Music for All Seasons Cincinnati invites you to enjoy music for voice and instruments in the heart of one of Cincinnati’s grandest homes: Indian Hill’s historic Peterloon Estate. Our Sunday concerts in this elegant, intimate and acoustically-perfect setting begin at 2 pm, followed by tea-and-dessert with the artists.  All proceeds benefit iqoption charitable organizations in Cincinnati, including the Musical Theatre Scholarship Fund at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Please sign up for our email list (lower right), like us on Facebook and feel free to share your comments with us!

2015/2016 Concert Series


October 4, 2 pm – MOZART FOR THE VOICE

Notturni (Night Songs) for three voices; Concert arias; The Impresario, a comic opera in one act with Alan Palacios Chan, Fotina Naumenko, Heidi Middendorf, Andrew Manea and Danny White.


A holiday celebration with invited Cincinnati musical guests.

Next: February 14, 2 pm – SPEAK LOVE

Our third teatime concert of the 2015-2016 season at Peterloon Estate, in Indian Hill

Featuring Caitlin Gotimer, soprano, Kayleigh Decker, mezzo-soprano, Pedro Arroyo, tenor, and Christopher Brandon Morales, bass-baritone, Jesse Leong, Frank Weinstock and Danny White, pianists, and John Geiger, hornist, playing and singing the music of Franz Schubert’s Auf der Strom (On the Shore), Johannes BrahmsLiesbelieder Waltzes (Songs and Waltzes of Love) and a handful of Kurt Weill’s songs from his Broadway shows, including: Lady in the Dark, One Touch of Venus, Street Scene, and Knickerbocker Holiday.

Reservations: Musicseasons@zoomtown.com

Tickets: Music Seasons, PO Box 43172, Cincinnati, OH 45243 – $30; $15 students. Ticket sales benefit CCM’s Scholarship Fund.

singersKayleigh Decker • Caitlin Gotimer • Pedro Arroyo • Christopher Brandon Morales

singers2Danny White • Frank Weinstock • Jesse Leong • John Geiger

April 17, 2 pm – PARIS: CITY OF LIGHT

Camille Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals, with verses by Ogden Nash, narrated by Kimberly Daniel de Acha. Melodies by Ravel, Saint-Saens, Berlioz, Delibes, Massenet, Paladilhe, Faure and Debussy, with Annalise Dzwonczyk, soprano and Ryu Kyung Kim, mezzo-soprano. Rachel Kay Zapata, piano. Other artists to-be-announced.

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