Ushers Needed

Free between 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm Tuesday afternoons? Why not consider being an usher for Music Live@Lunch? Perks include: one free lunch, one free concert, an opportunity to meet the downtown community and to hang out with awesome musician types! Contact Roland Ficke or Shiloh Roby for details. And if you’d rather not usher, but consider yourself  awesome in the kitchen, see below.

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. 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.

 

 

2018-19 Schedule

September 4 | Clark and Jones Trio: Celtic and international music
September 11 | Jessica Madsen (viola) & Jonathan Lee (cell0): Jazz-inspired music
September 18 | Ron Esposito (Tibetan bowls)
September 25 | Rebecca Culnan (violin), Dan Culnan (piano)

 

October 2 | Queen City Sisters: Vintage a cappella women’s trio
October 9 | James Meade (guitar)
October 16 | Kara Huber (piano)
October 23 | Slavic Voices: Songs from the Old World and the New
October 30 | Walnut Hills High School Choir

 

November 6 | Rabbit Hash String Band: Old-time music
November 13 | Mekala: Chants of the ancient world
November 20 | Bromwell Diehl Band: Americana, pop, and blues originals
November 27 | Darren Goodman (guitar): Music for the holidays

 

December 4 | Stephan Casurella (organ): Music for Advent
December 11 | Midnight Rose Trio (harp, flute, violin)
December 18 | Christ Church Cathedral Choir: Benjamin Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols

 

January 8 | The Faux Frenchmen: Hot Club-driven gypsy jazz
January 15 | Linda McAlister (soprano) with guest musicians
January 22 | Danielle Hundley (flute) & Richard Van Dyke (piano): Americana, pop, and blues originals
January 29 | Mohenjo Daro: Indian and Middle Eastern world fusion music

 

February 5 | Ricky Nye (piano): Jazz, blues, and boogie
February 12 | Moyen Age: Medieval music
February 19 | Cincinnati Recorder Consort
February 26 | Organ Music: University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music students

 

March 5 | Lagniappe: Traditional Mardi Gras jazz
March 12 | Consort in the Egg: Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music
March 19 | The Southbank Quartet: Music for strings
March 26 | Kirsten Homdrom: Piano music from four continents

 

April 2 | Todd Hepburn (piano): Jazz, ragtime, and Americana
April 9 | Buffalo Ridge Jazz Band
April 16 | Christ Church Cathedral Choir: Music for Holy Week
April 23 | Danielle Hundley (flute) with other musicians
April 30 | Wild Carrot: American roots music

 

May 7 | Red Cedars: Old-timey music
May 14 | Harold Byers (violin) &  Shiloh Roby (organ)
May 21 | The Brussels Sprouts: R&B, jazz, rock, honky-tonk, and spirituals
May 28 | Ricky Nye (piano): Jazz, blues, and boogie