The Cincinnati Choral Society will present “Come Live with Me and Be My Love” (A Concert of Love Songs and Dances) at three performances: March 11, 12, & 13. “Liebeslieder Walzer” (Op. 52) by Johannes Brahms will be the feature of this concert series. The 40 voice auditioned chorus, under the direction of Philip Clary, will collaborate with dancers from Pones Inc., under the leadership of Kim Popa.
This will be a unique performance of the love song waltzes because the Pones will dance while CCS sings! In addition to the Brahms, these concerts will include “Five Hebrew Love Songs” (Whitacre), “Birthday Madrigals” (Rutter), “Three Scottish Folk Songs” (arr. Wilberg), “Love Lost” (Sjolund), and “An Evening Song” (Cincinnati composer, Howard Helvey),
Friday, March 11 @ 7:30pm (NKU’s Corbett Theater)
Saturday, March 12 @ 7:30pm (St. Paul United Methodist Church, Madeira)
Sunday, March 13 @ 3:30pm (St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Terrace Park)
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The Cincinnati Choral Society wants to thank ArtsWave, www.TheArtsWave.org for their grant supporting our soon to be announced March concerts; “Love Songs & Dance – A Collaboration between CCS and The Pones Inc.”
CCS is pleased to announce that Time Timer and Twin Lakes have both become 2016 Season Sponsors. We appreciate their support and commitment to CCS. Please check out their web sites on their links to learn more about them.
You can now download our complete CD or individual songs online via several digital music sources. Please help support CCS with online purchases if “hold in your hand” CDs aren’t your thing.
Photos are up in the Photo and Video Gallery from our Dec 6 Concert with the Blue Ash-Montgomery Symphony Orchestra Kindel Memorial Holiday Concert.
Thanks to everyone who attended! Your support means the world to us!
Our new live CD, ” A Celebration of Music in Spring” is available, just $10. Please contact a CCS chorus member if you want to purchase one. It will also be available to download soon. Sounds great! Excellent work by Phil Clary going through both live shows to select the best versions of the 26 tracks.
Our next concert will be with the Blue Ash/Montgomery Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, December 6th, 7:00 PM, Montgomery Assembly of God Church.
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The Blue Ash/Montgomery Symphony Orchestra will present its annual Kindel Memorial Holiday Concert on the first Sunday in December. This year’s theme will be “The Bells of Christmas”. This concert has become the traditional beginning to the holiday season for Blue Ash and Montgomery residents.
Special guest artist, U.C. President and cellist, Santa Ono, performs Elgar!
No tickets are needed for this concert. There will be a freewill offering opportunity at the concert.
Want to sing with us? See our Audition page.
The Cincinnati Choral Society thanks everyone who came to our October concerts! Your attendance means so much to us!
We also wish to thank everyone who has generously donated to our organization. We could not do what we do without you!!
We especially thank Willis Music, our 2015 Season Sponsor, whose generous donation lets us bring this wonderful music to you. Thank you!!
Here is our Artistic Director, Phil Clary, talking about our Oct concerts on WGUC.
The Cincinnati Choral Society wishes to thank The Willis Music Company, our 2015 Season Sponsor!