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April 2014
FREE, but reservations are required.

World Voice Day

April 19 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Corbett Opera Center | Music Hall,
1243 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 United States
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In recognition of the 2014 World Voice Day, Cincinnati Opera and UC Health are pleased to present “A Mind & Body Approach to the Voice,” featuring presentations by vocal health experts, doctors, and opera professionals. FREE, but reservations are required. To reserve, contact Angie Keith by April 16 at (513) 475-8255 or email angie.keith@uchealth.com.

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Bullfighting and Bravos: Bizet’s Carmen

April 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Clifton Cultural Arts Center,
3711 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45220 United States
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Cincinnati Opera invites you to learn about one of the most popular stage works in the world—Bizet’s Carmen. With its bounty of well-known melodies, vivid characterizations, and a glimpse of life in 19th-century Seville, Carmen is one of opera’s true blockbusters. Cincinnati Opera Managing Director Chris Milligan shares the story of how Carmen came to be, why it continues to enchant today, and what will make Cincinnati Opera’s production this summer a must-see. Free, but reservations are required. To reserve,…

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Ticket prices start at $12. To order, call the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Box Office at (513) 381-3300.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra presents Barber and Bernstein

April 25 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cincinnati Music Hall,
1241 Elm Street, Cincinnati, 45202 United States
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Conductor David Robertson leads an all-American program with Bernstein’s dynamic, jazz-influenced dance episodes from On the Town, Barber’s poignant Adagio for Strings, and Bernstein’s Age of Anxiety, a masterful rendering for orchestra and piano (played by Orli Shaham) of W.H. Auden’s epic poem about four lonely wartime strangers who spend an evening in a New York bar pondering the human condition. Sponsored by Macy’s, KMK Law, and Fifth Third Bank. This program is presented as part of “Cincinnati Remembers WWI,”…

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The Met Live in HD Così Fan Tutte

April 26 @ 12:55 pm - 5:00 pm

Music Director James Levine conducts Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. The cast is filled with youthful Met stars: Susanna Phillips and Isabel Leonard are the sisters Fiordiligi and Dorabella, Matthew Polenzani and Rodion Pogossov are their lovers, with Danielle de Niese as the scheming Despina. Click here for select area locations.

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Ticket prices start at $12. To order, call the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Box Office at (513) 381-3300.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra presents Barber and Bernstein

April 26 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Cincinnati Music Hall,
1241 Elm Street, Cincinnati, 45202 United States
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Conductor David Robertson leads an all-American program with Bernstein’s dynamic, jazz-influenced dance episodes from On the Town, Barber’s poignant Adagio for Strings, and Bernstein’s Age of Anxiety, a masterful rendering for orchestra and piano (played by Orli Shaham) of W.H. Auden’s epic poem about four lonely wartime strangers who spend an evening in a New York bar pondering the human condition. Sponsored by Macy’s, KMK Law, and Fifth Third Bank. This program is presented as part of “Cincinnati Remembers WWI,”…

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FREE

Vaughan Williams’s “Dona Nobis Pacem”

April 27 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption,
1140 Madison Avenue, Covington, KY 41011 United States
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The chorus and orchestra of Xavier University present a cantata by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Dona Nobis Pacem (“Grant us peace”). Drawing his text from the Roman Catholic Mass, three poems by Walt Whitman, a political speech, and sections of the Bible, Vaughan Williams’s 1936 work was a plea for peace that lamented past wars during a time of growing fear of another war to come. This program is presented as part of “Cincinnati Remembers WWI,” a citywide series of events…

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Bullfighting and Bravos: Bizet’s Carmen

April 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Mercantile Library,
414 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, 45202
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Cincinnati Opera invites you to learn about one of the most popular stage works in the world—Bizet’s Carmen. With its bounty of well-known melodies, vivid characterizations, and a glimpse of life in 19th-century Seville, Carmen is one of opera’s true blockbusters. Cincinnati Opera Managing Director Chris Milligan shares the story of how Carmen came to be, why it continues to enchant today, and what will make Cincinnati Opera’s production this summer a must-see. Free for members of the Mercantile Library;…

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The Met Live in HD Così Fan Tutte Encore

April 30 @ 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Music Director James Levine conducts Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. The cast is filled with youthful Met stars: Susanna Phillips and Isabel Leonard are the sisters Fiordiligi and Dorabella, Matthew Polenzani and Rodion Pogossov are their lovers, with Danielle de Niese as the scheming Despina. Click here for select area locations.

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May 2014
$7.50

Joyeux Noël Film Screening

May 4 @ 1:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Kenwood Theatre,
7815 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, 45236 United States
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Joyeux Noël (Merry Christmas) is inspired by the true story of the Christmas Truce of 1914, when enemy soldiers in the trenches on the Western Front lay down their arms to celebrate the holiday together. Nominated for the 2006 Academy Award for Best Foreign Film, Joyeux Noël stars Diane Kruger (Inglourious Basterds, Troy), Daniel Brühl (Rush), Guillaume Canet (Last Night), and Benno Fürmann (In Darkness). This summer, Cincinnati Opera marks the 100th anniversary of World War I with the Pulitzer…

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German-Americans as Huns: The Anti-German Hysteria of World War I

May 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
German Heritage Museum,
4764 West Fork Road, Cincinnati, OH 45247 United States
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Dr. Don Heinrich Tolzmann will lecture on the anti-German hysteria which swept the U.S. during World War I. Dr. Tolzmann is the author and editor of numerous books on German-American history and culture, and recently retired as Curator of the German-Americana Collection and Director of the German-American Studies Program at the University of Cincinnati. This program is presented as part of “Cincinnati Remembers WWI,” a citywide series of events commemorating the centenary of the First World War and anticipating Cincinnati…

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