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Fall Arts Calendar

There’s something for everyone all autumn long

By Staff · September 1st, 2010 · CityBeat Recommends
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Art Galleries & Exhibits

1305 GALLERY
1305 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-374-5618
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

AISLE GALLERY
424 Findlay St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-241-3403
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

ART ACADEMY OF CINCINNATI
1212 Jackson St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-562-6262
20 Years/20 Artists
, Pearlman and Chidlaw Galleries (through Sept. 3.)

ART BEYOND BOUNDARIES
1410 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-421-8726
Summer Love
(through Sept. 14.)

ARTWORKS
811 Race St., Downtown, 513-333-0388
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

AVS ART GALLERY
315 W. Fourth St., Downtown, 513-328-3456
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

BASE GALLERY
1225 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-721-2273
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

BEHRINGER-CRAWFORD MUSEUM
1600 Montague Road, Covington, 859-491-4003
Centennials
(through Sept. 26)

BETTS HOUSE
416 Clark St., West End, 513-651-0734
From Tenements to Townhouses: Multi-Family Housing in Cincinnati
(through Sept. 30)
From Queen City to Porkopolis: Prints of Cincinnati, 1860-1890
(Oct. 2-Nov. 18)

CARL SOLWAY GALLERY
424 Findlay St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-621-0069
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

CARNEGIE CENTER OF COLUMBIA TUSCULUM
3738 Eastern Ave., Columbia Tusculum, 513-321-6449
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

CARNEGIE VISUAL PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, 859-491-2030
A Time to Celebrate
(Sept. 10-Oct. 15)

CINCINNATI ART GALLERIES
225 E. Sixth St., Downtown, 513-381-2128
Poetry of the Still Life; Now and Then
(through Sept. 24.)

CLAY STREET PRESS
1312 Clay St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-241-3232
The Tabloid Series
(through Oct. 16)

CLIFTON CULTURAL ARTS CENTER
3711 Clifton Ave., Clifton, 513-497-2860
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

CLOSSON’S
3061 Madison Road, Oakley, 513-762-5510
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

COLLECTOR’S ART GROUP
225 E. Sixth St., Second Floor, Downtown, 513-587-0220
Ersatz Lascaux
(Sept. 3-Oct. 2)

COUNTRY CLUB
3209 Madison Road, Oakley, 513-792-9744
Morning Star
(through Oct. 2)
Top 100 2009
(through Oct. 23)

CS13 GALLERY
1219 Sycamore St., Over-the-Rhine, contemporaryspace13@gmail.com
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibitions)

EISELE GALLERY OF FINE ART
5729 Dragon Way, Fairfax, 513-791-7717
Summer Selections
(through Sept. 11)

ENJOY THE ARTS/START
1338 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-621-4700
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

ESSEX STUDIOS
2511 Essex Place, Walnut Hills, 513-244-3375
Studio complex hosts ArtWalks (Oct. 2-3)

FABRICATE
4012 Hamilton Ave. (Enter through Red Polly), Northside, 513-541-2394
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

FIFTH STREET GALLERY
55 W. Fifth St., Downtown, 513-579-9333
Donna Talerico (Sept. 10-Oct. 9)
Melinda Ramos (Oct. 15-Nov. 13)
Trish Weeks (Nov. 19-Dec. 11)

FITTON CENTER FOR CREATIVE ARTS
101 S. Monument Ave., Hamilton, 513-863-8873
Elements
(through Oct. 22)
Time Travels
(Nov. 13-Jan. 6)
Fitton Faculty Show (Nov. 13-Jan 6)

FRANK DUVENECK ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER
1232 Greenup St., Covington 859-491-3942
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

FUNKE FIRED ARTS
3130 Wasson Road, Hyde Park/Oakley, 513-871-CLAY
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

FUSION GALLERY
305 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue, 859-431-2100
Final Friday: Ken Swinson artist reception (Nov. 6)

GALLERIE ZAUM
811 Monmouth St., Newport, 859-441-3838
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

