David Thomson
David Thomson

Music Live at Lunch

"But be glad and rejoice forever in what I am creating." -Isaiah 65:18

Each week on Tuesdays, September through May, during the noon hour, we offer Music Live at Lunch. The concerts begin at 12:10 p.m. and feature a variety of music, ranging from classical to jazz and music of other cultures. You may bring your lunch or purchase one at the cathedral for $5.

All concerts are in Centennial Chapel unless otherwise listed as being in the cathedral nave.


2013-14 Schedule

September 10: Brianna Matzke: (piano), nave       
September 17: Cantantes Camarae: Sacred choral music of the Baroque
September 24: Tina Guitierrez: Rarely heard music of the Spanish Baroque: (guitar, soprano)

October 1: Rookwood Trio: Danielle Hundley (flute), Ellen Stephens (cello), and Jessica Madsen (piano), nave  
October 8: Duo Tandem: Necati Emirzade & Mark Anderson: (guitar duo)
October 15: Sonia Lee: Harpsichord and continuo organ
October 22: Della Enns: Pianist and composer
October 29: Ricky Nye: (piano) Jazz, Blues & Boogie Woogie 

November 5: Acarya (acoustic rock), nave   
November 12: Cincinnati Klezmer Project: Eastern European Klezmer Music, Jewish folk and Yiddish ballads
November 19: Rabbit Hash String Band: Appalachian and Southern folk
November 26: Harold Byers (violin), Eric Byers (cello), Sandra Rivers (piano)

December 3: Advent Music for Voices and Instruments, nave
December 10: Walnut Hills High School Choir
December 17: Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols: Christ Church Cathedral Choir, nave

January 7: Marcus K├╝chle: piano
January 14: Poco Loco (Latin Jazz), nave       
January 21: The Seven Hills Brass Quintet
January 28: Ma Crow and the Lady Slippers: Ballads and Bluegrass

February 4: Noyse Merchants: music of the Spanish Renaissance and Baroque featuring period instruments +
February 11: The Cincinnati Bach Ensemble: Carlton Monroe, director, nave +       
February 18: Wild Carrot: American Roots
February 25: Pat Kelly (keyboard) and Sandy Suskind (flute, saxophone)

March 4: Lagniappe: Cajun, Gypsy and New Orleans Jazz, nave       
March 11: Ricky Nye (Jazz piano) & Bekah Williams (vocalist), nave       
March 18: Harold Byers: J.S. Bach's Violin Sonata No. 3 in E Major (BWV 1016) and No. 6 in G major (BWV 1019)*
March 25: Collegium Cincinnati: Christopher Eanes, director *

April 1: The Cincinnati Bach Ensemble: Carlton Monroe, director
April 8: Clark and Jones Trio: Celtic and folk       
April 15: Christ Church Cathedral Choir, nave       
April 22: Michael McIntire and The Marmalade Brigade
April 29: Audrey Luna (soprano) and Ted Gibboney (harpsichord)

May 6: Hello Mayday: modern/indie rock
May 13: Amita Prakash: soprano, nave       
May 20: Raison D'Etre: Folk Music trio
May 27: Danielle Adams (soprano) and Elizabeth Motter (harp)

+ In conjunction with the Cincinnati Early Music Festival
* In conjunction with the Cincinnati Bach Festival

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