After sixteen months away from the stage, Classical Revolution Cincinnati returned on July 11, 2021, at The Listing Loon in Cincinnati's electric Northside neighborhood!
To ensure we are able to continue to bring in great musical acts once a month and pay them for their hard work, Classical Revolution Cincinnati relies on donations from audience members and others committed to building a thriving local arts community where established and up-and-coming professionals can perform, experiment, and spread word of their artistic endeavors in an intimate environment. To help rebuild our funds after the COVID lockdown, we are asking for any support that you may be able to give, be it $1, $20, or more.
Any donations will immediately go into the general fund for all performances going forward.
We are extremely appreciative of our regular patrons, and we hope to see a lot of brand new faces in the upcoming months!!
ABOUT CLASSICAL REVOLUTION CINCINNATI:
The purpose of this series is to design opportunities for classical musicians to share their craftwork and to augment the availability of classical music in the community. Our performers are professional musicians, conservatory students, and accomplished amateurs. Many are employed by regional orchestras and ensembles including the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Dayton Philharmonic, West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, concert:nova and more. Together we represent the teachers and performers in our community and our participation in Classical Revolution Cincinnati is a form of outreach to engage the general public in listening to and talking about music. Each concert generally follows a format of presenting ensembles (local or travelling chamber groups) followed by a "reading session" with our rotating-member Revolution Quartet. We encourage socializing and applause during our events! Don't be afraid to talk or clap!