GALLERY 42 FINE ART
105 E. Main St., Mason, 513-234-7874
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

IRIS BOOKCAFE
1331 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-381-2665
Ardine Nelson: Construence
(through Sept. 20)

KENNEDY HEIGHTS ARTS CENTER
6546 Montgomery Road, 513-631-4ART
Touch
(through Sept. 25)
Click VI
(Oct. 2-Nov. 13)

KRAFTHAUS
1335 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-313-7928
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

KZF DESIGN GALLERY
700 Broadway St., Downtown, 513-621-6211
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

LLOYD LIBRARY AND MUSEUM
917 Plum St., Downtown, 513-721-3707
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

MALTON GALLERY
3804 Edwards Road, Hyde Park, 513-321-8614
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

MANIFEST CREATIVE RESEARCH GALLERY AND DRAWING CENTER
2727 Woodburn Ave., Walnut Hills, 513-861-3638
Master Pieces
(through Sept. 10)

MARX GALLERY
520 Madison Ave., Covington, 859-261-2530
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

MILLER GALLERY
2715 Erie Ave., Hyde Park, 513-871-4420
WEBEJAMMIN
(Sept. 8-22)
Leaving Eden
(Oct. 1-14)

MUSEUM GALLERY/GALLERY MUSEUM
1218 Sycamore St., Downtown, mg-gm.com
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

NORDHEIM GALLERY
2500 Madison Ave., Covington, 859-292-3960
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

NKU ART GALLERIES
Main and Third Floor Galleries, Fine Arts Center, NKU campus, Highland Heights, 859-572-5148
Lost and Found: The Art of Collage
(through Sept. 24)
Awfly Mighty Sexy: Work by Donald Henry
(Sept. 30-Oct. 29)
BFA Senior Exhibitions (Nov. 11-19)

NVISION
4577 Hamilton Ave., Northside, 513-542-4577
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

OVER-THE-RHINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
111 E. Thirteenth St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-241-2690
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

PAC GALLERY
2540 Woodburn Ave., East Walnut Hills, 513-255-2899
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

PARK VINE
1109 Vine St., (Moving to 1202 Main St. Sept. 23) Over-the-Rhine, 513-721-7275
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

PENDLETON ART CENTER
1310 Pendleton St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-421-4339
This building houses eight floors of artist studios, open to the public on Final Fridays and “Second Look Saturdays”

PHYLLIS WESTON GALLERY
2005 1/2 Madison Road, Oakley, 513-321-5200
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

PRAIRIE GALLERY
4035 Hamilton Ave., Northside, 513-557-3819
Arthole's Realhot Toy Show
(through Sept. 18)
Bea Nettles (Opens Sept. 24)
Jeremy Johnson (Opens Oct. 8)

RAN GALLERY
3668 Erie Ave., Hyde Park, 513-871-5604
Anne Miotke (Opens Sept. 4)

REDTREE GALLERY
3210 Madison Road, Oakley, 513-321-8733
August Show (through Sept. 4)
2001 Sculpture Exhibition (Sept. 7-Oct. 2)

RoHo PHOTO GALLERY
209 Woodward, Loft G, Over-the-Rhine, 513-254-7646
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

ROW HOUSE GALLERY
211 Main St., Milford, 513-831-7230
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

SANDRA SMALL GALLERY
124 W. Pike St., Covington, 859-250-9055
Fragments of Architecture
(Sept. 10-Oct.8)
The Figure: Classicism and Expressionism
(Oct. 15-Nov. 12)

SEMANTICS GALLERY
1107 Harrison Ave., Brighton, 513-651-5460
Firmament (with sass)
(Sept. 4-25)

SHARONVILLE FINE ARTS CENTER
11165 Reading Road, Sharonville, 513-733-9600
Lineillism
(Sept. 24-Oct. 24)

STUDIO SAN GIUSEPPE ART GALLERY
College of Mount St. Joseph, 5701 Delhi Road, Delhi, 513-244-4314
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

SYNTHETICA GALLERY
2157 Central Ave., Brighton, 513-602-2574
Critical Source
(through Sept. 18)

