Tag: Linton Chamber Music

MUST-SEE MUSIC: fall 2022

Must-see Music Saxophonist Steven Banks

Dare we even say it? “Back to normal”? Ever since the COVID pandemic brought the 2019-20 performing arts season to a halt, we’ve been looking forward to the day when our musical organizations could resume a full schedule. Looks like we’re just about there, though none of us are likely to take the miracle of live performance for granted again. Let’s count our blessings.

Culture FIX: April 6-12

This is a bunched-up week with big bunches of events: a five-day festival, four days of dance and movies and the CSO, three theater openings, two movie double bills and a two-day symposium, plus one of J.S. Bach’s grandest compositions, capped off by the bigger than life Fran Lebowitz. Good luck keeping up…

Culture FIX: March 30-April 5

Welcome to music week. Not sure why the scheduling gods saturated this week with melody, but what a treat ahead for your ears. And a few other gems, as well. Happy to highlight these for you.

Culture FIX: March 9-15

If you can’t figure out what to do this week based on this overflowing buffet of events, well… (As my Swedish mother told me, it’s usually better to say nothing at all …) Whichever you choose, get out and experience something. (Mom will be happy, and I will too.)

Culture FIX: Feb. 16-22

Can you imagine what would have happened in this city had the Bengals won? Alas. It’s time to pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off and start all over again. Here are some healing selections for the days ahead.

Culture FIX: Jan. 26-Feb. 1

This must be Catholic week in Cincinnati arts & culture circles. Not one, but three presentations have strong, but very distinct Catholic themes. And of course there are many other choices, especially Saturday, which is literally overflowing. Good luck deciding!