The Woodward Theater is one of the venues for the 2015 music and arts festival Constella, presenting “French Inspirations” (featuring pianist Simon Trpčeski) on Wednesday, April 15 and “Not So Classical” (featuring violinist Tatiana Berman and pianist Elena Kholodova) on Thursday, April 16. The Woodward is located at 1404 Main St., Cincinnati, in the neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine.
Constella challenges misconceptions of classical music and the performing arts through the creation of original music, interdisciplinary works, and digital content. It also provides educational and showcase opportunities for young artists, ensuring a vibrant future for self-expression.
Constella, now in its fourth season, has grown beyond a local arts festival. It continually gains international attention for its unique programming, featured international artists and brave performances. It’s founder, violinist Tatiana Berman, is thrilled to bring some of the most renowned artists in the world to the city she loves.
Among Constella’s stars are Joshua Bell, Hilary Hahn, Hauscka, Amy Dickson, Jimmy Heath, Steven Isserlis, Paavo Jarvi, Missy Mazzoli, Nico Muhly, Anne Akiko Meyers, Valentina Lisitsa, Ted Nash, Lew Soloff and Jean-Yves Thibaudet.
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