THOMAS MORE COLLEGE
Eva G. Farris Art Gallery, 333 Thomas More Pkwy., Crestview Hills, 859-341-5800
I Started Something that I Couldn't Finish
(Sept. 3-26)

THUNDER-SKY, INC.
4573 Hamilton Ave., Northside, 513-861-4333
World Domination: Antonio Adams and Tony Dotson
(through Sept. 17)
The $50 Museum
(Sept. 25-Oct. 15)
Welcome to Lonely Mountain Community Center; New Works by Aaron Oliver Wood
(Oct. 29-Dec. 31)

UC CLERMONT COLLEGE
Park National Bank Art Gallery, 4200 Clermont College Drive, Batavia, 513-558-1215
Kenneth Gibson (Sept.

13-30)
Ben Clark and Ashley Shellhause (Oct. 6-29)
Bruno Zabaglio (Nov. 2-30)

UC DAAP
Philip M. Meyers Jr. Memorial Gallery, Steger Student Life Center, University of Cincinnati, 513-556-3088
Dorothy W. and C. Lawson Reed, Jr. Gallery, DAAP Complex, Fifth Floor, 513-556-2839
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

UPSTAIRS AT THE GREENWICH
2442 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills, 513-221-1151
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for exhibits)

U-TURN
2159 Central Ave., Brighton, u.turn.artspace@gmail.com
Polyphonic Improvisation
(Sept. 4-25)

V & V GALLERY
3841 Spring Grove Ave., Northside, 513-861-4333
Urban Express
(through Sept. 10)

WESTON ART GALLERY
650 Walnut St., Downtown, 513-977-4165
Wall-to-Wall
(Sept. 2-10)
Limits and Boundaries
; Ascending Horizons; Binding Connections (Sept. 17-Dec. 5)

XAVIER UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIES
1658 Herald Ave., Evanston, 513-745-3811
Art at the X
(through Sept. 24)

YORK ST. CAFÉ GALLERY
738 York St., Newport, 859-261-9675
Linda Tabler (opens Sept. 10)

YWCA WOMEN’S ART GALLERY
898 Walnut St., Downtown, 513-241-7090
Life is Delicious
(through Sept. 3)

Art Museums

CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM
953 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams, 513-721-ARTS
Cincinnati Collects America
; Big Country: Charley Harper Draws America; Walker Evans (through Sept. 5)
Vegas 360
(through Sept. 26)
Thomas Gainsborough and the Modern Woman
(Sept. 18-Jan. 2)
Wedded Perfection: Two Centuries of Wedding Gowns
(Oct. 9-Jan. 30)

CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER
Sixth and Walnut streets., Downtown, 513-721-0390
Ernesto Neto: Dancing Allowed
(through Oct. 24)
Stay Up! Cincinnati
(through Oct. 31)
Shinji Turner-Yamamoto: Disappearances
; Where Do We Go From Here? (Sept. 18-Jan. 30)

TAFT MUSEUM OF ART
316 Pike St., Downtown, 513-241-0343
Kristine Donnelly: Paperwork
(through Oct. 24)
American Elegance: Chintz Applique Quilts, 1780-1850
(through Nov. 7)
Antique Christmas at the Taft Museum of Art
(Nov. 5-Jan. 9)

Theater

BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICA
Aronoff Center for the Arts, Procter & Gamble Hall, 650 Walnut St., Downtown, 513-241-SHOW
South Pacific
(Sept. 21-Oct. 3)
Rock of Ages
(Oct. 26-Nov. 7)
Young Frankenstein
(Nov. 16-28)

CARNEGIE VISUAL PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, 859-957-1938
Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
(through Sept. 4.)

