JANUARY SAMPLER PREVIEW
FRIDAY 5, 8 PM – CLIMB
Mam-Luft&Co.Dance is on a steady climb, just having won a grant from The National Endowment for the Arts. Not your grandfather’s dance group, this Modern Dance ensemble always surprises with its athletic choreography and its inventiveness. See if you agree by taking in their upcoming premiere of a new work at the Aronoff that celebrates what to be an immigrant in today’s America is all about.
Tickets at mamluftcodance.org
SATURDAY 6, 8 PM and SUNDAY 7, 2 PM – CSO
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s 123-year history is celebrated with music from some of its past seasons: Bach’s Sleepers Awake, Eugene Goosens’ Symphony No. 2, and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3. Sir Andrew Davis leads the orchestra, with Garrick Ohlsson as soloist.
Tickets are available at cincinatisymphony.org OR by phone at 513 381 3300.
FRIDAY 19, ALL EVENING MOVEABLE FEAST at CCM
UC’s College-Conservatory of Music presents a brace of sample performances by its “stars of tomorrow” in several of its performance spaces. Jazz, musical theatre, piano, opera, acting, dance, choral music and orchestral music are among the offerings. Your ticket will help the school continue to support the hopes and dreams of its students through student travel funds and scholarships. Call 513 556 6638.
FRIDAY 26, 7:30 PM – JAMIE BARTON IN RECITAL
MET Opera star Jamie Barton is in Cincinnati, thanks to Matinee Musicale, which is setting a new precedent, now in its 105th season by presenting one of its concerts in the evening in its new home at Memorial Hall. Ms. Barton will be singing a varied program with an emphasis on American Art Song. Tickets at (513) 977-8838
Rafael de Acha for http://www.RafaelMusicNotes.com All About the Arts December 29, 2017