Arts & Culture Series 2024

Unwind this spring at the library with free performances by local classical and choir groups. 

Arts & Culture Series is back with a triad of intimate performances this May at the Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch. The lineup includes orchestras, bands and choirs from Northern Kentucky and across the river in Cincinnati. All concerts are held on Fridays at 7 pm. Register. 

Arts & Culture 2024 Lineup

May 3: Summermusik will kick the series off with “Bella Musica,” featuring Italian pieces performed by a woodwind quintet. Summermusik, formally the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra—an independent ensemble of professional musicians—is sure to whisk audiences away to a warm piazza in the sun. 

What better way to usher in spring? Plus, the ensemble is celebrating its 50-year anniversary of creating “intimate, transformative experiences that connect the musically curious.” 

May 17: MUSE Cincinnati Women’s Choir bills itself as an “inclusive and feminist choral community advocating for peace and social justice.” 

Catch their performance of  “emBODY Diversity,” which works to both empower and enlighten audiences. The genre-spanning performance will include everything from pop to protest anthems to choral art songs. 

May 24: Take a bow! Northern Kentucky University’s String Project will close out Arts & Culture with a riveting concert. After the show, attendees will get a chance to see and learn about the instruments up close! 

The nationally recognized NKU String Project started in 2012 and is one of 41 across the country. Since forming, the project has raised over $45,000 in grant funding and $3,000 in student-fundraised quarters. 

The finale also marks family night; all ages are invited to view this performance.


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