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Chamber Music Cincinnati is kicking off its new season by presenting an evening with the Emerson String Quartet at Memorial Hall on Monday, October 21. To talk about this concert and more of what the organization has coming this season, Andy Ellis speaks with past president and current board member of Chamber Music Cincinnati, James Englert.

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On Sunday, June 23, there will be a gathering of some of Cincinnati's finest musicians, performing in support of adult literacy. Reach for the Stars is a fundraising concert for the Literacy Council of Clermont and Brown Counties, organized by Suzanne Bona, host of public radio's Sunday Baroque. Brian O'Donnell learns more about the line-up of performers and the mission of the Literacy Council in this conversation with Suzanne.

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Cincinnati Public Radio is searching for a full-time WGUC-FM classical music host with "a passion for and curiosity about music and natural storytelling abilities."

The Queen City Chamber Orchestra will present a free concert, Ghostly Mozart, Saturday, October 27th at 8pm at Philippus United Church of Christ, 106 W. McMicken.  It's a perfect concert for the Halloween weekend featuring Mozart's Symphony 25, arrangements of "Funeral March for a Marionette" and "Pavane for a Dead Princess," and the Vivaldi Concerto for Four Violins.

One of the most anticipated local music festivals of the year is Summermusik from the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra

The First CD From The Ariel Quartet

May 25, 2018

The Ariel Quartet is the professional string quartet in residence at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music

The duo known as Black Violin are classically trained musicians Wil B. and Kev Marcus who blend a wide variety of genres into a purely unique sound. 

Starting its 105th season, Cincinnati's Matinee Musicale presents intimate recitals by some of classical music's finest musicians and performers. 

The new musical director of the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra is in final preparations for this year's SUMMERMUSIK festival. 

Suzanne Bona, host of the nationally broadcast Sunday Baroque (heard on sister station 90.9 WGUC) is a passionate advocate for literacy and has gathered together friends and classical music performers for a concert benefiting The Literacy Council of Clermont and Brown Counties

A new collaboration between classical music presenter concert:nova and Activities Beyond the Classroom, which helps fund music lessons for students, is being supported by the local Benjamin Carlson-Berne Scholarship Fund

Rehearsals are now underway for the one and only yearly performance by the October Festival Choir, happening October 2 at 4pm at Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church

The new season from Cincinnati's early music chamber ensemble Catacoustic Consort begins on September 17. 

Wright State University trumpet professor Dan Zehringer has released his first classical solo album, Journeymen's Songs

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Imagine starting off your day listening to classical music and developing the ability to practice mindfulness.– That'’s what students and teachers at Academy of World Languages get to experience through Mindful Music Moments.

This year’s Linton Chamber Music Series kicks off on January 24 with the start of their celebration of Johannes Brahms.

School House Symphony Takes Music Into Schools

Jan 1, 2016

For 40 years, School House Symphony has been taking talented musicians into local schools to introduce students to classical music and musical instruments.

The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra is changing up its performance calendar this year by presenting a summer festival of three unique concert series under the title SUMMERMUSIK.

With a move to spring this year, the Constella Festival of Music & Fine Arts is ready to kick off its fourth year with a schedule of special guests and unique performances. Joining our Brian O’Donnell is Constella’s founder and artistic director, Tatiana Berman.

  This weekend, the Cincinnati Pops is joins forces with Cirque Mechanics to create amazing performances that combine popular classics with spectacular acrobatics. Here to give us an idea of what’'s in store for Music Hall audiences, and what goes into melding the music and the mechanics into each performance, are Sam Strater, Cincinnati Pops director of artistic administration; and Chris Lashua, founder and artistic director of Cirque Mechanics.

Performances are March 27, 28 and 29, for more details and ticket information click here.

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