Music for All Seasons

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Music for All Seasons presents four daytime (2 pm) Sunday concerts in February, April, October, and December in the Historic Peterloon Estate, at 8605 Hopewell Road, in the Village of Indian Hill.

TICKETS: Single seats are $35. Student seats are $10. A $120 Flexpass may be used by one or more persons for 4 admissions to any of our four concerts during 2019.

Flexpass buyers receive an additional complimentary single ticket that may be used to bring a guest to any concert: 5 tickets at $24 each: a savings of more than 30% off single tickets.

To reserve your seat (s), please email us at indicating the number of single tickets or Flexpasses you wish to purchase and then send us a check to Music for All Seasons in Cincinnati, PO Box 43172, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243.

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 Some Americans

Louis Gottschalk  The Union  
Louis Gottschalk  The Banjo

Samuel Barber Knoxville Summer of 1915

Aaron Copland Variations on a Shaker Melody from Appalachian Spring
Aaron Copland Night Waltz from Rodeo
Aaron Copland Hoe- Down from Rodeo

George Gershwin Summertime from Porgy and Bess
Carlysle Floyd Ain’t it a pretty night from Susannah
Leonard Bernstein Take care of this House from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

George Gershwin Three Preludes for piano
George Gershwin Variations on I’ve got rhythm


amber Amber R. Monroe recently sang the role of the Governess in Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of the Screw, about which Seen and Heard-International said: “The possessor of a crystalline lyric soprano and a superb singing actress, Amber R. Monroe turned the role of the Governess into the heart and soul of the opera.”

Amber has appeared with the Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown, New York, with Opera Western Reserve, and with Oberlin in Italy, singing, among others, the part of Clara in Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, and the title role of Puccini’s Suor Angelica

roman 1 Roman Rudnytsky’s performances have taken him to over one hundred countries, appearing as soloist with orchestras and in recital. Recent engagements during his 21st tour of Great Britain and Australia included thirty concerts throughout those two countries. Retired from his position as professor of piano and music at the Dana School of Music of Youngstown State University, Indiana University School of Music, the Universities of Melbourne and Wollongong in Australia, Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and as Artist-in-Residence at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.




 Rivaling the grandest country estates of America and Europe, with its 36 rooms, 19 fireplaces, 21 baths, and its surrounding gardens and buildings, set in the middle of hundreds of wooded acres, Peterloon was designed in a blend of Georgian and Queen Anne styles and built in 1928 by William Adams Delano, of Delano & Aldrich, the leading country-house architectural firm in the United States at the time.

In 1979, no longer occupying the premises, the family created the Peterloon Foundation, with a mission to maintain the house and gardens for the benefit, education and enjoyment of the greater Cincinnati com


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