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MidPoint Goes to School

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 18, 2011
The deadline for submissions from artists interested in performing at the 2011 MidPoint Music Festival recently came and went. Performers for this fall's 10th anniversary MPMF are being decided by the judging panel and touring headliners are being booked as you read this, so expect the flow of MidPoint information to increase over the next few weeks, with showcasing acts being announced, as well as other details and wrinkles to this year's event. One announcement is that the new School for Creative & Performing Arts will serve as a venue for the first time this fall.  

SCPA Partners With MPMF As 2011 Venue

Vitamin Water to sponsor all-ages programming

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 18, 2011
The School for Creative & Performing Arts will host 2011 MidPoint Music Festival showcases in its theaters Sept. 22-24. The new partnership with SCPA, which opened the Erich Kunzel Center for Arts and Education last September, expands and reinforces MidPoint's presence in Over-the-Rhine.  

Walking on A.I.R.

Violist ecstatic over being named Taft’s Duncanson Artist-in-Residence

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 27, 2010
As it stands now, there is barely any free time in the schedule of violist Nokuthula Ngwenyama. The married mother of two is a world-class instrumentalist and teacher with a constantly full slate of concert appearances and recording sessions, and the juggling necessary to balance it all could be considered just another of her many skills.  

SCPA and Lakota Schools

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 25, 2010
On Aug. 18, after three years of construction, Cincinnati’s School for Creative & Performing Arts (SCPA) welcomed 1,400 students to its new $72 million building. The first public K-12 performing arts school in the nation, the new SPCA was designed to accommodate the unique needs of its creative students.  

A Dose of Reality

SCPA students prepare for a taste of 'Fame' on MTV's 'Taking the Stage'

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 18, 2009
The 10-episode series introduces us to "five talented seniors on the cusp of greatness" (actually one of them is a junior). The first episode opens with a visual montage of Cincinnati, showing viewers that we're a sizable Midwestern city with an urban core. There's a panoramic scan of the skyline, a hyper-saturated shot of the Roebling Bridge and students in an urban-looking area walking into a school.  

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