Skip To The Main Content

Making Waves

How the Arts Make An Impact

  • jim-beltz-karaoke

    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.

  • Sunday concert Opera baritone and conductor

    More than 2,000 people enjoy final concert of Macy's Arts Sampler 2016

    posted by Hillary Copsey On Mar 08, 2016
    The special collaborative "Be The Hero!" concert, featuring the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera and Cincinnati May Festival Chorus, attracted the largest attendance ever at a Macy's Arts Sampler event.

  • Pops Brass and Mr. Redlegs

    The More, The Merrier

    posted by Alecia Kintner On Jul 15, 2015
    Cincinnati knows how to throw a festive party whether it’s all about baseball, music, beer, or innovation. It’s time to invite more of the world to our party, not just for the national spotlight and tourist revenue that these events provide, but also for the infusion of energy and exchange of new ideas that they inspire among our creative workforce. The more, the merrier… and the stronger our region becomes.

  • Irish ASG

    Cincinnati Arts Organizations Welcome All-Star Visitors

    posted by Rebecca Bromels On Jul 13, 2015
    In partnership with the Community Organizing Committee (@BatterUpCincy) and Downtown Cincinnati, Inc., ArtsWave created a series of pop-up arts performances at CVG Airport and around Downtown.

  • May Festival Chorus

    posted by REBECCA CALKIN On Jan 26, 2015
    The May Festival Chorus draws its membership from all over the Tri-State and from all different backgrounds, bringing people together who might never otherwise have met, but who share a passion and dedication for vocal music. Over 100 men and women ages 18 to 70+ rehearse at least three hours each week from September through May to bring choral masterworks and new commissions to the region.