Tag: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

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…

The strings that bind – or don’t: the Itzkoff-Yenney family

Heidi Yenney and Coleman Itzkoff will both be performing during Summermusik.

“At a certain point, when I was younger, I kind of lost interest,” Coleman said. He pauses for a moment, then rephrases. “Not ‘lost interest,’ but I was leading a double life as a … as a kid, as a skateboarder and as a miscreant, and they had to pull me back from that and say, ‘Enough of the skateboarding.’ ”

What to Do/See/Hear | May 2-8

This week is proof that some of the biggest events can come in the smallest packages. Whether it’s a museum or a movie for the little ones, the personal connection of music performed just feet away or the beauty seen in small pieces of art, we have an event that’s just the right size for you.

An artful panacea for the blues of March

“Fancy Free,” Cincinnati Ballet

T.S.Eliot called April “the cruelest month.” That may be true for London, but here in Cincinnati it must be March. We all need some inspiration to get through those raw, lingering, gray days with highs in the 30s. For many, it’s the transformative power of the arts. Here are some special arts events to nourish your soul in the weeks to come.