Featuring music by TRIIIBE artists Siri Imani and Aziza Love
Two performances only on May 19th at Memorial Hall with Music Director Jillian Harrison-Jones
Cincinnati, Ohio – The many social justice causes that MUSE Cincinnati Women’s Choir has addressed since its inception in 1984 are still relevant decades later. MUSE commemorates its 35th season with a repertoire of new and classic commissions. We look to remember the past as we consider the future of MUSE, social justice movements and the world.
MUSE is pleased to welcome Music Director Jillian Harrison-Jones to the podium for her first major concert with MUSE. “This could not be a more exciting time for MUSE, as we celebrate 35 amazing years of music-making in the name of social justice. We are honored to share the stage with some of Cincinnati’s greatest community activists and organizations, from TRIIIBE to the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus and more.
Join us as we journey through our her-story, as we look back at the various civil rights issues of our nation and world that have shaped our identity as an organization and driven our purpose toward peace & justice over the past 35 years. We also look to the future, as we sing songs and raise awareness regarding issues that still plague our world. These concerts serve to share the narrative of the underrepresented and light a flame in the hearts of all who attend, so that we as a community may continue more vigorously than ever in the fight toward peace and social justice… for another 35 years!”
MUSE presents LOOKING BACK, MOVING FORWARD at Memorial Hall (1225 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202) on Saturday, May 19, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets at www.musechoir.org. Adult/General Admission $20, Senior/Student $17 and Child $10. Childcare is available by reservation to email@example.com.