Ulugbek Rahmatullaev

Qish faslining ilk oyida, Dekabr, qaynoq unitilmas sevimli qushiqlar va albatta “yana bir imkon” deb nomlangan yangi konsert dasturi bilan Amerika Qushma Shtatlarda Uzbekistonda Xizmat Kursatgan Artist Ulugbek Rahmatullaev hamda halqimizning sevimli ijodkori kulgu ustasi Avaz Oxun sizlar bilan bayram kayfiyatlarida uchrashadilar.

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In the first month of winter, December, with unforgettable favorite songs and a new concert program called “Another Chance”, Ulugbek Rahmatullaev, the National Singer of Uzbekistan and favorite comedian Avaz Oxun, will meet you in a festive mood.

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STARDEW VALLEY: FESTIVAL OF SEASONS

Immerse yourself in the melodies of nature, as a chamber orchestra brings to life the music of Stardew Valley!

Stardew Valley: Festival of Seasons is an intimate, immersive live concert featuring fresh arrangements of the most cherished songs from the game’s mesmerizing soundtrack.

Curated by ConcernedApe, the concert program will take you on a musical journey through the four seasons of the valley, its unforgettable festivals, and its beloved villagers.

Join us at Festival of Seasons and experience the magic of Stardew Valley like never before!

Steve Hoskins and the Phil DeGreg Trio play Paul Simon

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Steve Hoskins and the Phil DeGreg Trio play Paul Simon

From Simon & Garfunkel to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, singer-songwriter and musician Paul Simon is one of the most acclaimed musicians in popular music. Saxophonist and flutist Steve Hoskins joins the Phil DeGreg Trio to bring Paul’s intricate melodies to life in a jazz setting.

Featuring Steve Hoskins (saxophone), Phil DeGreg (piano), Aaron Jacobs (bass) and John Taylor (drums)

Doors at 6:30p, Show 7:00 – 9:00p

About Jazz at the Memo: Bop your winter blues with Jazz at the Memo as the popular series returns to the beautiful and acoustically superb Anderson Theater at Memorial Hall. Enjoy the finest of Cincinnati’s thriving jazz scene, including some of the region’s premier women and BIPOC artists, in intimate and often surprising performances. Fantastic acts making their JATM debuts in 2024 include boogie phenom Ben Levin, vocalist Wendell Anderson, the Luso-Brazilian fusion of Duo Rocha Gandara and the Four Strangers Quartet with their tribute to John Coltrane.

Subscription packages now available! Don’t want to miss a beat of jazz this winter? Purchase our Jazz at the Memo subscription package and receive reserved seating for all 17 winter performances, representing a savings of $64 in ticketing fees.

Beginning in May, the party moves outdoors! Join us across the street for Washington Park’s “Jazz in the Park,” Monday evenings through October (excepting holidays); and for Fountain Square’s “Jazz at the Square” programs, Tuesday evenings May through September.

Learn more HERE.

Sarah Jarosz: Polaroid Lovers Tour with Special Guest Le Ren

Four-time GRAMMY winner Sarah Jarosz has announced her new album, Polaroid Lovers. The record is set for release on January 26th, 2024 via Rounder Records. To mark the occasion she has shared the album opener, “Jealous Moon,” and its companion video. WATCH HERE. The song finds Jarosz backed by a decidedly more electric band, with her Texas lilt as clear and evocative as ever. Polaroid Lovers is available for pre-order today digitally and on vinyl with gray, lavender, orange and green splatter variants. Indie retailers will also have a special blue and green splatter vinyl. For more information visit https://store.sarahjarosz.com/

 

More About Sarah Jarosz and Polaroid Lovers:

The seventh full-length from four-time Grammy Award-winner Sarah Jarosz, Polaroid Lovers is an album-long meditation on those strangely ephemeral moments that indelibly shape our lives. “What I love about a Polaroid is that it’s capturing something so fleeting, but at the same time it makes that moment last forever,” says the Texas-born singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist. “It made sense as a title for a record where all the songs are snapshots of different love stories, and there’s a feeling of time being expansive despite that impermanence.” Thanks to the rarefied alchemy that infuses all of Jarosz’s output — her finely wrought lyricism, ravishing vocal work, virtuosic yet unfettered musicality — Polaroid Lovers performs the much-needed magic of leading us toward a heightened sense of presence, all while casting a lovely spell with her timelessly powerful songs.

