FROM CHAMBER MUSIC MONTH
Ucelli is another central Ohio ensemble we love! This all-cello, all-female quartet is made of members of the Columbus Symphony and ProMusica Chamber Orchestras. Their new album Four Women is Mark Lomax II’s musical biography of four black women who fought for social justice and equal rights. It pays tribute Nzinga, Queen of Angola (1583-1663) Ida B. Wells Barnett (1862-1931) Angela Davis (born 1944) and Cimada Ngozi Adichie. Read WOSU interview »
The King’s Singers
The King’s Singers performed at the Southern Theatre on November 18, 2006 and here is look at their latest prophetic and inspiring project featuring songs societies have used to come together and find a voice. Behind the scenes clips combine with their lush harmonies will leave you wanting more.
And So It Goes – Stay At Home Choir with The King’s Singers
A collaborative ‘social distancing’ performance that will soothe the soul of all who have been separted from friends and family the past few months.
Chamber Brews is a collaborative chamber music project that features some of the best and most creative musicians in Columbus. The organization combines great music and intelligent conversation alongside beer, food, and coffee. Enjoy Sarah Hansen and Chamber Brews Co-Founder Elisabeth Jeremica tackle Béla Bartok’s 18 Cello Duos.
National Chamber Music Month featured VIVO Music Festival!
This group has the goal of energizing musical culture in Columbus, rethinking the ways live music can integrate with daily contemporary life, and providing a space for generations of young, native Ohioan musicians to return home for an annual collaboration to give back to the community that nurtured them. Enjoy this throwback from their fourth season: