Lumenocity 2013 promises to be a world class event at Washington Park at 8:30pm on August 3 and 4. Louis Langree, who is in his inaugural season as the Music Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, teases the event in the video below:
“This orchestra has a glorious history so I think in order to make it alive always a great institution has to be a great place of experimentation. The fact that we would try something new is wonderful. It’s a wonderful thing.”
Live acoustic soul music, spoken word poetry and visual art from various independent artists accompanied by the always tasty food at Venice on Vine. Support social growth through the arts and enjoy the good vibes; brought to you by Urban Impresario.
1305 will bring Richard Fruth’s art for a second time and the artist will be on hand to answer your questions. Richard uses acrylic, metal and wood to create abstract scenery that takes your mind to a distant place.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is celebrating Over-the-Rhine Night on Friday, May 3rd. The celebration surrounds CSO’s performance “Fanfare for Cincinnati“. Ticket prices start at $10 and it is the aim of the CSO to invite the entire OTR neighborhood into Music Hall for this special celebration. A special bicycle “Music Ride” will precede the event and a party at Washington Park with food trucks and a live band (The Young Heirlooms) will follow. The itinerary for OTR Night is as follows:
PRE-CONCERT –”The Music Ride,” a slow music ride through the streets of OTR, beginning and ending in Washington Park– with special musical surprises! Meet at Washington Park between 6-6:15pm. Riders are encouraged to decorate their bikes – Reser is offering a special “Loudest Bicycle Tune Up Prize”. Full Music Ride details: https://www.facebook.com/events/390965341002569/ –Bike valet available by Queen City Bike! –Food trucks: Cafe de Wheels, C’est Cheese, Pizza Bomba, Mr. Hanton’s
THE CONCERT (8-10pm)
JENNIFER HIGDON: All Things Majestic
BARBER: Piano Concerto
Copland: Symphony No. 3
Visual media will be projected during Jennifer Higdon’s “All Things Majestic,” celebrating Cincinnati and Over-the-Rhine.
POST-CONCERT (10-11pm) –Join us in Washington Park for a party with food trucks and a live band (The Young Heirlooms)! Free and open to the public. –Food trucks: Cafe de Wheels, C’est Cheese, Pizza Bomba, Mr. Hanton’s
More information about the Music Ride via facebook:
We’re celebrating OTR Night at the Symphony with a short, fun, and musical bicycle ride through Over-the-Rhine!
We’ll supply the musical instruments and you supply the bicycle ~~ we’ll create a fanfare for everyone in and around OTR to enjoy. Join us at 6 around the bandstand in Washington Park for the “Tune Up”. Our ride will be a leisurely roll through OTR: no hills and easy enough for kids to join too.
If you like, decorate your bike for the ride — we’ll be featuring yellow, blue, and orange in case you want to coordinate! “Loudest bikes” get a gift from Reser Bicycles in OTR.
After the ride, all cyclists are invited to the concert – a special one for the city’s 225th birthday! There will be a display of Cincinnati photos during the music and special ticket prices for riders!
More info about the concert and tickets here: http://bit.ly/ZmpOFP And for specially priced tickets for riders, use promo code OTR. Yay!
Queen City Bike is providing a free valet for everyone and after the concert, join the party in Washington Park with music, plus food and fun with Night Owl Market!
Special thanks to OTR Night and the Music Ride community partners:
Zula, a new wine bar and tapas restaurant at 14th and Race across from Washington Park, is planning to open Tuesday, February 12. Zula‘s chef and owner Vik Silberberg says the menu will reflect a Mediterranean influence and center on tapas. A copper-clad wood-burning oven, large communal tables, both a tapas and a mussels bar and an extensive wine program will greet guests to Zula.