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Trust by Ainsley Kellar

Award-winning photographers Robert Flischel, Ainsley Kellar and Melvin Grier discuss their careers and portfolios.


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.


Xavier University Music Series

On this episode of SHOWCASE WITH BARBARA KELLAR, Polina Bespalko and Dr. Tom Merrill discuss the upcoming season of the Xavier University Music Series. 

 

The Xavier Music Series is one of the most prestigious and longest running music series throughout the country, featuring classical piano, classical guitar and swing.  Their mission is to contribute artistically and intellectually to the cultural life of their university and throughout our community. 

 


Pamela Myers

On this episode of SHOWCASE WITH BARBARA KELLAR, Tony-nominated actress and singer Pamela Myers discusses her career on Broadway and in Hollywood.

In April 1970, Pamela Myers made her Broadway debut as “Marta” in Stephen Sondheim's musical “Company,” directed by Harold Prince. She was nominated at the 1971 Tony awards for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance of “Another Hundred People.” “Company” garnered a (then) record-breaking 14 Tony nominations and the show earned six Tony Awards, including Best Musical.


World Piano Competition 2014

Mark Ernster (Executive Director) and Awadagin Pratt (Artistic Director) explain how The World Piano Competition, in partnership with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and CCM, educates and encourages participating pianists toward a higher level of performance and musical appreciation.


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