The influence of German culture in Cincinnati extends beyond the organizations that keep the history and traditions of German immigrants alive into realms of the arts, cuisine, and community. Currently, Cincideutsch has several relationships that provide members with opportunities to enjoy the work of Cincinnati’s talented artists and musicians and to become involved in the city’s latest developments.
Cincinnati Chamber Opera
Founded by Cincideutsch member, Autumn West, and fellow CCM alum Shawn Mylnek, the organization aspires to bring high-quality, fully staged opera productions to the Cincinnati area in an intimate, chamber setting, as well as to give local young talent an opportunity to showcase their voices and their work.
Built in 1873 as a result of the May Festival, Music Hall is home to performances by Cincinnati’s Opera, Ballet, Symphony Orchestra, Pops Orchestra, and May Festival Chorus. To partake in the modern musical culture of Cincinnati, contact email@example.com for the members’ group rates.
Also known as OTR, this neighborhood acquired its name due to the large population of German immigrants living north of the Miami-Erie Canal during the mid-nineteenth century. This community is getting back in touch with its roots through renovation projects and events, breathing life back into the streets of the city.
OTR Brewery District
OTR Matters (Blog)