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  • CincySings 2019 Judges

    CincySings Returns to Music Hall

    posted by Ryan Strand On Apr 12, 2019
    The top singing talent at some of Greater Cincinnati's biggest companies came together this week for CincySings, brought to you by Accenture.

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    From Karaoke to Carrying the Hallelujah

    posted by Zach Moning On May 18, 2018
    Jim Beltz, Assistant VP, Sr. CL Business Analyst Manager at Fifth Third Bank, has a not-so-hidden talent for singing. Through an ArtsWave CincySings event, that talent is now taking him to the stage of Music Hall.

  • P&G Voices of Destiny wins CincySings

    posted by Hillary Copsey On Apr 14, 2016
    Making a joyful noise, the African Ancestry Leadership Network, Voices of Destiny Ensemble won CincySings 2016. Read more to find out how many teams competed and who won the Fan Favorite voting.

  • Two Wild Card entries join CincySings

    posted by Hillary Copsey On Apr 01, 2016
    The votes were so close – and the singing so good! – two teams will make into CincySings as Wild Card entries.

  • SemiFinals Glee East Fourth Perform

    Eight teams make the cut for CincySings on April 13

    posted by Hillary Copsey On Mar 22, 2016
    CincySings returns April 13, and tickets are on sale now for the corporate choral competition.

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    CincySings returns for third year, bigger than ever

    posted by Hillary Copsey On Mar 08, 2016
    ArtsWave’s signature singing competition, CincySings presented by Accenture, returns for a third year to leverage the power of the arts to deepen people’s connection to their coworkers and Greater Cincinnati.

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    CincySings returns in 2016, presented by Accenture

    posted by Hillary Copsey On Jan 12, 2016
    Teams are forming for CincySings, the singing competition ArtsWave started in 2014. Presented by Accenture, the event is wowing local crowds and earning national attention.

  • Great American Insurance Group, CincySings 2015

    ArtsWave’s CincySings Rocks Music Hall

    posted by Rebecca Bromels On Apr 09, 2015
    Last night on April 8, ArtsWave hosted its second annual CincySings event at Cincinnati Music Hall. Hosted by artist Drew Lachey, the high-energy evening featured amazing performances by 11 employee choirs from top regional companies for a cheering crowd of more than 1,600.

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    Produced with Exuberance

    posted by Alecia Kintner On Mar 10, 2015
    My daughter Delaney recently asked me to be "The Producer" for her act in the elementary school talent show. The Working-Mommy part of my brain silently shrieked, "Oh no! I don't have time for One More Thing!" The Juggling-Mommy part of me said out loud, "Of course, what do you want to do?"

  • Duke Energy Duketeers

    Soul-sounding voices rock for the arts

    posted by Rebecca Bromels On Mar 10, 2015
    What's it like to be a part of a company Sing Off event? Our friends at Duke Energy shared this story that shows how CincySings brings employees together.

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    ArtsWave’s CincySings Competition Grows in Second Year

    posted by Rebecca Bromels On Feb 17, 2015
    ArtsWave announces the return of its region-wide choral competition, CincySings, hosted by artist Drew Lachey at Music Hall on Wednesday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m. Teams of employee choirs from top regional companies that participate in the ArtsWave Community Campaign will face-off in this high-energy evening of music and fun.

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    ArtsWave’s First-Ever CincySings Event Brings Cincinnati Together

    posted by Rebecca Bromels On Jan 28, 2015
    On April 9, ArtsWave hosted its first-ever CincySings event at the Aronoff Center. Hosted by artist Drew Lachey, the high-energy evening featured amazing performances by 11 employee choirs from top regional companies. Judges Bob Herzog, Kathy Wade, Pamela Myers, and Casey Hayes reviewed the performances and provided commentary throughout the show.

  • P&G

    posted by REBECCA BROMELS On Jan 26, 2015
    A global company with deep Cincinnati roots, P&G has been an essential partner for ArtsWave for decades. It runs the largest workplace campaign for ArtsWave with more than 6,200 employees and nearly 400 retirees giving over $1.3 million in 2014 alone. But P&G’s contributions to ArtsWave and our community go far beyond dollars.