Sunday, September 21, 2003

On stage at the Black Box



The Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art is presenting music, drama and other arts events in its Black Box Theatre, as part of its Performance Affiliates program.

Watch also for performances from Cincinnati Playwrights Initiative, The Cincinnati Saints, Contemporary Dance Theater, Cincinnati Film Society and InterMedia Festival.

Below are some upcoming musical events. Tickets: $20. 345-8400.

Oct. 10 - "Time Travel." Arc Ensemble, Demetrius Fuller, director, with pianist Anna Polusmiak and WGUC-FM's Naomi Lewin, guest narrator. Olivier Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time and Aaron Jay Kernis' Four Stages of Futuristic Cuisine. 7:30 p.m.

Nov. 16 - The Amernet String Quartet performs works that have been commissioned or dedicated to the quartet. 4 p.m.

Nov. 20 - Arc Ensemble, Demetrius Fuller, conductor; Tanja Becker-Bender, violinist. Kurt Weill, Concerto for Violin, Frank Zappa, Dog Breath Variations, Dorothy Hindman, Chemistry; and Arnold Schoenberg, Kammersymphonie. 7:30 p.m.

Janelle Gelfand




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