Tag: Concert:Nova

5 Cincinnati creatives on ‘mindfulness’

The term “mindfulness” is seemingly everywhere these days, as evidenced by the explosion in yoga and pilates throughout our culture. But is mindfulness new to the arts, or is this just a different way of thinking about the path toward creativity that artists have followed for centuries? Have we captured your attention?

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/See/Hear | Oct. 31-Nov. 6

concert:nova

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…

What to Do/See/Hear | Oct. 3-9

Teju Cole

As usual, we’ve got a week chock-full of great events on tap. Unless you’ve teamed up with the Doctor to perfect multidimensional self-projection, though, you’re going to have a pretty tough time stretching yourself thin enough to get to all these.

Concert:nova presents ‘The Bradbury Tattoos’

Flash sheet, “Kaleidoscope,” by Steven Mast, inspired by the Ray Bradbury short story of the same name.

It sounds like the opening line of a joke: A cellist, a tattoo artist and a dramaturge meet in a bar. … Though a bar was not the scene, the group of artists collaborating on concert:nova’s world premiere production of “The Bradbury Tattoos, a Rock Opera” is a wildly disparate group. 

What to Do/Hear/See | April 11-17

Spring has sprung (finally) and events are blooming in abundance this coming week. There are many more than we could possibly include, so we’ve chosen a few to whet your appetite. Visit our arts listings for more…