Loveland, Ohio - On Tuesday, Jan. 27th when the Loveland Men basketball Tigers take on Turpin here at the Tiger Court for basketball, the world renown Firecrackers jump team will perform at halftime of the Varsity game that starts at 7:30 PM.
They were the underdogs- a group of unruly, girls from a small community in desperate need of change. She was a coach without a team, transferred to a struggling school on a mission to make a difference.
The 62nd Chamber Music Series features both traditional and unexpected chamber ensembles. Performers are drawn from Cincinnati’s diverse and talented roster of professional musicians. All performances are FREE!
Sunday, January 25 at 2:30 p.m. is the first performance in the series by The Taft Woodwind Quintet: John Kurokawa, Rebecca Andres, Connie Ignatiou, Kristen Smith, and Jonas Thoms.
Mark your calendar for the other dates in the Series. All performances take place at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 22: James Bunte and Associates, saxophone
Sunday, March 22: Piano Trios: Rebecca and Daniel Culnan with Frank Weinstock
Sunday, April 26: String Quartet: Eric Bates, Mari Thomas, Rebe Barnes, Hiro Matsuo
Sunday, May 31: Rachel Frankenfeld, Stephen Goist, and friends play chamber music
No reservations required. For more information, call (513) 684-4515 or click here.
“Mallet Madness is an advanced percussion group of select fourth grade students at Loveland Elementary School. - See more at: http://www.lovelandschools.org/protected/articleView.aspx?iid=5GB32Y&dasi=3IU2#sthash.9BlPd3dF.dpuf
“Mallet Madness" is an advanced percussion group of select fourth grade students at Loveland Elementary School. The group heads to school in the early morning hours to practice and audition to be part of the ensemble.
The co-directors, are teachers, Michele Henn and Kristen Planeaux. The group plays complicated pieces for xylophone, drum, accessory percussion, and recorder.
They performed at last week's State of the Schools address by superintendent, Chad Hilliker.
Get your tickets now for the January 23 – January 24 performances
The weather outside is perfect for the Loveland Middle School (LMS) Drama presentation of the story of the original Snow Queen.
Based on the Hans Christian Anderson fairytale, LMS Drama will be performing the Snow Queen on 7 PM Friday, Jan. 23, and 7 PM Saturday, Jan. 24, with a matinee 3 PM Saturday, Jan. 24 in the LMS Auditorium.
Cost is $8 for students/senior citizens and $10 for adults. Tickets are on sale at the LMS circle desk, Loveland Intermediate School circle desk and Loveland High School attendance desk.
The Clermont Festival Chorale, a choral organization made up of Clermont County residents, will be presenting their winter concert, entitled Into the Light, at Epiphany United Methodist Church at 7:30 PM on Friday night, January 23. Tickets are $5, and the concert will span a range of musical styles from Haydn through Ellington.
Pantherfest, the annual extravaganza sponsored by the Little Miami Athletic Boosters, is scheduled for Feb. 7. The event runs from noon to 5 PM at Little Miami High School.
Pantherfest will again feature food, craft booths, and lots of local performers. A special performance by Ballet Tech of Ohio is sure to be a highlight, along with demonstrations by TNT Nitro, Premier Tumbling, Hill's Martial Arts, and ShowBiz Dance.
Loveland, Ohio - Each year, The Loveland Initiative hosts of the only community-wide Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration in Loveland.
Building on the theme—“Faith is taking the first step, even when you don't see the whole staircase.” Martin Luther King Jr. — the event will feature a Recognition Award honoring the Saint Columban, Association of Student Educators and the Loveland Eagles.
The event will feature a spiritual speaker, Pastor David McCraney. In addition, New Friendship Baptist Church Angels of Praise Dancers, Resurrection Power & Living Children’s Ministry, and True Unity Baptist Church, First Missionary Baptist Church Choir, and the Oxford Gourd Drum Ensemble and Cincinnati Drum & Tribal Dance will all perform.
The event will be held at Northstar Church at 11020 S. Lebanon Road on Sunday, January 18, from 5:30 until 9 PM. The MLK Day Celebration is a potluck dinner and is free and open to the public. Loveland Initiative Director, Terri Rogers asks you to, “Please Bring a Dish to Share as you join your neighbors in celebrating the birthday of one of America's most important spiritual and inspirational leaders.”
Past Hold On Talent Slam winner receives 2014 Ohio Music Award
Olivia Frances' song, “Back to Happiness” was recently chosen as the “Best Pop Song” in the 2014 Ohio Music Awards. She said, "I am humbled and honored to have won this award."
She decided to submit that particular song for consideration because it has always gotten a positive response from listeners. People seem to love the feel good, upbeat tone of the song and obviously the judges agree.
The Ohio Music Awards strive to celebrate the rich musical tradition in the State of Ohio. Each year, they award their “Best of” in numerous categories to show how music from different genres can be interwoven to tell a greater story about music in the State of Ohio.
Olivia said, “I am completely humbled and amazed by how this one song that I started writing on the front porch of my house in the summer, has blossomed into its own being. I am so grateful to receive this award and I’d like to thank my parents, family, and friends for their continuous support.”
Olivia is a member of the Nashville Singer-Songwriter Association – with chapters in Cleveland and Cincinnati – and firmly believes in their motto; “It all begins with a song.” She puts this into practice by continuing to write and create new material with the hope that another one of her songs will touch someone and help bring the world together through her music.
Read more about the original music competition here.
The Ohio Music Awards is committed to celebrating and recognizing the rich and diverse music of Ohio’s artists by awarding Best of Ohio Music Awards in a variety of genres. The Ohio Music Awards are open to Ohio artists whose original recordings are either recorded, produced or mixed primarily within the state of Ohio.
Olivia Frances is a past winner in the Hold On Talent Slam in Loveland sponsored by Loveland Magazine and Epiphany's A.S.A.P. You can see Olivia's performance in the 2012 competition here: The HOLD ON Talent Slam HD Video.
The HOLD ON Talent Slam HD Video (2013) http://bit.ly/1cIeLz7 - See more at: http://www.lovelandmagazine.com/blog_index.html#sthash.lVK7CzyC.dpuf
“Head to Toe” Remix Don’t forget to download my “Head to Toe” remix before December 31st! All proceeds go to the VH1 Save the Music Foundation, which supports music education in public schools. You either buy the song for $1 or donate more.
Here is a holiday message from Olivia...
I really can’t express how thankful I am for you support. I created a holiday videowith photos of co-writers, mentors and friends I met in 2014. From Cincinnati to Austin to Nashville, this year has been full of adventure and great surprises!
Loveland, Oh. - The Christmas break from school is the perfect time to practice and prepare auditions for the third, Hold On Talent Slam, coming March 7, 2015. Teens can showcase their performing art in the only local competition that offers cold hard cash, and plenty of it, just for the pure fun of guests witnessing the incredible talent that is the passion of area youth. In it's first two years, $7,000.00 was awarded in prize money. As in the past, first place winners will receive the top prize award of $1,000.00 and every contestant chosen to hit the big stage will receive a cash award.
Ricky Mulvey will return for his third year as emcee, and the talent will be judged by an expert panel of Eta-Omicron Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.
Teens or their parents can inquirer about how to audition by emailing email@example.com. The audition deadline is Monday, February 9.
To see the marvelous talent competing in the first two Hold On Talent Slams you can watch these two videos: