Join MUSE and the Cincinnati Collaborative Ringing Project for a great day of singing and ringing! Our fall concert, entitled "Unresolved" will be varied and will feature the unique sounds of hand-bells and voices. MUSE will present an eclectic program from some upbeat jazz to the poignant message of modern day injustices, war, and slavery. Also join MUSE for a Silent Auction between and after the two concerts. Against the beautiful backdrop of Memorial Hall MUSE will continue to "turn the world around!"
Tune into 91.7 WVXU's "Around Cincinnati" at 7:00 PM, Sunday November 9, to hear our Artistic Director, Rhonda Juliano interviewed about our upcoming concert “Unresolved” on November 22.
Heterotopia: A Bookstore of Discovery sells gently used and discounted new books in addition to hosting book-launch events for local authors, book clubs, and other community gatherings. The owner, Alicia Gibson, worked for independent bookstores in Boulder, CO, and Minneapolis, MN, while pursuing her JD and PhD in Comparative Literature. After relocating to Cincinnati with her husband, Alicia sought a way to combine her love of books and community engagement, while raising her two small children. Heterotopia was inspired by this search.
Cincinnati is known as the birthplace of Saengerfest, a German tradition that celebrated choir singing groups, or “Saengerbunds.” The North American Saengerbund was developed by German immigrants, and originally only consisted of choirs from Cincinnati, Louisville, and Indiana. The tradition began again in Cincinnati and now in year two – it is bigger than ever!
Start your December off right when you shop at Ten Thousand Villages on December 6. Fifteen (15)% of your purchase is donated to MUSE when you mention MUSE at check out.
December 6, 2014
Ten Thousand Villages
Fair Trade Gifts, Food & Crafts Store
2011 Madison Road, O'Bryonville, Cincinnati
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