CHILDREN’S THEATRE OF CINCINNATI
Taft Theatre, 317 E. Fifth St., Downtown, 513-569-8080
How I Became a Pirate
(Oct. 15-23)

CHILDREN’S THEATRE OF MASON
Mason Community Center and High School Auditorium, Mason-Montgomery Road, Mason, 513-398-0116
The Tortoise vs. The Hare (Sept. 20-25)
Willy Wonka Jr.
(Oct. 15-17)
The Wizard of Oz
(Oct. 26-30)

CINCINNATI MUSIC THEATRE
Aronoff Center for the Arts, Jarson-Kaplan Theater, 650 Walnut St., 513-241-SHOW
The Music Man
(Nov. 12-20)

CINCINNATI PLAYHOUSE IN THE PARK
963 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams, 513-421-3888
High (Sept. 4-Oct. 2)
The Understudy
(Sept. 18-Oct. 17)
You Can't Take It With You
(Oct. 16-Nov. 13)
The Second City
(Nov. 6-Dec. 23)

CINCINNATI PLAYWRIGHTS INITIATIVE
Aronoff Center for the Arts, Fifth Third Bank Theater, 650 Walnut St., 513-621-2787
Freud on the Couch
; The Garden (Sept. 14)
Beat the Bear
; Brothers Keepers; Lift Veil Find Veil (Oct. 12)
Twisted Legacy
(Nov. 12)

CINCINNATI SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
719 Race St., Downtown, 513-381-BARD
Much Ado About Nothing
(Sept. 3-26)
Dracula
(Oct. 15-Nov. 7)
The Merry Wives of Windsor
(Nov. 26-Jan. 2)

COVEDALE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
4990 Glenway Ave., Covedale, 513-241-6550
Evita
(Sept. 30-Oct. 17)
Unnecessary Farce
(Oct. 28-Nov. 14)

THE DRAMA WORKSHOP
Westwood Town Hall, 3017 Harrison Ave., Westwood, 513-598-8303
On Golden Pond
(Sept. 24-Oct. 2)

ENSEMBLE THEATRE OF CINCINNATI
1127 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-421-3555
Collected Stories
(Sept. 8-26)
Thurgood
(Oct. 13-31)

FALCON THEATRE
Monmouth Theatre, 636 Monmouth St., Newport, 513-479-6783
A Wither's Tale
(through Sept. 26)
Tea at Five
(Oct. 13-Nov. 14)

THE FOOTLIGHTERS INC.
Stained Glass Theatre, 802 York St., Newport, 859-291-SING
The Full Monty
(Sept. 23-Oct. 9)

GREATER HAMILTON CIVIC THEATRE
Miami University Hamilton, Parrish Auditorium, 1601 University Blvd., Hamilton, 513-737-PLAY
The Pajama Game
(Oct. 7-10)

JERSEY PRODUCTIONS
Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center, 1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, 859-957-1940
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for shows)

KNOW THEATRE OF CINCINNATI
1120 Jackson St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-300-KNOW
Skin Tight
(Oct. 9-30)
A Wrinkle in Time
(Nov. 27-Dec. 26)

LEBANON THEATRE COMPANY
Top of the Shoe Theatre, 120 E. South St., Lebanon, 513 228-0932
Lebanon Legerdemain – Magic Show
(Sept. 11 and 18)
Everybody Loves Opal
(Oct. 8-17)
Lebanon Theatre Hauntings
(Oct. 30)

MAD ANTHONY THEATRE COMPANY
Fitton Center for Creative Arts, 101 S. Monument St., Hamilton, 513-863-8873
The Drawer Boy
(Sept. 15-19)

MARIEMONT PLAYERS
Walton Creek Theatre, Walton Creek and Muchmore roads, Mariemont, 513-684-1236
Once More, With Feeling
(Sept. 10-26)
Great Expectations
(Nov. 5-21)

MIAMI UNIVERSITY
Miami University campus, Center for Performing Arts, Oxford, 513-529-3200
Game On
(Oct. 6-10)
Art
(Nov. 18-Dec. 5)

MIDDLETOWN LYRIC THEATRE
Middletown Arts Center, 130 N. Verity Parkway, Middletown, 513-425-7140
The Children's Hour
(Sept. 23-25)
Visiting Mr. Green
(Nov. 11-13)