The follow-up to 2020’s studio album World on the Ground (winner of the Grammy Award for Best Americana Album) and 2021’s song cycle Blue Heron Suite, Polaroid Lovers embodies a bold new vitality that has much to do with a deliberate shift in Jarosz’s writing process and sonic approach. “Historically I’ve been somewhat closed off to co-writing, but in the past couple of years I’ve felt curious to get out of my comfort zone,” says the newly Nashville-based artist, who released her debut album at just 18-years-old. “For a long time it was important to me to write for myself, so that I wouldn’t get lost in those rooms full of amazing writers. But now that I’m more confident in my musical identity, I know I can collaborate but still stay true to my own voice.” In one of her first co-writing sessions for Polaroid Lovers, Jarosz joined forces with Daniel Tashian (a songwriter/musician/producer known for his multi-award-winning work on Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour) and immediately felt an undeniable creative connection. “Daniel and I were both so excited by the idea of creating a new sound together, and he pushed me in ways I felt completely ready for and open to,” she says. “It felt really good to allow myself that freedom, and to take that leap into something new.”

Produced by Tashian at the legendary Sound Emporium, Polaroid Lovers took shape as Jarosz recorded live with musicians like guitarist Rob McNelley (Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood), Tom Bukovac (Tom Petty, Vince Gill) on guitar and organ, her husband bassist Jeff Picker (Nickel Creek), and drummer Fred Eltringham (Sheryl Crow, Lucinda Williams), carving out a viscerally potent but resplendent brand of folk-rock. Along with layering in such delicately crafted details as otherworldly textures and luminous synth tones, Jarosz and Tashian forged the album’s singular sound by foregrounding her spirited performance on octave mandolin. “Out of everything I play, the octave mandolin is definitely my soulmate,” says Jarosz, who first took up mandolin at age nine, quickly gained major acclaim in the bluegrass world, and also plays guitar and banjo throughout Polaroid Lovers. “I started playing it when I was 16, and that’s when I started writing songs that truly felt like me — there’s something about the tonality that really lets my voice shine through.”

With her co-writers on Polaroid Lovers also including artists like Ruston Kelly, Natalie Hemby, and Sarah Buxton as well as heavy-hitters like Jon Randall (Miranda Lambert, Emmylou Harris) and Gordie Sampson (Willie Nelson, Trisha Yearwood), Jarosz opens the album on “Jealous Moon”: a gloriously soaring and exquisitely nuanced track that instantly sweeps the listener up in its bristling emotionality. “That song is about the parts of ourselves that we try to keep hidden, and the moments when they rise to the surface and we just have to ride the wave,” says Jarosz, who co-wrote “Jealous Moon” with Tashian on a trip to his family’s summer house in Monteagle, Tennessee. “Daniel and I call it our little Monteagle song that could — it started off with me playing ukulele and him playing nylon-string guitar on the porch, then blossomed into this very powerful song that knocked me off my feet.”

Next, on “When the Lights Go Out,” Jarosz shares the sweetly lilting reverie that gave the album its title (from the first verse: “In a dream we were Polaroid lovers/In the deep where the edges don’t lie”). “I wrote that song with Jon Randall and Gordie Sampson, who suggested we try something in a 6/8 time signature — which is such a simple idea, but took us in a direction I might never have gone otherwise,” she says. “To me the lyrics are a way of asking someone you’re intrigued by, ‘Who are you when all the shine and attention isn’t on you anymore? Who are you really?’” Another track co-written with Randall, “Runaway Train” kicks the album into high gear as Jarosz serves up a bright and soulful love song built on a wildly sing-along-ready chorus (“You’ve got a heart like a runaway train/Screaming down the mountainside/Burning like a fever that you can’t contain/Humming like the 405”). “Coming out of the pandemic and playing shows again, I realized that a lot of the more uptempo songs in my set were covers,” she says. “I wanted to write a love song that would give people that joyful feeling, and Jon and I had so much fun playing with all those images of California and Colorado and Texas Hill Country, which is where I grew up.”

One of the most poignant moments on Polaroid Lovers, “Columbus & 89th” drifts into a dreamlike beauty as Jarosz reflects on the ineffable heartache of leaving her longtime home of New York City back in 2020. “New York signified this childhood dream that I’d had for so long, so moving to Nashville was like turning the page from youth to adulthood,” she says. “‘Columbus & 89th’ ended up just pouring out of me once Daniel and I started working on it — there was so much nostalgia and melancholy that I needed to process, and now I still tear up whenever I hear it. As a songwriter my main goal is to tell the truth about my experience, and I think the fact that that song makes me so emotional means that I was tapping into real feeling.” Written on the same trip that yielded “Columbus & 89th” (a journey to Alabama’s Orange Beach with Tashian’s family), “Days Can Turn Around” unfolds as a gently swaying folk song threaded with warmly delivered instruction for living well no matter what the circumstances (e.g., “Never turn down cold champagne/Don’t change your plans for a little rain”). “Both of those songs have similar themes of thinking back and looking forward, but trying your best to be in the moment,” says Jarosz. “With ‘Days Can Turn Around,’ I wanted to talk about all those little gems of wisdom you hear from you parents that end up taking on a whole new meaning when you finally become an adult.”

