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Cincinnati Camerata

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Christ Church Cathedral

March 19th @ 3:20PM

We’re so excited to be a part of the @The May Festival’s 25 for 25: A New Time for Choral Music project! 25 new works commissioned by 25 local choral ensembles in collaboration with @Luna Composition Lab, just in time for the May Festival’s 150th Anniversary season!

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Norman Chapel at Spring Grove Cemetery

May 7th @ 3:00PM

The theme of this concert is From Death to Life – Our program employs the aural, visual, and spacial senses to portray a progression from mourning to gladness, from grief to acceptance, from death to life. Come join us and experience the beauty of the chapel and the beauty of nature.

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Cincinnati Spotlight on 90.9 WGUC

Listen to Ben Owen’s, Artistic Director, Interview talking about the upcoming program, Queen of Peace.

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Cincinnati Camerata is a 501(c)(3) non-profit mixed-voice chamber choir of accomplished volunteer singers

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Cincinnati Camerata is a small-arts choral ensemble of around 25 mixed voices in Southwestern Ohio.

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Meet our new Artistic Director

Ben Owen is currently Director of Music Ministries and Choirmaster at Hyde Park Community Methodist Church, where he oversees all music activities and conducts the Cathedral, Wesley, and Youth choirs. Studying with Dr. Timothy Stalter and Dr. David Puderbaugh, Ben earned his MA in Choral Conducting and Pedagogy from the University of Iowa where he was an active conductor, tenor, and accompanist. He also founded and conducted Canticum Novum, a semi-professional choral ensemble based in Eastern Iowa specializing in sacred music.