Auditions for Cincinnati Opera’s 2015 Summer Festival Chorus will be held at the Corbett Opera Center in Music Hall, 1243 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio on October 30 & 31 and November 1 & 2.
Audition times must be scheduled in advance. Interested persons may schedule an audition by contacting Lauren Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org. Audition times will be assigned beginning October 6, 2014.
Email requests for an audition should include the following:
- Voice type
- Phone number
- Availability on audition dates (October 30 & 31 and November 1 & 2)
- Resume detailing performance experience
- Headshots appreciated but not required
Singers should prepare two (2) contrasting arias in the original languages. An accompanist will be provided. Read more
Don your kilt and join us for three days of mirth and magic at the 2014 Cincinnati Celtic Festival in Washington Park! Produced by 3CDC and the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, the celebration runs from September 5 – September 7, and offers patrons an opportunity to savor plenty of traditional Celtic food, art, music and merchandise. Festivities begin Friday, September 5, at 6:00pm with music from Whiskey of the Damned, followed by Enter the Haggis.
Can’t make it Friday? Join us at noon on Saturday, September 6, for even more music and revelry, beginning with an official opening ceremony featuring the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. The fun continues through Sunday, September 7, culminating with one final performance from Enter the Haggis. See below for a full entertainment schedule. Read more
Christian Lee Hutson
Christian Lee Hutson, The Saudades, Ruby The Rabbitfoot
Southgate House Revival, 111 E 6th St, Newport, KY
8pm, $5, 18+, Buy Tickets
To call Christian Lee Hutson an old soul would be to deny the vibrancy of his sound. Hutson’s songs have been championed by LA Record as “sparse and graceful” and by Folkadelphia as “(Having) the feel of having been scrawled on whiskey-stained napkins while the house country band plays us into the lonesome night. A mass for the brokenhearted.” Hutson’s work – while rooted in country tradition – vibrates with a youthful energy, as if a drunk and sedentary George Jones was being channeled through a drunk and animated Conor Oberst. Read more
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra
Presented by PNC
John Morris Russell, conductor
Cincinnati Music Hall
8 p.m. Friday, September 5, 8 p.m. Saturday, September 6
, 2 p.m. Sunday, September 7
Tickets start at $25 and are available by calling: (513) 381-3300 or visiting, www.cincinnatipops.org
Kids’ tickets are just $10 for all three performances.
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra will begin the 2014-2015 season at Music Hall with the family-friendly Disney Fantasia Live in Concert on Friday, September 5 and Saturday, September 6 at 8 pm and Sunday, September 7 at 2 pm. Conductor John Morris Russell will usher the Pops 2014-2015 season with the timeless music of Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy, the Suite from The Nutcracker and selections from Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 &6. During the performance, footage from Fantasia and Fantasia 2000 will be displayed in high definition above the stage.
Accompanying the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, pianist Michael Chertock will be performing George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. Read more
The Wood Brothers
The Wood Brothers
20th Century Theater, 3021 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH
8pm show, $20 adv, $22 dos, Buy Tickets
The Wood Brothers are back on the road this September and October. The three week run will focus heavily on shows in the Southeast and Midwest in a number of cities yet to be visited since the release of their critically acclaimed, Buddy Miller-produced album, The Muse. On Monday, September 29, they’ll stop in Cincinnati, OH to play The 20th Century Theater.
A three-piece unit comprised of brothers Oliver and Chris Wood along with multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix, The Wood Brothers sound is an amalgam of vintage roots music, drawing equal inspiration from blues, folk, gospel and jazz. Their earthy Americana-based sound is adorned by the brothers’ high and lonesome harmonies, stinging slide guitar lines and floor-stomping rhythms, but at the foundation is exquisite songwriting. Read more
Over The Rhine
Taft Theatre, 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH
7pm doors, 8pm show, Buy Tickets
The highly acclaimed musical duo Over The Rhine will release Blood Oranges In The Snow, a collection of new holiday-inspired songs, on November 4th via their own Great Speckled Dog label. Blood Oranges In The Snow reveals a genre which Over The Rhine has cleverly coined “Reality Christmas Music”. The collection of songs reflects the many emotions experienced during the holidaze…nostalgia, joy and love, of course – but also profound sadness and loss. Read more
San Fermin, last seen in Cincinnati during a sold-out show at the MidPoint Music Festival, returns to the historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood for a performance at the Woodward Theater on Wednesday, November 12. The Woodward is located at 1404 Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
General admission tickets, $15 ADV & $17 DOS (plus applicable fees), are on sale now at http://www.cincyticket.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=2228 and at all CincyTicket outlets. All shows at the Woodward are age-restricted to 21-and-up unless otherwise noted.
San Fermin is the work of Brooklyn composer and songwriter Ellis Ludwig-Leone. His self-titled debut album is strongly influenced by his unique background in classical music, which includes a job assisting composer/arranger Nico Muhly. Read more
Photo Jaclyn Campanaro
Desert Noises, The Wild Feathers, The Apache Relay
20th Century Theater, 3021 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH
8pm show, $15 adv, $17 dos, Buy Tickets
Utah-based rock band Desert Noises has announced an extensive fall tour in support of their acclaimed label debut 27 Ways (SQE Music). The band has added a string of dates starting on October 15 that put them on the road with The Wild Feathers and The Apache Relay for a month. Desert Noises have been making a name for themselves with their brand of infectious rock combined with commanding and captivating live shows. Read more
Over the Rhine
The DBL Law presents OTR Performs Series might be coming to a close for 2014, but it will do so in a flourish, with the return of the critically-acclaimed band Over the Rhine to Washington Park. Join us this Sunday, August 24, for a free performance from the famed husband–and-wife duo, Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler. The group previously performed in the park in August 2012, as part of a special community celebration surrounding the reopening of Washington Park. Bergquist and Detweiler have since released a new album, titled Meet Me At The Edge of the World, and are now touring extensively throughout North America. Read more
The Fauntleroys (L-R): Nicholas Tremulis, Alejandro Escovedo, Ivan Julian, Linda Pitmon
Taft Theatre (Ballroom), 317 E 5th St, Cincinnati, OH
Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, $17 adv, $20 dos, Buy Tickets
When the Fauntleroys made their third-ever live appearance in March during Alejandro Escovedo’s annual South by Southwest closing benefit at Austin’s Continental Club, he joked, “It might be the last time you ever see us. Take a good look!”
But longtime pals Escovedo (on bass!), guitarist Ivan Julian, Chicago-based raconteur Nicholas Tremulis and offbeat (but never off beat) drummer Linda Pitmon, having just announced plans to release their EP Below the Pink Pony, were already plotting a quick gallop around the country. With the Plowboy Records EP slated to hit ears on September 16, 2014, the gang behind this rocking horse is lined up at the starting gate for anOctober 3-11 run with stops in Ohio, Tennessee, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New York and Washington, D.C. (See tour dates below.) Read more