Arts & Culture Series

Soak up classical music this May with the return of the library’s Arts & Culture Series.

The Arts & Culture Series features a variety of music performed by local professional orchestras and bands. Kicking off May 12, all concerts take place at 7 pm on Fridays at the Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch.

The annual concert series aims to educate and entertain attendees through music. Whether you’re into swing music or need an idea for your next family night, unwind to live tunes all month long. 

The Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch will close at 5 pm to set up for each event. 

Read on for 2023’s Arts & Culture Series lineup. 

Family Movie Night with the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra

Event Details

Date: 7 pm Friday, May 12

Location: Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch (1000 Highland Ave.)

The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra (CCO) will cross the river to transport listeners to the soundscapes of beloved movies. CCO will perform classical music used in major blockbusters, Disney songs and more. Gather the whole family, or your friends, to hear one of the region’s most esteemed performing arts organizations. 

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The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra – Swing

Event Details

Date: 7 pm Friday, May 19

Location: Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch (1000 Highland Ave.)

The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra (KSO) returns to the series, bringing together the sounds of the 1930s, swing music and hip hop. Based in Northern Kentucky, KSO first formed in 1992 with a mission to make classical music attractive, accessible and affordable to surrounding communities. 

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Indigenous Music from the Andes with Abya Yala LF

Event Details

Date: 7 pm Friday, May 26

Location: Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch (1000 Highland Ave.)

Abya Yala, a band that is a part of La Fórmula Music Productions, will perform indigenous music from the Andes. La Fórmula is a multi-generational collective of musicians, arrangers, educators, music conductors, dancers and other artists from six countries around the world.

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