The Portland Cello Project has taken on a life of its own, bringing its unique, eclectic musical mix and collaborations with other types of performing artists to bars, live music venues, loading docks and other places cellos – and classical music – never dreamed they’d go.
Go behind the scenes at the recent Ohioana Book Festival to meet some amazing Ohio authors.
Don’t miss some sweet Valentine’s Art from German Village icon Schmidt’s Fudge Haus.
The silt walkers of HighJinks Productions talk about this exciting and risky art.
ArtZine interviews Amy Tan, the author of The Joy Luck Club, who came to Columbus as part of the Big Read, a national initiative that promotes reading as an integral aspect of American culture. We follow her as she participates in the Asian Festival and talks with our own Charlene Brown about her career.
Follow the Columbus COSI team as they travel to Egypt to gather video and material for their new exhibit ‘Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets, Modern Science.’
The Lincoln Theater is open and we talk to Gene Walker, Columbus’ own master sax player, as he remembers his own past at the theatre and how important it is to bring jazz back to the neighborhood.
To celebrate local photographer Kojo Kamau’s 70th Birthday, the Columbus Museum of Art is presenting a retrospective of his work – a career that has spanned 50 years. We visit Kojo at his studio and talked about his commitment to recording the life and times of Columbus, Ohio.
Every year, Opera Columbus invites the best new singers in the nation to compete in the Irma M. Cooper Opera Columbus International Vocal Competition. We followed the contestants from nail biting backstage preparations to the winner’s performance.
ProMusica brings back tradition of home concerts. We tagged along to find out the challenges that pianist Donald Berman and horn player Karl Pituch face when performing for such an intimate crowd.