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**We've just been informed that the Yale Spizzwinks(?) have postponed their Cincinnati concert until May due to current health concerns. Once the new date is confirmed, we'll post that information here.**

The Yale Spizzwinks(?), the country's oldest all-male underclassman a capella group, will be in Cincinnati on Monday, March 16 for a concert at OTR's First Lutheran Church. Anne Arenstein learns more about this group, their unusual name, and what listeners will enjoy during their upcoming concert in this conversation with Music Director John Paciga, and Athens, Ohio native Derek DeMel.

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Downtown Cincinnati's Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains will come alive with the a capella magic of England's The King Singers on February 19. A choral institution, having performed for half-a-century and on six continents, Jonathan Howard, bass singer from the group, is on the phone with Elaine Diehl to talk about the group and their music.

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The local choral music group known as Cincinnati Camerata is putting the finishing touches on their annual Marian Concert, presenting sacred works in sacred spaces. Their artistic director, Trevor Kroeger, joins our Suzanne Bona to preview Cincinnati Camerata's two "Mystical Rose" concerts.

SummerSing Wants You To Join In The Choral Celebration

Jun 7, 2019
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If you like to sing but have never had the opportunity to join a choral celebration with a real live orchestra, Collegium Cincinnati has your chance. Anne Arenstein is joined by Christopher Eanes in the studio and Megan Boyd on the phone to find out more about being a part of July's SummerSing at beautiful Christ Church Cathedral.

Danielle Cozart Steele
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Until a few years ago there was little to no research on transgender singing voice issues or tools for choral instructors to help their trans and non-binary students. A lot has changed in two years since Earlham College Adjunct Instructor Danielle Cozart Steele founded a conference to encourage research and assistance.

Cincinnati's Vocal Arts Ensemble will present its traditional Candlelit Christmas concert at Memorial Hall on December 15 and 16. 

Trevor Kroeger is the new musical director for Cincinnati Camerata community chorus, and he's preparing the singers for their holiday sacred music concerts on December 1 and 2. 

Cincinnati's women's choir MUSE is preparing for its next concert, She Don't Stop, happening November 17 at Memorial Hall

Bayard Rustin was a leading strategist during America's civil rights movement and his life and work will be celebrated in an upcoming series of choral concerts, panel discussions, and more. 

There's a wonderful opportunity for singers of all ages and skill levels to raise their voices with Collegium Cincinnati starting July 19. 

Happy Together - The Next Concert From Fluidity

Apr 20, 2018

Coming April 29: Cincinnati's newest community choir, Fluidity, presents its next concert, Happy Together, at The Redmoor in Mt. Lookout.

The music of the British Isles will be celebrated by the chorus of Cincinnati Camerata at a concert on April 29 at the Irish Heritage Center on Cincinnati's east end. 

Cincinnati Camerata, a local choral collective of 30 accomplished voices, will celebrate the holidays with their Mary Echoes concert on December 9 and 10. 

For more than 60 years, the Southern Gateway Chorus has brought barbershop-style choral music to our region. 

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Musicians from around the country are in Cincinnati this week for the National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM) 40th annual conference. More than 2,000 people are expected to attend master classes, clinics, lectures, and musical performances.

Jazz, gospel and singers from a dozen African American church choirs raising their voices are all part of the upcoming Cincinnati Contemporary Jazz Orchestra concert called Come Together

To kick off Cincinnati's Pride Week, the Cincinnati Men's Chorus will present two concerts at the School for Creative and Performing Arts on June 17 and 18 featuring predominantly African-American composers, performers and arrangers. 

SummerSing is the participatory choral festival created and organized by Collegium Cincinnati and it's happening July 23-29 at Christ Church Cathedral downtown. 

Cincinnati's newest choral group, Fluidity, is using its June 10 concert to raise awareness of the importance of clean, drinkable water, plus raising money for a local clean water effort. 

The next concert from the Cincinnati Men's Chorus will feature a collection of some of pop music's greatest one hit wonders. 

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