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Part of the Great Music in a Great Space concert series. Hailed by the New Yorker magazine as “The world’s reigning male chorus” the GRAMMY® Award-winning vocal ensemble Chanticleer returns to the cathedral for an all new a cappella program featuring Chanticleer’s lush signature sound. Don’t miss your chance to

Final concert in the Cincinnati-based sacred music choir’s 2016-2017 concert series. Bach Cantata #40, Haydn’s Missa Sancta Nicolai, Vaughn Williams “Five Mystical Songs.” Guest conductors Carlton Monroe and Avishai Shalom.

Featuring music group His Own! Enjoy a pasta dinner and cocktails, spa treatments, and a concert by trio His Own, women who hope to inspire other women to be all they can be through their music and ministry. See and hear them at BeHisOwn.com. Reservations available for tables of six or

Lenten Vespers and Concert, with the Athenaeum Chorale, will be held in the Athenaeum’s beautiful Italian Romanesque Chapel of St. Gregory the Great. Sung Vesper liturgy includes choral repertoire from a variety of periods and traditions.

The Elder Vocal Ensemble, Elder Singing Panthers, and Starlight Band (with guest soloist) will present an Irish Cabaret at St. William Church’s Father Reardon Hall. Ticket price includes beer, soft drinks, pretzels, and chips; bring hors d’oevres if you wish. For information call Jule Conway at (513) 921-3400.

The Cincinnati Metropolitan Orchestra will present its spring concert, featuring Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” at Seton Performance Hall. Guest soloist Michelle Conda, professor of piano at CCM, will perform. Other selections include orchestral dances by Smetana and Dvorak, Gershwin’s “Cuban Overture,” and a performance by the award-winning Northern Kentucky School of

The composer of “We are Called,” “You are Mine,” “Blest are They,” and more will present a free concert Friday before a Saturday workshop.

Special guest appearance by Broadway performer D. Michael Heath! Inductees, current students, and Hall of Fame members from Seton and Elder High Schools will perform in the Seton Auditorium Reception at 5:30; concert at 7 :00. For information or for tickets call Mary at (513) 471-2600, ext. 132.

The Caladrian Ensemble presents Jennifer Roig-Francoli on baroque violin. Called “sweet-toned and mercurial” by the New York Times, and known for her work with Apollo’s Fire and other period ensembles, she will play works that span the transition from the Baroque to the Classical periods. Music by Bach, Haydn, Rust and others.

At the Immaculate Conception Chapel in the Motherhouse. The Cincinnati Harpers’ Robin, a group of several lever harps, will perform music arranged for multiple harps and voices ranging from late 12th century Europe to 17th century Britain and Ireland. The music is arranged for harp ensemble by the group’s members. Sources