Thank you so much to all who came to our concerts this past weekend! Your attendance means the world to us! We look forward to seeing you at our next show in March! Or you can audition and sing with us! Just click the big blue Audition button on the right column of our website (or scroll down if you are on your cell phone).
We also wish to thank all our season sponsors for their continuing support!
The Cincinnati Choral Society is pleased to announce that Krombholz Jewelers located in Montgomery and Landrun & Brown in Blue Ash have both become new CCS Season Sponsors. We appreciate their support and commitment to CCS. Please check out their web sites via their links to learn more about them.
The Cincinnati Choral Society wishes to thank The Ohio Arts Council for their grant supporting our May 2017 concerts, “The Poet Speaks” A Concert of Great Poetry in Choral Music. As part of these concerts, CCS will feature the winning poem from a poetry competition held for current High School Students residing in Hamilton County Ohio set to music by a local Cincinnati based composer.
Don’t forget, by using your our link to Amazon, you are helping raise funds for the Cincinnati Choral Society! You can find the link in the side bar to the right or, if you are using a smart phone, you can scroll down toward the bottom of this page to find it.
We were fortunate to get recordings of our April 18th joint concert with Christ Church Cathedral Choir at the Cincinnati Museum Center with Thomas Murray on organ. Here are links to the four sound files;
Sunday, July 3, 7:30 pm, Montgomery Park, Independence Day Concert with BAMSO
Help us celebrate our nation’s birthday by joining us in beautiful Montgomery Park. BAMSO will perform a mix of patriotic selections and music from some of the all time great TV programs such as Star Trek, M*A*S*H, and many more. Bring your lawn chairs and your appetites (food and beverages are available!) This 7:30 PM concert, the start of the Montgomery Independence Day celebration, will take place in Montgomery Park, Montgomery and Schoolhouse Roads.