Feb
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2018
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Music Section

  • World House Choir: Come sing with us

    The World House Choir will welcome new members on Nov. 7.

    The World House Choir, an inclusive, multicultural, mixed-voice community choir based in Yellow Springs, is welcoming new members as the group prepares for its next set of performances, including events in Yellow Springs, Dayton and Cincinnati.

  • Legendary local drummer releases greatest hits

    Gregory “Duke” Dewey, best known as the drummer for the ’60s psychedelic band Country Joe and the Fish, recently released a greatest hits album with the help of crowdfunding.

  • Gathering to remember young musician

    Yellow Springs-based soul and rock jam band Gin-soaked Angels has announced on social media that a gathering to remember the life of the group’s bassist, Benjamin (Ben) Rorrer, who died earlier this week, will be held Sunday, Jan. 28, at Spirited Goat Coffee House, beginning at 7 p.m.

  • Czech Quartet to play CMYS

    The Bennewitz String Quartet will perform Sunday, Feb. 11, at the First Presbyterian Church, continuing the Chamber Music in Yellow Springs 2017–18 concert series. (Submitted photo)

    On Sunday, Feb. 11, Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will present the outstanding Bennewitz String Quartet at 7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church.

  • Czech group Bennewitz Quartet next up for CMYS

    Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will present the Bennewitz Quartet on Feb. 11.

    On Sunday, Feb. 11, Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will present the Bennewitz String Quartet.

  • Stringing us along

    Spectators and participants in the Cello Springs Festival 2018 technique workshop include, from left, Paul Van Ausdal, Jane Baker (partially obscured), Chiara Enderle, Miriam and Eleanor Liske-Doorandish and Joshua Dent. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    About 15 cellists gathered at Rockford Chapel Saturday, Jan. 6, for a technique workshop, part of the 2018 Cello Springs Festival.

  • Cello Springs returns to village

    Cello Springs Festival, an 11-day cello extravaganza, returns to Yellow Springs with a series of public, semi-public and private events through Saturday, Jan. 13. From left, are co-directors Miriam and Lisa Liske-Doorandish and Chiara Enderle. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    Like snowbirds of a sort, cello players from far and away have descended on Yellow Springs in recent days for the second annual Cello Springs Festival.

  • BLOG—Jesus on Jesus

    Playing a Christ who resonates with millions outside of Christianity takes a great deal of faith. For Ted Neeley, that began when he was a bow-legged drummer from Texas who screamed high notes at church gatherings. Ever since, people have been grabbing at the hem of his garment.

  • Sax quartet comes to CMYS

    Project Fusion, a saxophone quartet, will perform on Sunday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, presented by Chamber Music in Yellow Springs. Members include Michael Sawzin, tenor saxophone; Matthew Amedio, alto saxophone; Dannel Espinoza, soprano saxophone; Matt Evans, baritone saxophone. (Submitted photo)

    On Sunday, Oct. 29, Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will present the second of this season’s “Quartet of Quartets” with Project Fusion, a young saxophone quartet.

  • A singer’s path, at the Little Art

    Acclaimed tenor and former Yellow Springs resident Martin Bakari will be coming to the Little Art Theatre on Friday, Sept. 29, for conversation, Q&A, a reception and two short song selections as part of the Little Art’s “Homecoming” series. Tickets are $30, and can be purchased at the Little Art box office. (Submitted photo by Tim Knox)

    Acclaimed tenor Martin Bakari still calls Yellow Springs home, though he’s lived in New York for the past five years, and Boston for six years before that.

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