Music in November to keep us warm

November in the greater Cincinnati area can already feel like winter has arrived. But whether or not it’s cold outside, the music inside the concert halls of our city will warm us up. Here’s a list in chronological order of some of our favorites coming up…

cc m.png Friday 1 at CCM at 7:30 pm Mark Gibson leads both the Philharmonia Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra still in time for Halloween in a spooky program that includes Liszt’s Dance of Death. Tkts: 513 556 4183

jason Saturday 9 at 7:30 pm at Kentucky University’s Carlisle Performing Arts Center guitarist Jason Vieaux solos with the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra in Joaquin Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez in a program that also includes a new work by Allan Petterssohn and Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony. Tkts: 859 431 6216

la bohemeFriday 15 at 8pm and again on Sunday 17 at 3 pm at Dayton’s Schuster Center the Dayton Opera brings to its stage Puccini’s La boheme. Tkts: 888 238 3630

thQCLB837N Sunday 17 at 3 pm in Memorial Hall, Matinee Musical Cincinnati continues its 107th season with the Dover String Quartet in concert. Tkts: 513 977 8838

thOHRWW8YB.jpg Thursday 21 through Sunday 24 at CCM guest artists Audrey Chait (staging) and Levi Hammer (conductor) inject new life into Bedřich Smetana’s comic opera The Bartered Bride. Tkts: 513 556 4183

lisa Saturday 30 at 8 pm at Music Hall Lisa de la Salle joins the CSO with James Conlon conducting to play Schumann’s piano concerto, preceded by Wagner’s overture to Die Meistersinger and followed by Tchaikovsky’s Winter Daydreams Symphony.

Rafael de Acha