Performing Arts

Performing Arts - Featured Video

Starling Chamber Orchestra

On this episode of SHOWCASE WITH BARBARA KELLAR, Kurt Sassmannshaus discusses the Starling Chamber Orchestra.

 

Founded by Kurt Sassmannshaus, the Starling Chamber Orchestra offers artists ages 10-18 the opportunity to perform as soloists, tour internationally, and make recordings. In March 2000, the Starling Chamber Orchestra released its first educational video, Classical Quest, which was distributed to public schools throughout Ohio for free. The program aired on 32 public television stations nationwide, including CET, and earned numerous awards.

Performing Arts Video Library

 

Barbara Kellar talks with Lee Roy Reams who is a Tony-nominated, musical theatre actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, and director.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with Evans Mirageas about Cincinnati Opera’s upcoming 2012 season.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with D. Lynn Meyers (Producing Artistic Director) and Scot Woolley (Music Director) about Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati’s next performance: “Life Could Be a Dream” which runs from May 2-20, 2012.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with Maureen Kennedy about the festivities that she has planned for St. Patrick’s Day (March 17, 2012) at the Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati.



Scot and Stacey Woolley
 

Barbara Kellar talks with the always charismatic brothers, Stacey Woolley and Scot Woolley, about their accomplished careers in music.



Violinist Viviane Hagner
 

Violinist Viviane Hagner summons her passionate artistry for the Glazunov concerto.



Peter Landgren
 

Peter Landgren, the newly appointed dean of the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, talks about their benefit event "A Moveable Feast".



Phillip Glass
 

Kathy Lehr talks with renowned music composer Philip Glass about his life; career; and the world premiere of his Second Cello Concerto “Life Reflected”.



CSO Prelude - Handel's Messiah
 

No holiday season would be complete without Messiah. Soaring and uplifting, quiet and consoling, this timeless story of redemption will warm your heart this holiday season.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with Ava Kellar about her role in the Cincinnati Ballet’s 2011 performance of the New Nutcracker.