MONMOUTH THEATER
636 Monmouth St., Newport, www.nonverticalgirl.com
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for shows)

NEW EDGECLIFF THEATRE
3900 Eastern Ave., Columbia-Tusculum, www.newedgcliff.com
The Night of the Iguana
(Oct. 7-23)
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
(Oct. 30)

NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
NKU campus, Highland Heights, 859-572-5464
Robert and Rosemary Stauss Theatre
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for shows)

ROSENTHAL NEXT GENERATION THEATRE
Rosenthal Plaza, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, 936 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams, 513-421-3888
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for shows)

SCHOOL FOR CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS
1310 Sycamore St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-363-8100
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for shows)

SHOWBIZ PLAYERS
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, 50 E. Freedom Way, Downtown, 877-672-9965
Songs For a New World
(Oct. 15-24)

SHOWBOAT MAJESTIC
Public Landing below the Mehring Way entrance, Downtown, 513-241-6550
Thoroughly Modern Millie
(Sept. 8-26)

SUNSET PLAYERS
1945 Dunham Way, Price Hill, 513-662-7774
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for shows)

UC COLLEGE-CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Corbett Auditorium, Patricia Corbett Theater, UC campus, 513-556-4183
The Matchmaker
(Oct. 27-31)
Evita
(Nov. 17-21)

THE VILLAGE PLAYERS
Village Players Theater, Highland and Ft. Thomas avenues, Fort Thomas, 859-392-0500
Play On!
(Sept. 10-25)
Flemming
(Nov. 5-20)

XAVIER PLAYERS
Gallagher Center, XU campus, Evanston, 513-745-3939
Ragtime
(Oct. 21-24)
Tales of Flight with the Brothers Wright
(Nov. 6-7)
Spooky Dog & The Teenage Mystery Gang Series
(Nov. 18-21)

Classical Music

CARNEGIE VISUAL PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, 859-957-1938
“A Conundrum Halloween” (Oct. 28)

CATACOUSTIC CONSORT
Various venues, 513-772-324
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

CHAMBER MUSIC CINCINNATI
College-Conservatory of Music, Corbett Auditorium, UC campus, 513-522-2652
Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet (Oct. 5)
Tri con Brio Copenhagen (Oct. 26)

CINCINNATI CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Memorial Hall, 1225 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-744-3344
“Fall 1: Affairs of the Heart I: Anne-Marie McDermott” (Oct.10)
“Fall 2: Affairs of the Heart II” (Nov. 13)

CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM
953 Eden Park Drive, Mt. Adams, 513-721-ARTS
“ChamberPalooza” (Sept. 11)

CINCINNATI CAMERATA
Various venues, 513-281-5945 and 859-491-2362
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

CINCINNATI METROPOLITAN ORCHESTRA
Seton Performance Hall, 3901 Glenway Ave., Price Hill, 513-941-8956
Rule Brittania
(Nov. 7)

CINCINNATI POPS ORCHESTRA
Music Hall, 1241 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-381-3300
Indina Menzel (Sept. 24-26)
“Haunted Hall” (Oct. 29-30)
“The Music of John Denver” (Nov. 4)

CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Music Hall, 1243 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-381-3300
Kathleen Battle (Sept. 30 & Oct. 2)
“Immortal Beloved” (Oct. 8)
“The Heart of Hungary” (Oct. 15-16)
Beethoven’s Emperor (Nov. 5-6)
Mozart Festival: “Wolfgang!” (Nov. 12-13)
Mozart Festival: “Amadeus!” (Nov. 18-21)

KENTUCKY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Assorted venues, 859-431-6216
“Cirque Devou” (Sept. 4)

LINTON CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES
First Unitarian Church, 536 Linton Ave., Avondale, 513-381-6868
Haydn, Ellen Taaffee Zwilich and Schumann (Oct. 17-18)
Martinu, Schulhoff and Brahms (Nov. 14-15)

MERCANTILE LIBRARY
414 Walnut St., Downtown, 513-621-0717
“Noon Music”: Kathy Wade (Sept. 3)
“Noon Music”: Cliff Adams (Oct. 1)
“Noon Music”: Nancy James (Nov. 5)

