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Wednesdays in the Woods: Triiibe, Stamp Your Brassports

Clifton Cultural Arts Center
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Come celebrate everything great about summer at our spirited series of 10 free weekly concerts, this week featuring the musical stylings of Triiibe LLC and Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, presenting “Stamp Your Brassports”. Good friends, good tunes, good food, good times with a variety of hands-on art making activities for the kids – all at the historic 1911 Burnet Woods bandstand!

About the Performance: Stamp Your Brassports
Take a trip around the globe with the CCO brass quintet as they highlight selections from several continents, including Argentinian tango, Russian medleys and Japanese classical works.

This week's food vendor is Empanadas Aqui

Visit our website to learn more about this week's bands, and for the entire Wednesdays in the Woods lineup: https://tinyurl.com/2018-wednesdays-in-the-woods

About the Bands:
Triiibe LLC is a

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Winners of the 2017 Cincinnati Entertainment Award Winners- R&B/FUNK/SOUL, TRIIIBE members include PXVCE, Aziza Love, and Siri Imani. TRIIIBE combines art and activism, using their music as a vehicle to raise awareness of social issues; the most recent example being the TRIIIBE Drive started in January 2018, through which they encouraged community members to donate clothing items for distribution to the homeless.

The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1974, is widely recognized as one of the leading performing arts organizations in the region, creating intimate, transformative experiences that connect the musically curious. The organization has established an impressive record of presenting highly inventive collaborative programming, partnering with organizations including Madcap Puppets, MamLuft&Co. Dance, Elementz, Cincinnati Observatory and VAE: Cincinnati's Vocal Arts Ensemble. The CCO’s size allows for flexibility and creativity in programming, the ideal ensemble for presenting orchestral works from the Baroque and Classical eras, as well as commissioned works by contemporary composers.