MUSE Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir Fall Concert
MUSE is thrilled to be working with ethnomusicologist Dr. Tammy Kernodle of Miami University to bring a performance that hearkens back to the New Spirituals Project, titled She Don’t Stop.
This performance will weave the rich history of music and the African American experience, beginning with traditional spirituals born of slave resistance and ending with present day resistance music.
MUSE will perform new commissions and arrangements by African American women composers such as Jacqueline Hairston, Lori Hicks, and Maria Thompson-Corley; songs like Nina Simone’s daring protest song “Mississippi Goddam”, Ysaye Barnwell’s “Go Down Moses”, and “Strange Fruit”, made famous by Billie Holiday. MUSE also welcomes Siri Imani of TRIIIBE back to the stage.
MUSE strives to make its performances affordable to all. Please choose from the following ticket options. NEW- If you find you cannot afford the $20 General Admission Price at this time, please select the “Sponsored” Option.
$20 General Admission
$10 Sponsored “Pay it Forward”