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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 Sarah Hairston, Cincinnati Ballet's Senior Soloist, about their upcoming performances of Sleeping Beauty.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with D. Lynn Meyers, Producing Artistic Director for the Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati, about their 2010 – 2011 season.



 

Enjoy listening to some of the talented high school choirs from the Greater Cincinnati area.



 

Evans Mirageas shares an overview of opera and singing in Cincinnati and the first 90 years of Cincinnati Opera.



 

Students from Greater Cincinnati work with May Festival Youth Chorus Director, James Bagwell on Mendelssohn.



 

Students from Greater Cincinnati work with May Festival Youth Chorus Director, James Bagwell on Bach.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with Darrell Grand Moultrie and Shelley Washington about Cincinnati Ballet's ''The Sammy Project!'' which consists of two contrasting works by major modern choreographers.



Adam Hougland on CET Express
 

Barbara Kellar talks with Adam Hougland, the Resident Choreographer for the Cincinnati Ballet



 

Barbara Kellar talks with Maureen Kennedy, the Artistic Director from the Irish American Theater Company, about their upcoming performances as well as the new Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati.



MUSE presents Hope Sings Eternal
 

Celebrate the resilience and healing strength of the sisterhood, as MUSE collaborates with writer/poet Kathy Y. Wilson and multi-instrumentalist Liz Wu.