Experience Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Proof: Singulis Et Simul
January 29, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cincinnati Music Hall$33.82
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Celebrate femininity during the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Singulis Et Simul performance.
Baroque music will meet urban vogue ballroom culture in the upcoming production of Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Singulis Et Simul. This is co-produced by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Contemporary Arts Center. Singulis Et Simul simply means “Be oneself, together”. The show is a celebration of femininity in the African American transgender community, with roots dating back to the Harlem Renaissance.
There are several parking options around Music Hall including a 450-space underground garage at Washington Park. Also, a surface parking lot is available between Music Hall and Memorial Hall. It is accessible from Elm Street and Central Parkway. If you would rather be closer, convenient parking is available at the Town Center Parking (CET) Garage on Central Parkway. The cost ranges from $5-$10.
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About the Contemporary Arts Center
The CAC provides experiences through exhibitions and performances as well as educational and outreach programs, to engage and interact with the art, artists, and ideas of our time. Working with regional community of visitors, patrons, and partners, and with global community of artists and institutions, the Contemporary Arts Center explores and celebrates the unfolding landscape of art and expression.
About Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, which also performs as the Cincinnati Pops, celebrates its 125th anniversary in the 2019-20 season. One of America’s finest and most versatile ensembles, the internationally acclaimed CSO attracts the best musicians, artists, and conductors from around the world to Cincinnati. Furthermore, with new commissions and groundbreaking initiatives like LUMENOCITY®, One City, One Symphony, The Pelléas Trilogy, and the MusicNOW Festival collaboration, the Orchestra is committed to being a place of experimentation.