Music Live at Lunch

Lieto STring Quartet
Clark and Jones Trio
Heri et Hodie
Lisa Biales

Music Live at Lunch

50 Years of Music Live at Lunch

This year marks the 50th season of Music Live at Lunch, and we could not be more pleased to continue this tradition of free, weekly concerts* featuring a variety of music. Check out the schedule below. Then join us as we celebrate 50 years of continuous programming during the lunch hour for our downtown community. Bring your own lunch or buy one at the cathedral.

*When Cincinnati Public Schools close due to inclement weather, Music Live at Lunch will also be cancelled.


MUSIC LIVE AT LUNCH 2021-22 SCHEDULE
Tuesdays | 12:10 PM

September 7 | Lu Li (violin) with piano – Classical music
September 14 | Rabbit Hash String Band – Old-time music
September 21 | Queen City Sisters – 1940s music
September 28 | Lieto String Quartet – Classical music

October 5 | Jacob Martin (oboe) – Classical & contemporary music
October 12 | Clark & Jones Trio – Celtic music
October 19 | Rebecca Culnan (violin) – Classical music
October 26 | Transatlantis (formerly Frenchaxe) – French Cafe music

November 2 | Harpischord students from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music
November 9 | Boutique – Great American Songbook music
November 16 | Noyse Merchants – Medieval & Renaissance music
November 23 | James Meade (guitar) – Classical & contemporary music
November 30 | Vox Antiqua – Liturgical choral music 

December 7 | Kyle Meadows (hammered dulcimer) & Tisa McGraw  harp) – Celtic music
December 14 | Heri et Hodie: Music for the seasons of Advent and Christmas
December 21 | Cathedral Choir with Elizabeth Motter (harp): Benjamin Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols 

January 4 | Paul Patterson & Sylvia Mitchell (electric & acoustic strings) – Folk music
January 11 | Jenny Hu (Chinese zither)
January 18 | Queen City Klezmorim – Klezmer music
January 25 | The Faux Frenchman – Hot Club-driven jazz

February 1 | Heri et Hodie – A Viking-inspired program
February 8 | TBA February 15 | Cantata Chamber Ensemble – Bach cantatas
February 22 | Wayside Winds – Classical & contemporary music 

March 1 | Lagniappe – Cajun French music
March 8 | Organ and harpsichord students from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music
March 15 | The Southbank Quartet – Classical music
March 22 | Laney and the Tramps – Swingin’ jazz
March 29 | Buffalo Ridge Jazz Band – New Orleans jazz

April 5 | Lisa Biales (singer/songwriter) – Folk music
April 12 | Music for Holy Week: A vocal and instrumental program presented by cathedral musicians
April 19 | Danielle Hundley (flute) – Classical & contemporary music
April 26 | Ricky Nye (piano) – Blues, jazz, & boogie woogie music

May 3 | The May Festival: Sacred Music by Women Composers – Multitude of Voyces, Vol. 1
May 10 | The May Festival: Sacred Music by Women Composers – Multitude of Voyces, Vol. 2
May 17 | The May Festival: Five Centuries of Music for Low Voices
May 24 | The May Festival: American Voices
May 31 | Moyen Age – Medieval music