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Constella Festival 2017

18 - 25 March 2017, Cincinnati OH

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Constella's 2017 Performances

Everybody Loves Opera
Jessica Rivera and Rodion Pogossov

March 18 - 7:30pm
Covenant First Presbyterian Church
717 Elm St, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Jessica Rivera, soprano
Rodion Pogossov, baritone
Lydia Brown, piano
Ticket Price - $25 Adult
Student - $10

8:00 pm - 9:40 pm
Piano 2.0: Melding of Man & Machine
Dan Tepfer

The New Riff Distillery
24 Distillery Way
Newport, KY 41073
4:00 PM
Adult Ticket Price - $25
Student Ticket Price - $10

Dan Tepfer
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Classical Revolution
Constella Partner Event

This is a FREE Constella Partner Event!

8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
From Russia With Love

March 23 - 7:30pm
From Russia With Love
1100 Sycamore St
Tatiana Berman, violin
Constella Festival Ensemble + CCM MoMus
Ticket Price - $25
Student Price - $10

8:00 pm - 9:45 pm
Luminous Dance
DCDC, MamLuft&Co. Dance

March 24 - 8pm
Luminous Dance
Harriet Tubman Theater - Freedom Center
50 E Freedom Way
DCDC + MamLuft & Co + Lightborne
Constella Musicians
Ticket Price - $25
Student Price - $10

8:00 pm - 9:45 pm
Constella For Kids: Free Event!

March 25 - 1pm
Constella for Kids
Contemporary Arts Center, The UnMuseum
44 E 6th St, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Price - free

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Constella Finale!
Duo Scofano / Minetti with Special Guests

March 25 - 8pm
Saturday Night Latin Fever
Gallery 708
708 Walnut St, Cincinnati OH 45202
Tatiana Berman, violin
Richard Scofano, bandoneon
Alfredo Minetti, piano
Jeff Greene, bass
Ticket Price - $35

8:00 pm - 12:00 am

What is Constella?

The name Constella is derived from constellation, a group of stars that form a recognizable pattern. Since our origin, we’ve created constellations to make sense of the vastness of the night sky and to fulfill our deep hunger to connect with the bigger world around us.

Music and art serves the same purpose. It is as essential to our existence as it is vast, and with so many existing and emerging genres and mediums at our fingertips, finding an organic, deep connection is challenging.

Five years ago renowned violinist and Constella founder Tatiana Berman envisioned a festival that helps a global audience make tangible connections in new ways. What started as a local Cincinnati music and arts festival has grown to produce a mass of interdisciplinary works, daring performances, original music, and digital content that is changing the way people perceive classical music and the performing arts.

Among Constella’s stars are Joshua Bell, Hilary Hahn, Jimmy Heath, Steven Isserlis, Paavo Jarvi, Missy Mazzoli, Nico Muhly, Anne Akiko Meyers, Valentina Lisitsa, Ted Nash, Lew Soloff, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Alexander Toradze, Simon Trpceski, Amy Dickson and Hauschka.