MIAMI UNIVERSITY
501 E. High St., Oxford, Various campus stages, 513-529-3200
Arnaldo Cohen (Nov. 30)

NORTHERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
Greaves Concert Hall, NKU campus, Highland Heights, 859-572-5464
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

SAINT PETER IN CHAINS CATHEDRAL
325 W. Eighth St., Downtown, 513-421-2222
Stile Antico (Oct. 11)
“Advent Lessons and Carols” (Nov. 28)

UC COLLEGE-CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Various venues, UC campus, 513-556-4183
CCM Faculty Artist Series: Anderson (Sept. 30)
CCM Faculty Artist Series: Pridonoffs (Oct. 4)
CCM Guest Artist Series: Tornado Duo (Oct. 6)
CCM Philharmonia (Oct. 8)
Jazz at CCM: Faculty Jazztet (Oct. 10)
CCM Faculty Artist Series: Lefebvre (Oct. 11)
CCM Guest Artist Series: Catacoustic (Oct. 13)
CCM Orchestra Series: Concert Orchestra (Oct. 15)
Starling Series: Showcase (Oct. 16)
Chamber Music Singer: Players (Oct. 17)
CCM Jazz Series: Ensemble/Lab Band (Oct. 17)
CCM Brass Choir (Oct. 18)
CCM Faculty Artist Series: Pridonoff (Oct. 18)
Eminent Scholar Series: Ying Quartet (Oct. 19)
CCM Wind Series: Wind Symphony (Oct. 20)
CCM Choral Series (Oct 26)

XAVIER UNIVERSITY
Gallagher Student Center, XU campus, Evanston, 513-745-3161
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

Vocal Music

ATHENAEUM CHORALE
6616 Beechmont Ave., Mount Washington, 513-231-2223, www.mtsm.org
Vespers (Oct. 3 and Nov. 7)

CARNEGIE VISUAL PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, 859-957-1938
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

CINCINNATI MEN’S CHORUS
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Harriet Tubman Theater, 50 E. Freedom Way. Downtown, 513-542-2626
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

CINCINNATI MAY FESTIVAL CHORUS
Music Hall, 1243 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-381-3300
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

CINCINNATI SOUND CHORUS
Varied venues, 513-554-2648, www.cincinnatisound.org
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

MUSE CINCINNATI WOMEN’S CHOIR
Assorted venues, www.musechoir.org
“She Screams in Silence – Domestic Violence Vigil” (Oct. 26)
CD Release Concert (Nov. 12-14)

OCTOBER FESTIVAL CHOIR
Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church, 103 William Howard Taft, 859-394-4439
Fall Performance (Oct. 10)

UC COLLEGE-CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Various venues, UC campus, 513-556-4183
Elmer Thomas' 80th Birthday Concert (Oct. 24)
UC Choruses Fall Concert (Nov. 9)

VOCAL ARTS ENSEMBLE
Various venues, 513-559-0000
Cantos Sagrados (Nov. 6)

Dance

BALLET TECH CINCINNATI
Aronoff Center for the Arts, Jarson-Kaplan Theater, 650 Walnut St., Downtown, 513-841-2822
Twinight
(Oct. 15-16)

CINCINNATI BALLET
Various venues, 513-621-5282
New Works
(Sept. 9-19)
The Sleeping Beauty
(Oct. 22-24)

CONTEMPORARY DANCE THEATER
Aronoff Center for the Arts, Jarson-Kaplan Theater, 650 Walnut St., Downtown, 513-241-SHOW
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

EXHALE DANCE TRIBE
2230 Gilbert Ave., Clifton, 513-505-6340
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

SCHOOL FOR CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS
1310 Sycamore St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-363-8100
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

UC COLLEGE-CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Patricia Corbett Theater, UC campus, 513-556-4183
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

Mixed Media

ARONOFF CENTER
650 Walnut St., Downtown, www.cincinnatiarts.org
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

