Once a month, crowds gather at Northside Tavern for a hot session of trio sonatas and brass quintets. Or wind ensembles and string quartets. Or operatic arias.
It’s another evening of Classical Revolution, Cincinnati’s branch of a growing national network that bypasses the concert hall for bars and nightclubs.
And the audience’s ages skew well under 40, precisely the elusive demographic that symphony marketing directors have been slavering for. Advantage: Classical Revolution. It’s free, the audience comes and goes and the bar keeps serving.
Sunday night at Northside Tavern. Get details here.