A week of openings and closings ahead, as some seasons wind down. Classic dance. Last chance theater. Two big openings at the CAC. An all-too rare performance by VAE. A Grammy winner closes out Xavier’s series. Handelian delights. And more…
Tag: Vocal Arts Ensemble
Four April choral concerts explore the Black experience
This month we have a concentration of local concerts shedding different rays of light on what it means to be Black in America.
Culture FIX: Jan. 18-24
Music rules the week ahead, but – as usual – there is something for every taste. Take a look…
National Endowment for the Arts awards nine grants to Cincinnati area
The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded 37 grants totaling $615,000 to Ohio, part of 1,569 arts grants nationwide totaling more than $34 million.
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: March 2-8
Just when you think things are returning to normal, Bockfest comes along to remind us that normal is, well, relative. Rest assured, there are plenty of saner alternatives to balance out your weekend and beyond. Choose often, yet carefully.
Culture FIX: Jan. 5-11
Limping out of the gate, 2022 is struggling to gain momentum (Thank you, Omicron!), but there are still some special treats for sampling.
This week’s virtual and in-person events … June 24-30
Upcoming area events from across the nonprofit spectrum…
‘Whiz kid’ Brett Stover’s next venture
It’s tempting to call Brett Stover a whiz kid. I realize that may seem a curious choice of words to describe a man of 56. But if you’ve ever met Stover, you know what I mean. There is nothing about him that remotely jibes with his age. Nothing, that is, other than the smarts that he brings to the table.
What to Do/Hear/See | Dec. 11-17
After last week’s overflowing offerings, one might think there wouldn’t be much left to tout this week. One would be wrong.