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Kim Heindel and Alan Siebert

Emmi MacIntyre
5 p.m., Sunday April 21
Kim Heindel, concert organist, Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, and Alan Siebert, professor of trumpet, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, will perform in a downtown Cincinnati. The concert is part of a series offered by the cathedral on third Sundays, October through May. The Cincinnati chapter of the American Guild of Organists is a co-sponsor.

Where: Christ Church Cathedral
Phone: 513.621.1817
Address: 318 East Fourth Street
Website: www.christchurchcincinnati.org/music/organrecitals

Christ Church Cathedral

318 East Fourth Street
Cincinnati, Ohio
45219
 
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