Eight teams make the cut for CincySings on April 13
Eight employee choral groups sang and danced their way into the final competition of CincySings 2016, presented by Accenture, and will join the 2015 winners, groups from Great American Insurance Group and Macy’s, on stage April 13 at Music Hall.
The CincySings Semi-Finals Competition happened March 20, with 15 teams from Greater Cincinnati's largest employers performing in front of a packed house at the Aronoff Center's Jarson-Kaplan Theatre.
Drew Lachey will again host the CincySings Finals on April 13, and the choirs will be judged by Local 12 anchor Bob Herzog, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra conductor John Morris Russell and jazz legend Kathy Wade, who also is CEO of Learning Through Art Inc.
Tickets for CincySings are on sale at the Cincinnati Arts Association website, www.cincinnatiarts.org. Tickets also can be purchased by calling 513-621-2787 or visiting the Cincinnati Arts Association box office. Regular adult admission to CincySings is $20, plus service fees. A VIP ticket costs $50, plus service fees, and includes admission to a VIP reception before the event in Corbett Tower at Cincinnati Music Hall. Premium seat and children’s tickets also are available for $30 and $10, respectively, plus fees.
Congratulations to all our CincySings finalists! We love showing off Greater Cincinnati's talented workforce.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
Glee East Fourth, which includes members from the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, REDI Cincinnati and others.
Fifth Third Bank
Procter & Gamble