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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.


2017-18 SCHEDULE 


September 5 | Michael Gilbert Ronstadt (cello), Serenity Fisher (piano/voice)
September 12 | Ron Esposito (Tibetan bowls), Michael G. Ronstadt (cello), Brandon Scott Coleman (guitar)
September 19 | James Meade (classical guitar)
September 26 | Ben Flanders (baritone), Brad Caldwell (piano)

October 3 | Lagniappe: “A gumbo of American and world standards”
October 10 | The Brussels Sprouts: Rhythm and blues, jazz, rock, honky-tonk, and spirituals
October 17 | MEKALA: Kirtan chanting
October 24 | Students (organ, harpsichord) of the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory
October 31 | Miami University Chamber Singer

November 7 | Bicycle Built for Three (guitar, flute, vocals)
November 14 | Rabbit Hash String Band: Old-time music
November 21 | Les Fleurs de Lys: French music chamber ensemble
November 28 | Andrea Vos-Rochefort (clarinet): Music of Prokofiev, Tailleferre, and Berg

December 5 | Ricky Nye (jazz piano)
December 12 | The Sunburners: Island-inspired party band performing holiday favorites
December 19 | Christ Church Cathedral Choir: Benjamin Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols

January 9 | Rhine Saxophone Quartet: A versatile ensemble
January 16 | Wayside Winds: Woodwind quintet music with a touch of spice
January 23 | The Faux Frenchmen: Hot club-driven gypsy jazz
January 30 | Ma Crow and Company: Bluegrass, Americana, and old-time music

February 6 | The Shakespeare Band: Music of the English Renaissance
February 13 | Lagniappe: Traditional Mardi Gras jazz
February 20 | Cincinnati Recorder Consort: Music from the Renaissance through Late Baroque
February 27 | Larry Brown (hurdy-gurdy), Michael Zaret (woodwinds)

March 6 | The Southbank Quartet: Music for strings
March 13 | Danielle Hundley (flute), Scott Schilling (viola)
March 20 | Michelle Dugan (violin) with guest musicians
March 27 | Christ Church Cathedral Choir: Music for Holy Week

April 3 | Wild Carrot: American roots music
April 10 | The Marmalade Brigade: Gypsy jazz, grass, and tonk
April 17 | Anthony Beck (tenor), Avedis Manoogian (piano)
April 24 | Della Enns (pianist/composer)

May 1 | The Cincinnati Dancing Pigs: Cincinnati’s premier jug band
May 8 | The Brussels Sprouts: Rhythm and blues, jazz, rock, honky-tonk, and spirituals
May 22 | Kaylee Nichols (mezzo soprano)
May 29 | Consort in the Egg: Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque consort music