COVEDALE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS SATURDAY MORNING CHILDREN’S SERIES
4990 Glenway Ave., 513-241-6550
“Amazing Portable Circus” (Oct. 9)

MADCAP PRODUCTIONS
Covedale Center for the Performing Arts, 4990 Glenway Ave., Western Hills, 513-241-6550
Anne Oakley’s Wild West Tale
(Sept. 3)

MUSIC HALL
1241 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, 513-621-2787, www.cincinnatiarts.org
TBA (Check weekly CityBeat listings for performances)

RAYMOND WALTERS COLLEGE
UC Raymond Walters College, Muntz Hall Theatre, 9555 Plainfield Road, Blue Ash, 513-745-5705
ARTrageous Saturdays: Circus Mojo (Oct. 23)
ARTrageous Saturdays: Peter and the Wolf & The Frog Prince (Nov. 20)

SHADOWBOX CABARET
Newport on the Levee, Newport, 859-581-7625
“Best of Shadowbox” (through Sept. 4)
“The Lunchbox” (ongoing)

US BANK ARENA
100 Broadway, Downtown, 513-421-4111
Disney on Ice Presents Princess Classics
(Oct. 7-10)
Disney Live! Presents Mickey’s Magic Show
(Nov. 4)

Events

BOOKS BY THE BANKS
Duke Energy Convention Center, 525 Elm St., Downtown, 513-419-7300
A day of regional/local authors reading, signing and discussing books (Oct. 2)

FINAL FRIDAY GALLERY WALK
North Main Street/Pendleton Art Center, Over-the-Rhine, 513-621-4700
Meet an artist or two, have a drink and stroll the galleries/shops along Main Street. (Sept. 24, Oct. 29, Nov. 26)

FRESHART 2009
Behringer Crawford Museum,1600 Montague Road, Covington, 859-491-4003
Artists gather to create fresh art in Devou Park (Sept. 18)

HYDE PARK ART SHOW
Hyde Park Square, Edwards Road and Erie avenues, 513-353-2045
One-day show featuring more than 200 local artists (Oct. 3)

LOVELAND ART SHOW
Nisbet Park, Railroad Avenue, Loveland, 513-683-1696
Juried fine art show with more than 80 Tristate artists (Sept. 12)

MASON ARTS FESTIVAL
Mason Municipal Center, 6000 Mason-Montgomery Road, 513-573-0007
The event will include 120 plus artists showcasing painting, sculpture, glass, wood, jewelry, ceramics and more in outside booths (Sept. 19)

MIDPOINT MUSIC FESTIVAL
Various venues, www.mpmf.com
Three days of local, regional, national and international music acts (Sept. 23-25)

NORTHERN KENTUCKY FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY HOP
Various venues, 859-292-2322
These monthly gallery walks run throughout Newport, Bellevue and Covington’s MainStrasse Village (Sept. 3, Oct. 1, Nov. 5)

OAKLEY AFTER HOURS
Oakley, along Madison Avenue, between Crossroads and Arby’s
Oakley businesses are open until 9 p.m. for shopping, music and arts (Sept. 24)

PATRICIA CORBETT VINTAGE DESIGNER FASHION SHOW
Weston Art Gallery, Aronoff Center for the Arts, 650 Walnut St.
Pay tribute to Cincinnati arts patron Patricia Corbett and see and purchase 50 vintage outfits from her personal collection (Sept. 3)

PLAY ME, I'M YOURS
Various venues, www.streetpianos.com/cincinnati2010
Artist Luke Jerram’s international tour brings painted pianos to public parks, streets and squares for all to play and enjoy.

SECOND SUNDAY ON MAIN
Main Street, Over-the-Rhine, 513-241-2690
A monthly street festival with different themes, music, food and beer. This time the theme is eco-OTR (Sept. 12)

STREETSCAPES
Telford St. at Ludlow Ave., Clifton.
The Gaslight District's Telford Street transforms into canvas for artists as they recreate masterpieces in chalk-paint right on the asphalt (Sept. 18-19)

 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
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