Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Celtic sounds of The Ladies of Longford. Celebrating more than a dozen years in the local music scene of Columbus, the five women who make up the band often infuse elements of country and rock into their songs, creating a unique blend of both traditional and contemporary Irish styles.
At the turn of the 20th century, a wide spectrum of exciting work was being created by avant-garde artists in Paris, showcasing the city’s nightlife scenes — from seedy brothels to bawdy cabarets.
A new exhibit at Columbus Museum of Art focuses on a group of artists at the center of this artistic and cultural scene of Paris.
David Danzmayr was appointed last year as Music Director of the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra. Born and raised in Austria, he grew up playing the piano but always knew what path he would inevitably pursue, having been fascinated as a child to the movement and gestures of the conductor.
The work of Columbus artist April Sunami generally includes the female form with a focus on head coverings and elaborate and ornamental hair themes, which she describes as an extension of the psyche and a representation of the spirit. Her work can be viewed along with several other artists at a new exhibit coming to Second Sight Studio this month.
Since their incarnation in 2009, Columbus-based musicians Angela Perley & The Howling Moons have built a steady following with their unique blend of Americana and good ole’ rock-n-roll. The group’s first full-length record, “Hey Kid,” was released this January and contains the fiery single “Hurricane.”
Columbus artist John Sunami has created many pieces of public art. His latest installation is a sculpture at the new Maloney Health Center on the city’s South Side.
Sunami talks about his interests in many forms of art and also discusses the opportunities and obligations that come with a commission to create art for a public space.