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Black Violin Cincinnati Concert

April 16 @ 7:30 pm


Cincinnati Music Hall

$15 – $60
Black Violin Cincinnati

If you missed the last Black Violin Cincinnati concert, do not miss this one!

 

Hip-hop meets classical violin when a nationally-acclaimed band makes its much-anticipated return to the Queen City. Mark your calendars for another Black Violin Cincinnati concert.

 

Tickets can be purchased online, by calling 513-621-2787 or the Aronoff Box Office. Student tickets are available for $15 in select seating locations. Group discount tickets for 10 or more are available by calling 513-977-4157. Use promo code CONNECT to receive $5 off your ticket.
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To satisfy your Black Violin fix until April, check out their UPROXX mini-documentary, Black Violin: Breaking Your Musical Stereotypes. Do not wait until the last minute to purchase your ticket, this will sell out.

 

About Black Violin
Black Violin is composed of classical violist, Wil B., and violinist, Kev Marcus, who combine their classical training and hip-hop influences to create a distinctive multi-genre sound that is often described as “classical boom.” The duo has shared stages with Kanye West, Aerosmith and Tom Petty. Also, they have creatively collaborated with Wu-Tang Clan, Wyclef Jean, and Alicia Keys.

 

The band’s most recent record, Stereotypes, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Classical Crossover Chart and #4 on the Billboard R&B Chart. NPR praises the album and band, saying “their music will keep classical music alive for the next generation.”

 

Earlier in the year, Black Violin was announced as the “Turnaround Artist for Mary B. Bethune Elementary School” in their hometown of Broward County, Florida. The program infuses the arts into struggling schools to support overall reform efforts. Also, the program pairs each school with an artist to provide mentorship.

 

Founded by President Obama’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities in 2012, the program partners schools with music instrument grants, art supplies, professional development, and musicals.

If you missed their performance before, you don’t want to miss it again. Be the first to grab your tickets. 

Venue

Cincinnati Music Hall
1241 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202 United States
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Phone:
513-744-3344
Website:
https://www.cincinnatiarts.org/plan-your-visit/visit-music-hall