Christ Church Cathedral

Cooks Needed

We are currently in need of additional cooks and servers for Music Live@Lunch. If you are available one Tuesday morning every 4-6 weeks, this is a perfect opportunity to have fun cooking with others, serving our concert attendees, and hearing some wonderful music. Cooks and servers usually work in teams of two to prepare lunch for 25-35 people, and our current cooks would be delighted to partner with any new volunteers. Please join us!

 

For more information and to volunteer, contact Dawn Bruestle.

Music Live@Lunch

At 12:10 p.m. each Tuesday, September through May, we offer free Music Live@Lunch. The concerts 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.

 

2016-17 SCHEDULE

September 6 | Clark and Jones Trio: Celtic and international music
September 13 | Ron Esposito: Tibetan brass bowls and quartz crystal singing bowls
September 20 | Buffalo Ridge Jazz Band: Early American jazz and New Orleans party music
September 27 | James Meade: Classical guitarist

 

October 4 | Levassor Duo: Steven Rosen (viola), Richard Goering (guitar)
October 11 | Collegium Cincinnati Vocal Core: The lighter side of Renaissance and Baroque choral music†
October 18 | Manami White (violin), Christina Haan (organ)†
October 25 | Three2Tango: Argentine tango music

 

November 1 | Danielle Hundley (flute) performing with guest musicians
November 8 | Bicycle Built for Three: Richard Goering (guitar), Evelien Woolard (flute), Pam Temple (vocals)
November 15 | Rabbit Hash String Band: Old-time music
November 22 | Raison D’Etre: Folk songs, swing tunes and cowboy anthems
November 29 | Jooyoung Kim: Classical pianist

 

December 6 | Queen City Sisters: 1940s swing and original music
December 13 | Ricky Nye: Jazz pianist performing holiday favorites
December 20 | Christ Church Cathedral Choir singing Benjamin Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols

 

January 10 | Alexandra Schoeny (soprano), Marcus Küchle (piano)
January 17 | The Faux Frenchmen: Hot club-driven gypsy jazz
January 24 | Midnight Rose Trio: Classical, Celtic and popular music
January 31 | Anthony Beck (tenor), Stacey Sands (soprano), Avedis Moonigian (piano)

 

February 7 | The Shakespeare Band: Music of the English Renaissance††
February 14 | Consort in the Egg: Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music††
February 21 | Cincinnati Recorder Consort: Renaissance and Baroque music††
February 28 | Elizabeth Motter (harp) with guest musicians††

 

March 7 | Alegria: Suzanne Bona (flute), Richard Goering (guitar), Audrey Luna (vocals)
March 14 | Ma Crow and the Lady Slippers: Bluegrass, Americana and Old-time Mountain music
March 21 | The Sunburners: Cincinnati party band
March 28 | Jessica Smithhorn (oboe), Roberta Whitely (piano), performing music of Holocaust-era Jewish composers

 

April 4 | Queen City Sisters
April 11 | Christ Church Cathedral Choir singing Thomas Tallis’ Lamentations of Jeremiah
April 18 | Della Enns (piano), Jacquie Fennell (violin)
April 25 | Rookwood Chamber Players: Dona Wiedmann (violin), Jessica Madsen (piano)

 

May 2 | Southbank Quartet: Music for strings
May 9 | The Shakespeare Band: Music of the English Renaissance
May 16 | Wild Carrot: American roots music
May 23 | Adagio Trio: Meditative music of classical and folk origins
May 30 | Phillip Burkhead (jazz piano), Matt Wiles (bass), Jason Smart (drums)

 

† Presented in conjunction with the Cincinnati Bach Festival
†† Presented in conjunction with the Cincinnati Early Music Festival