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Classical Roots: International Women’s Day
March 8 @ 7:30 pm
Cincinnati Music Hall$14 – $55
The Classical Roots Cincinnati International Women’s Day performance brings a divine sound of togetherness.
This always uplifting concert celebrates the richly diverse African American musical experience, writ large with the power of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Bringing together 150 singers from churches throughout the region, Music Hall is filled with glorious, powerful sound.
Ticket prices range from $14 – $55 and can be purchased online or by calling 513-381-3300. Featuring special guest Lisa Fischer, perhaps best known for her years touring with The Rolling Stones, who brings her signature style of soul and groove to this inspiring program.
There are over 2,500 parking spots within four blocks of Music Hall. A total of 450 of those spaces are right across the street in the Washington Park Garage. Valet is also available right in front of music Hall all evening for $20.
Come early to enjoy a bite to eat at surrounding restaurants around OTR. Enjoy hearty sweet bites at Taste of Belgium, your favorite kind of pizzas at A Tavola or sushi at Kaze. There is a restaurant in the area to satisfy everyone’s taste buds. View this map to see what else is on the menu.
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