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Cincinnati Chamber Opera's Inaugural Production — Handel's Acis & Galatea

Emmi MacIntyre
8 p.m., Friday March 01 | $11-$13.

 Cincinnati Chamber Opera, a company recently founded by CCM alumni Shawn Mlynek and Autumn West, mounts its inaugural production of “Acis and Galatea.” The work will feature 5 principle artists with a small ensemble and a chamber orchestra lead by Maestro Michael Wheatley. “Acis and Galatea” will be performed in English, and has been fully staged by director Sarah Hutchings.



Where: Immanuel United Church of Christ
Phone: 513-641-1418
Address: 210 Jefferson Ave.
Website: cincinnatichamberopera.eventbrite.com/#

Immanuel United Church of Christ

210 Jefferson Ave.
Saint Bernard, Ohio
45217
 
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