Founded in 1992, the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) is a not-for-profit organization that oversees the programming and management of two of the Tri-state’s finest performing arts venues – the Aronoff Center for the Arts and Music Hall – and is dedicated to supporting performing and visual arts. Each year, CAA presents a diverse schedule of events; serves upwards of 600,000 people in its venues; features the work of talented local, regional, and national artists in the Weston Art Gallery (located in the Aronoff Center); and supports the work of more than one dozen resident companies. Since the inception of its acclaimed arts education programs in 1995, CAA has reached more than 1.3 million students.
CAA is proud to be a member of Ohio Citizens for the Arts, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Greater Cincinnati Convention & Visitors Bureau, Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky African American Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Over-the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce, and Performing Arts Center Consortium.
If you can distract yourself long enough from the breathtaking interior enjoy world renowned acoustics. Go see the Cincinnati Opera preform Carmen, or catch acts like The White Stripes.
Built on the site of a former orphan asylum and potter's field, Music Hall, completed in 1878, is said to be haunted. Collection of Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton Co.
Park in the garage off Central Parkway. It's easy to get in and out, and there's a skywalk that puts you right into the building. If you need to get to will call, just ask and they'll escort you.
For many years, Music Hall's North Wing housed a boxing arena, where greats like Ezzard Charles boxed. UC's basketball team spent 3 yrs there. Collection of Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton Co.
President Obama held a Town Hall at the Cincinnati Music Hall in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 16, 2012. Get your wonk on at http://NBCpolitics.com
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