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Onstage: Mandy Patinkin

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 17, 2013
The human hurricane known as Mandy Patinkin sets down this weekend for three concerts with the Cincinnati Pops, his first appearance with the Pops since 1991. The protean star of stage (Evita, Sunday   

Onstage: Lawrence Brownlee

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 9, 2013
After winning the Metropolitan National Auditions in 2001, naysayers warned Lawrence Brownlee that he’d never have a career because of his short stature and his race. Three years later, the sti  

A City That Sings

The Cincinnati Men's Chorus boasts a fun concert, serious chops and a GLBT-supportive mission

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Take a chance on the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus this week — they’re presenting ExtrABBAganza, a show devoted to the campy ’70s and early ’80s classics of Swedish Pop group ABBA.  

Onstage: A Common Thread by Catacoustic Consort and concert:nova

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 13, 2013
William Shakespeare’s drama and poetry resonate far beyond the theater.   

Play On

Catacoustic Consort, concert:nova and Cincinnati Shakespeare Company collaborate on a Bard-inspired performance

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 12, 2013
William Shakespeare’s drama and poetry resonate far beyond the theater. Music plays a vital role in his plays and his works continue to inspire compositions in all genres of music, from song to symphony to sampling.

Epic Theater

CCM takes on Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's acclaimed dark comedy

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Premiered in Berlin in 1928, The Threepenny Opera is an iconic work, the creation of composer Kurt Weill and poet/dramatist Bertolt Brecht, and opens a two-weekend run at CCM as part of its Kurt Weill festival, sponsored by the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, Inc.  

Music: Catacoustic Consort

1 Comments · Tuesday, January 29, 2013
 Matthias Maute has been dubbed “the wild man of the recorder,” but in this case, the recorder is not a digital device — it’s the flute’s predecessor in a variety of ranges. Maute t  

Music: CCM Goes to the Movies with Randy Edelman

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The Oscars are a month away, but you can get in the mood at CCM when distinguished alum Randy Edelman takes the podium to conduct his best-known film scores featuring CCM’s Philharmonia Orches  

Music: Hebrew Union College Holocaust Rememberance Concert

0 Comments · Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The Nazis nearly succeeded in obliterating what they deemed “degenerate” art and music, but over the past decade many works have been retrieved from the ashes. Hebrew Union College’s Concert  

Music: CSO New Year's Celebration

0 Comments · Thursday, December 27, 2012
The CSO’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration has a pronounced French accent, beginning with a concert in Music Hall featuring “La Vie en Rose,” music from Gigi, La Bohème and possibly the