As Jarosz reveals, her very first co-writing session with Tashian helped draw out the deep-rooted confidence that informed all of the album’s creation. “That first day Daniel and I worked together we wrote a song called ‘Take the High Road,’ which is about taking the time to really know yourself and get comfortable in your own skin, even if it might take a little longer to get to where you want to be,” she says. “There was something so beautiful about that being the first song we wrote for this album — it gave me the push I needed to not be afraid, to move beyond the boundaries and explore new sounds.” A widely beloved musician whose past efforts include teaming up with fellow singer/songwriters Sara Watkins and Aoife O’Donovan to form the Grammy Award-winning trio I’m With Her — as well as appearing on albums by iconic artists like David Crosby and Amy Ray of Indigo Girls — Jarosz derived a particularly profound sense of purpose from the highly collaborative process behind Polaroid Lovers. “Maybe more than any record I’ve ever made, I felt so present and hyper-emotional with this album because I believed in it so much,” she says. “It was so joyful to work with all these writers and musicians, and I think that joy really comes through.”

Looking back on the making of Polaroid Lovers, Jarosz notes that shaking up her process ultimately left her eager to further expand her creative horizons. “It was a big step for me to reach out to Daniel, but in the end it showed me how important it is to keep taking thoughtful chances,” she says. “This whole album reminded me that I never want to play it safe — if anything, I want there to always be that element of being a little scared, because that means I’m taking a risk. In a way that’s what’s so wonderful about art: if you’re lucky, you never reach the finish line. You just keep searching and chiseling away at the stone, and putting everything you can into making something that tells the truth but hopefully leaves space for others to find meaning too.”


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CARLOS VARGAS DUO PLAYS RON CARTER & JIM HALL’S “ALONE TOGETHER”

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Carlos Vargas Duo plays Ron Carter & Jim Hall’s “Alone Together”

Featuring “near-telepathic communication” between two masters of the craft, Ron Carter & Jim Hall’s “Alone Together” is a classic record for jazz fans and jazz musicians alike. Carlos Vargas pairs with bassist Justin Dawson for an evening of introspective and thought-provoking music.

Featuring Carlos Vargas (guitar) and Justin Dawson (bass)

Doors at 6:30p, Show 7:00 – 9:00p

About Jazz at the Memo: Bop your winter blues with Jazz at the Memo as the popular series returns to the beautiful and acoustically superb Anderson Theater at Memorial Hall. Enjoy the finest of Cincinnati’s thriving jazz scene, including some of the region’s premier women and BIPOC artists, in intimate and often surprising performances. Fantastic acts making their JATM debuts in 2024 include boogie phenom Ben Levin, vocalist Wendell Anderson, the Luso-Brazilian fusion of Duo Rocha Gandara and the Four Strangers Quartet with their tribute to John Coltrane.

Subscription packages now available! Don’t want to miss a beat of jazz this winter? Purchase our Jazz at the Memo subscription package and receive reserved seating for all 17 winter performances, representing a savings of $64 in ticketing fees.

Beginning in May, the party moves outdoors! Join us across the street for Washington Park’s “Jazz in the Park,” Monday evenings through October (excepting holidays); and for Fountain Square’s “Jazz at the Square” programs, Tuesday evenings May through September.

Learn more HERE.

Matinee Musicale Pene Pati and Amina Edris

Pick 3 recitals for $90 available now! Call 977-8838 to order

with Robert Mollicone, piano

Tenor Pene Pati has been hailed as ​“the most exceptional tenor discovery of the last decade” (Opéra-Online) after his early debuts as ll Duca di Mantova (Rigoletto) at San Francisco Opera under Nicola Luisotti and Percy (Anna Bolena) at Opéra National de Bordeaux under Paul Daniel. In 2022, he won the International Opera Awards 2022 Reader’s Choice Award.  Now an exclusive recording artist for Warner Classics, Pene Pati’s self-titled debut album of Italian and French arias, recorded with Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine and Emmanuel Villaume, was released in 2022 to a string of five-star reviews and earned him the Opus Klassik 2022 Newcomer of the Year Award.

Widely recognized as one of the most exciting artists of his generation, the last few seasons have brought Pati many important debuts including L’elisir d’amore (Nemorino) at Opéra National de Paris; Roméo et Juliette (Roméo) at San Francisco Opera, Opéra Comique and Opéra National de Bordeaux; La traviata (Alfredo) at Staatsoper Berlin, Dutch National Opera and Bolshoi Theatre and Lucia di Lammermoor (Edgardo) at Teatro San Carlo di Napoli.  On the concert stage, Pati joined Franz Welser-Möst and The Cleveland Orchestra in Verdi’s Otello (Cassio), Hans Graf and Tonkünstler Orchester for Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde and Mikko Franck and Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France for Beethoven’s Symphony No.9. 

