Tag: St. Peter in Chains Cathedral

Culture FIX: Nov. 29-Dec. 5

The leaves are raked, the lights are up, the turkeys have been picked clean (and so, some say, have the Bengals) … And now, ’tis the season! Make way for a feast of holiday fare: “The Nutcracker,” “Messiah,” “Feast of Carols,” “White Christmas,” “Advent Lessons” and other favorites highlight the week.

Culture FIX: April 5-11

It’s a lighter week for cultural events, with many groups pausing during the Easter and Passover season. But there’s still a good number of noteworthy events for your consideration.

Culture FIX: March 8-14

What a world-class week ahead! One of the most important openings here in decades – the new Playhouse mainstage theater. Plus visits by global and national superstars, not to mention our homegrown talents that can measure up with the best.

Culture FIX: Nov. 23-29

Yes, this is the only weekend you’ll ever see me advocate holiday gift shopping. We’re talking artful shopping, with a dash of dance and a heaping helping of music to kick off your Advent season.

Culture FIX: Nov. 9-15

At times, it’s almost too much … until I remember there are 2.26 million of you to absorb the onslaught of art being made in and around Our Fair City. Here’s what I ask: Take a risk. Explore something new. Bring a friend. Make art a verb – your verb.

Culture FIX: June 1-7

Patrons of Summerfair Cincinnati walk the grounds of Coney Island

And just like that, summer is upon us. Theater, concerts, a little thing called Summerfair, and the launch of Fringe. But wait, there’s more… (Please try to keep up, ok? 😉

Culture FIX: April 13-19

Churches are full of singing this week if you are craving some great choral music. Otherwise, it’s a another delightful hodge-podge of art, film, literature, music and theater. We wish you a meaningful Holy Week, however you celebrate.

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.

Passing the baton: New conductors in Cincinnati’s changing choral scene

Over the past three years, it seems that there have been more than the usual number of notable leadership changes among Greater Cincinnati choral groups. Some shifts were driven by retirements. Others came about as directors departed for new positions. And some were propelled by the uncertainty that has upended nearly every aspect of life during the past two years.