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The Cincinnati Men’s Chorus – 85 voices strong and still growing – present their annual spring concert, Broadway Our Way, on June 13 and 14 in the Corbett Theater at the School for Creative and Performing Arts.

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One of the big sticking points over Alumni Lofts has been settled.  The Pendleton Neighborhood Council was concerned about parking at the former School for Creative and Performing Arts.  But council president Tabatha Anderson says much of the green space on the north side of the property will be saved.

  A Spanish beauty spurns her lover; enemy soldiers celebrate Christmas Eve together on the Western Front during WW; a god tries to woo a young maiden; and a geisha falls in love with an American naval officer. It'’s the current season of the Cincinnati Opera, starting off with Carmen. Evans Mirageas, the Harry T. Wilks Artistic Director of the Cincinnati Opera, joins us to share highlights of this season'’s offerings.

Anne Arenstein welcomes SCPA and CCM alum Darrell D. Miller, recently featured in Variety as one of the world’s leading entertainment attorneys. He was recently in Cincinnati to talk with students about his local education, practicing entertainment law in Hollywood, and some of his more notable clients, including fellow SCPA grad Rocky Carroll.

Provided, The School for Creative and Performing Arts

Founded in 1973, The School for Creative and Performing Arts provides students with top-notch academic instruction along with pre-professional training in the arts. More high-profile alumni include Sarah Jessica Parker, Carmen Electra, Drew and Nick Lachey. But SCPA graduates perform on TV, Broadway, and in movies, work as producers, editors and make-up artists, and find success in more “traditional” fields, as teachers, accountants, marketers and the like. The School for Creative and Performing Arts Principal, Steven Brokamp, and Artistic Director Dr. Isadore Rudnick join us to discuss the school and its history, as it prepares to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

Mayerson Family Foundation Artistic Excellence Program

Oct 19, 2013

Jeff Seibert, the grants officer for Cincinnati’s Mayerson Family Foundation, joins our Frank Johnson to talk about their Artistic Excellence Program which includes an artist-in-residence and a master class component, exposing students at the School for Creative and Performing Arts to some of today’s finest artists and performers. Acclaimed saxophonist Jimmy Heath recently conducted a master class which was captured on this YouTube video.

The Cincinnati Opera will perform the Philip Glass opera, Galileo Galilei, in its new second home, the intimate Corbett Theater at Cincinnati’s School for Creative and Performing Arts. Anne Arenstein welcomes in two of the three cast members from this brand-new production: Richard Troxell, and Alexandra Schoeny to talk about the Glass score and performing in the smaller SCPA space.

Cincinnati Men's Chorus present "Loud & Proud"

Jun 7, 2013

One of the highlights of this year’s Cincinnati Pride Week will be the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus concert entitled Loud and Proud, taking place June 22 and 23 at the School for Creative and Performing Arts downtown. Artistic Director Casey Hayes is in the studio with our Jim Stump with details on this year’s program and the historical significance of this concert at gay rights.

Rachel Leslie from "A Trip to Bountiful"

Apr 5, 2013

Actor Rachel Leslie grew up in Golf Manor and attended the School for Creative and Performing Arts. She’s back in town, performing in the Playhouse in the Park production of A Trip to Bountiful. Jim Stump had the chance to sit down with this psych major about growing up here, her stage career, and some recent world premieres in which she performed.

Cincinnati Men's Chorus Concert

Mar 22, 2013

The Cincinnati Men’s Chorus will conclude their current concert season on April 6 and 7 with a salute to one of the 70’s truly memorable bands, ABBA. Tom Crawford from the chorus joins our Anne Arenstein to share all the details of “ExtrABBAganza,” happening at the Mayerson Theater at the School for Creative and Performing Arts.


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