Map: Christ Church Cathedral (Downtown Cincinnati)
Matthias Maute has an international reputation as a conductor, as well as a recorder and flute player. Mr. Maute is esteemed for his artistic direction of Ensemble Caprice, for whom he produces ingenious and fascinating programs. With this ensemble he regularly appears at major festivals world wide. In Canada he has performed at the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Festival international du Domaine Forget and Elora Festival among others.
A Common Thread
Sunday March 17 - 3:00PM
The Mercantile Library
Monday March 18 - 7:00PM
Catacoustic collaborates with wildly successful concert:nova in a program that features music for new and old instruments based on text by Shakespeare.
concert:nova is a world-class ensemble that reshapes the musical experience with engaging, adventurous and multi-dimensional performances. They have quickly established a reputation in Cincinnati as a fresh and dynamic chamber group that blends together traditional and contemporary with a visual twist to explore a modern, kinetic & powerful new concert experience.
One caveat: because concert:nova and Catacoustic both have a sizable fan base, be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible as this concert will sell out quickly!
Catacoustic by Candlelight
Saturday, April 20 – 7:30PM
St. Thomas Episcopal Church (Terrace Park)
Travel back in time to the days of Elizabethan England with John Dowland’s Lachrimae (the most beautiful and popular music of the Renaissance) in this collaborative concert with Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. This has been Catacoustic"s most popular concert for the last two years and sells out to standing room only very quickly! Don't wait to get your tickets -- buy online and please, plan to arrive at the hall early!
Mt. Auburn Presbyterian (Clifton)
Catacoustic’s first concert of the season features the timeless beauty of French baroque music for two violas da gamba, harp, and theorbo. Music by Marais as part of the Middfest and Constella Festivals.
Artistic director Annalisa Pappano (above) is a highly-sought-after performer of the lirone, pardessus, and viola da gamba. She performs frequently throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Pappano has been recognized for bringing together the best talent in the world to present groundbreaking programs and landmark performances in Cincinnati.
Saturday, December 1, 2012 – 7:30PM
Church of the Advent (Walnut Hills)
Sacred music from 17th-century Catholic Rome with Youngmi Kim, soprano, accompanied by Michael Leopold on theorbo with Annalisa Pappano on lirone and viola da gamba. Elizabeth Motter will play the baroque triple harp.
Michael Leopold travels to us from Milan, Italy. He is in constant demand in Europe and Japan for his continuo skills. Ms. Kim is a regular featured vocalist with the Catacoustic Consort. She tours internationally and has been recognized with awards in both the U.S. and Europe. Elizabeth Motter lives in Cincinnati where she works as a professional harpist.
Purchase your tickets for any of these concerts HERE