A service of Cincinnati's Local 1 of the American Federation of Musicians and a non-profit organization dedicated to the performance of live music. Includes live music concert schedule, events, and a rent-a-musician or group service.
Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Cincinnati offers weekly performances at Music Live at Lunch on Tuesdays at 12:10 p.m. The concerts feature a variety of music, ranging from classical to jazz and music of other cultures.
A community-based music school offering musical education programs for all ages and ability levels, including traditional study of voice, piano, strings, guitar, winds brass, and percussion instruments, as well as Suzuki programs in violin and piano. Offers private and group study in drama, music theory and sight singing, seminars and hundreds of hours of master classes and performance opportunities.
Promotes and advances the culture and tradition of Blues music as an original American art form. Sponsors performance and educational events and projects, including the annual Cincy Blues Fest and the Cincy Blues Challenge.
Founded in 1965, the Cincinnati Boychoir provides vocal training and ensemble experience in the traditional art of boychoir singing. Site includes information about the training, resident and tour choirs, concert schedule and outreach performances.
The Camerata features an extensive and varied repertoire, ranging from Medieval plainsong through contemporary native African songs, with an emphasis on Marian concert programs. Find information about concerts and upcoming events.
A choral group of 53 auditioned singers age 14-18 living in the Sycamore community of Cincinnati and representing five different high schools in the area. The group performs nationally and internationally.
Located in Cincinnati Memorial Hall, the ACMHF offers biographical plaques of inductees, interactive listening kiosks, and video presentations. Provides information about events, activities, and visitor’s information.
Organized through the College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory Department at the University of Cincinnati, the emsemble is designed for 6th-8th grade instrumentalists in the Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and surrounding areas. Provides audition information, rehearsal and concert schedules.
Performs classical music programs that contain both a familiar and unique repertoire presented in a thematic context. Collaborates with local arts organizations. Offers a summer and education outreach series.
“The world’s youngest chamber orchestra” – from 10 to 18 years old – features outstanding young musicians selected by audition from the United States and abroad. The orchestra is supported by the Starling Preparatory String Project, an internationally renowned training center at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.
Offers Music Live at Lunch on Tuesdays at 12:10 p.m. The concerts feature a variety of music, ranging from classical to jazz and music of other cultures. You may bring your lunch or buy one at the cathedral.
Provides an opportunity for qualified adult musicians to experience playing traditional British brass band music. Educates both young people and adults about the unique sound and repertoire of the brass band, while improving their musical skills. Includes concert schedule and information about the Cincinnati Honors Brass Band program for grades 8-12.
Performs free classical, light classical and pops music in the Greater Cincinnati area. The Orchestra is open to all without auditions. Musicians include less experienced to those with extensive professional training and experience.
Performs a variety of music from classical to pops featuring local and international artists and performs in a variety of venues. Includes a 90-member chorale that performs several concerts per year and the Great Miami Youth Symphony Orchestra. Provides youth activities, scholarships, and participates in the annual Ohio Mozart Festival.
Promotes string music to the community and provides a local community orchestra for string players and other musicians of the West Chester and surrounding northern Cincinnati area. Performs a wide variety of music from light classics to pop and broadway and collaborates with other performers.