Maureen A. Kennedy, one of the Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati's founding members, talks about their upcoming programs and exhibits that are open to the public.
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Conductor of the Cincinnati Pops, John Morris Russell, speaks of the vibrant, lively music that is the Cincinnati Pops.
Former Music Director Paavo Jarvi discusses "American Portraits", the composers included and the American classical music tradition.
Tony Ellis, musician and songwriter, takes traditional banjo music to new heights.
Experience the adventures of Mephistopheles in Liszt' Mephisto, Waltz No 1. Then take another look at Beethoven's popular Fifth Symphony as a struggle against Fate with surprising optimism.
In Southeast Ohio, nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, lies a guitar camp like none other.
Members of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra interpret the pieces played during the April 2011 concert "Pictures at an Exhibition".
Members of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra offer insight on three works composed by Antonín Dvorák.
Kathy Lehr talks with Alfonso Cornejo and Maria Molina about the 2010 Census data for Hispanics and why this information is important.
Barbara Kellar talks with Miriam West about The HealthCare Connection's 5th Annual Signature Jazz Concert.
On this episode of Focus, Nick Vehr, Lori Lobsiger, and Steve Milloy talk about the 2012 World Choir Games that will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio (USA) from July 4 through 14, 2012.