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Helen Welch

Belinda Cai
8 p.m., Saturday October 26 | $15 members. $20 nonmembers.

Helen is a critically acclaimed vocalist whose live performances explore a diverse range of musical compositions ranging from the 1930s to modern day, including music of Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Elton John, and etc. The audience will be enchanted by Helen's sophisticated vocals and on-stage humor.



Where: Fitton Center for Creative Arts
Phone: 513-863-8873
Address: 101 S. Monument Ave.
Website: www.fittoncenter.org

Fitton Center for Creative Arts

101 S. Monument Ave.
Hamilton, Ohio
45011
 
The canvas is open to your imagination at the Fitton Center for Creative Arts. Take your pick from a wide variety of programs designed to inspire the artist, musician or performer in you. There's something for everyone, from our awe-inspiring art exhibits to delightful performances and informative luncheons. Plus, discover your creative side with an abundant offering of classes, workshops or private lessons. Art galleries feature continually changing exhibitions in an informal, family-friendly atmosphere. Admission is free and openings include hors d’oeuvres buffets, with wine and beer.
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