Sunday, December 7, 2003

Get to it!


A guide to help make your day

Going Out

Wild about Harry? Jazz singer and pianist Harry Connick Jr., brings his tour to Music Hall. 7:30 p.m. tonight, $30.50-$65, 1243 Elm St. Over-the-Rhine. 744-3344.

Women in music: It's a virtual Who's Who of women's music pioneers: Radical Harmonies, a film about the history of women's music, is presented by MUSE Cincinnati's Women's Choir at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. today at the Esquire Theatre in Clifton. Filmmaker Boden Sandstrom will join musicians Judith Casselberry and June Millington for a panel discussion at 5 p.m., St. John's Unitarian Church, Clifton. Tickets: $10 at the door. 221-1118 or visit www.musechoir.org.

Bluegrass cinema: Up Dayton way, old-time music fans will be lining up at the Neon Movies, to see a one-night screening of King of Bluegrass: The Life and Times of Jimmy Martin, a documentary about the legendary maverick musician. Presented by Cityfolk, the event starts at 5 p.m. with an appearance by filmmaker George Goehl, who will take questions from the audience. $8 , 130 E. Fifth St., (937) 496-3863; www.cityfolk.org.

Get up and go: The Seven Hills Run/Walk is not a race; no times will be kept and no results will be recorded. This annual 12.3-mile event challenges runners and walkers to trek over a rugged course with steep hills from downtown to Price Hill's Community Center. Return transportation provided. Registration starts at 8 a.m. Race begins 9:30 a.m., Butterfield Senior Center, 22 Garfield Place, downtown, $20, $25 with long-sleeve T-shirt. 352-4020.

Holiday music: Cincinnati Camerata's Marian concert, "Es ist ein Ros," at 7 p.m. today in Covington's Mother of God Church (Mutter Gottes Kirche). The 24-voice chorus will lift their voices in music on Marian texts from Brahms to Reger. $14 at the door. (859) 441-4715.

Music for FreeStore: Holiday Hootenanny at York Street Cafe presents eight local musicians today to benefit the FreeStore/FoodBank. Donate a canned food item and hear Greg Mahan, Messerly & Ewing, Kim Taylor, Dave Purcell, Ashley Peacock, Jeff Roberson, Justin Lynch, Abiyah and more. Starting at 8 p.m., 738 York St., Newport, (859) 261-9675.

The Goods

Cat in the Hat ornaments: On the tail of the movie release of Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat, with Mike Myers, ornament wizard Kurt Adler rolls out the funny-hatted feline's ornaments and stockings from $3.99-$14.99. At Lowe's, Toys R Us, Target, Kohl's.

Planning ahead

24 hours out: Local jazz piano master Ed Moss leads his little big band the Society Jazz Orchestra, featuring special guest Sandy Suskind on flute, to the Blue Wisp Jazz Club. $5 and music starts around 9 p.m., 318 E. Eighth St., downtown, 241-9477.

E-mail jbennett @enquirer.com; fax 768-8330

Correction

The Cincinnati Opera Guild's recent Masked Opera Ball netted more than $90,000. An incorrect figure was published on the Seen page last Sunday.




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