day.

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…

What to Do/Hear/See | April 10-16

There are as many things to do this week as there are daffodils in the yard – only an even wider variety. Whether indoors or out, historic or avant-garde, tuneful or visual, it’s all here for you. Start picking your bouquet.

What to Do/Hear/See | March 20-26

We’re in the middle of a stretch in these parts when folks get a glaze of sports over their eyes. So do the arts just ride the bench for a week? Are you crazy? Just look at the March madness our local groups have in store for you.

What to Do/Hear/See | Feb. 27-March 5

For freelance musicians, the weeks one dreads are those in which every group with which one performs decides to schedule a program at the same time. This week, you get a taste of that life as many, many organizations serve up appealing offerings. We’ll try to narrow it down (a little) for you.

What to Do/Hear/See | Dec. 12-18

Well, we’re in the thick of it now: the weeks when the world will force you into holiday cheer through the sheer volume of seasonal programming. If last week’s bounty didn’t quite do it, this week should bring you to critical mass.

What to Do/See/Hear | Oct. 31-Nov. 6

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We find ourselves this week describing a timespan in the arts bookended by Halloween and Election Day – in other words, two days that share the potential to be among the spookiest of the year. Don’t be afraid, though. There are plenty of more genteel undertakings available to lighten your spirit…