Piano Paintings II
Saturday, November 4, 2017
Performances at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. in the Fath Auditorium
Music and paintings – a harmonious partnership comes to life as 7 young pianists from Greater Cincinnati come together for a recital based on great works of art.
Learn about some of the world's most famous artists in this multimedia program designed for audience members of all ages.
The Art Museum offers free admission and free parking
Music for Little People
Preschool music classes with research project for underserved children
3 & 4-year-olds, parents and community engagement
Validate proven benefits of preschool music on comprehensive development of young children
Queen City Music Fest
Participatory music activities
Pre-college music students and predominantly independent music teachers
Enhance music students and music teachers’ experience in performance and education
National Women's History Month Festival I. In collaboration with MUSE, Cincinnati's Women's Choir - AlivenArts has planned the National Women's History Month Festival I - March 3 - 18, 2018. On March 3, the Festival will begin with Filia Mundi - High School Girls Sing-in with guest conductors Robyn Lana, Lisa Peters and Dr. Catherine Roma. On March 4, Dr. Brenda Portman will perform an organ recital of all women composers. March 10 will be a street festival and Sampler Concert by MUSE. March 17 will feature Dr. Tammy Kernodle at the Harriet Beecher Stowe on her newest book about women from the Civil Rights Movement. And, on Sunday, March 18 we are proud to present the 2018 LunaFest Film Festival at HUC. Festival Tickets will be available online by October 1.
Cincinnati Center for Adult Music Study
Unique participatory music education experiences
Young Professionals – Well-Elderly
Develop music participants and patrons.