Pati has earned much competition success, taking the coveted Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge ​‘Bel Canto’ Award (2012), First Prize at the Montserrat Caballé International Aria Competition (2014), Second and Audience Prize at Operalia (2015) and Second Prize at Neue Stimmen (2015).

 

Soprano Amina Edris has been hailed as a “revelation” (Forum Opera) and praised for her “lustrous” tone (Opera News). Born in Egypt and raised in New Zealand, she has blended her cultural background to create her own unique artistic identity, making her one of opera’s most intriguing young stars.

Ms. Edris made her professional debut in 2015 with Opera San José as Susanna in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro. After completing post-graduate studies, she was accepted into the 2015 Merola Program of San Francisco Opera and became an Adler Fellow the following year.  In 2018, she made debuts with New Zealand Opera and Washington National Opera and, more recently, with Opéra National de Bordeaux and Detroit Opera.  In 2019, she made her debut in France singing the title role in Manon at Opéra National de Bordeaux, receiving praise from the French press, including Le Monde which called her voice “beautiful and round.” The same year, she returned to the San Francisco Opera for her debut in the role of Juliette in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette. Ms. Edris captivated audiences in 2022 as Cleopatra in the world premiere of John Adams’ Antony and Cleopatra at the opening of San Francisco Opera’s centennial season. In her Prague debut, she performed in a gala concert alongside her husband Pene Pati.

Equally dazzling on the concert stage, Ms. Edris’s appearances include Fauré’s Requiem, Mahler’s Symphony No. 4, gala concerts at the Opéra national de Bordeaux and with Real Filharmonia de Galicia, and the Schwabacher Recital series with San Francisco Opera.

Her many honors include First Prize and the Audience Prize at the inaugural Concours Bordeaux Médoc Lyrique 2018, the Deborah Riedel award at the Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge Bel Canto Competition, the prestigious Sydney Eisteddfod McDonald’s Operatic Aria Competition and the Dame Heather Begg Award.

Jazz at the MEMO presents Since You Asked, Songs from My Favorite Singers!

Jazz at the Memo Presents

Since You Asked, Songs from My Favorite Singers!

Over the years, the question most asked of singers has always been, “who are your favorite singers? Who have influenced you most?” This program is Pamela Mallory Yeager’s musical answer to that question. Expect some wonderful songs, a little background on their earlier singers and why their styles are so endearing and timeless.

Featuring Pamela Mallory Yeager (vocals), Wayne Yeager (piano), Michael Sharfe (bass)

Doors at 6:30p, Show 7:00 – 9:00p

About Jazz at the Memo: Bop your winter blues with Jazz at the Memo as the popular series returns to the beautiful and acoustically superb Anderson Theater at Memorial Hall. Enjoy the finest of Cincinnati’s thriving jazz scene, including some of the region’s premier women and BIPOC artists, in intimate and often surprising performances. Fantastic acts making their JATM debuts in 2024 include boogie phenom Ben Levin, vocalist Wendell Anderson, the Luso-Brazilian fusion of Duo Rocha Gandara and the Four Strangers Quartet with their tribute to John Coltrane.

Subscription packages now available! Don’t want to miss a beat of jazz this winter? Purchase our Jazz at the Memo subscription package and receive reserved seating for all 17 winter performances, representing a savings of $64 in ticketing fees.

Beginning in May, the party moves outdoors! Join us across the street for Washington Park’s “Jazz in the Park,” Monday evenings through October (excepting holidays); and for Fountain Square’s “Jazz at the Square” programs, Tuesday evenings May through September.

Learn more HERE.

Suzanne Vega Old Songs, New Songs and Other Songs

Widely regarded as one of the foremost songwriters of her generation, Suzanne Vega emerged as a leading figure of the folk revival of the early 1980s when, accompanying herself on acoustic guitar, she sang what has been called contemporary folk or neo-folk songs of her own creation in Greenwich Village clubs. Since the release of her self-titled, critically acclaimed 1985 debut album, she has given sold-out concerts in many of the world’s best-known venues. Known for performances that convey deep emotion, Vega’s distinctive, “clear, unwavering voice” (Rolling Stone) has been described as “a cool, dry sandpaper-brushed near-whisper” by The Washington Post, with NPR Music noting that she “has been making vital, inventive music” throughout the course of her decades-long career.

Bearing the stamp of a masterful storyteller who “observes the world with a clinically poetic eye” (The New York Times), Vega’s songs have tended to focus on city life, ordinary people and real-world subjects. Notably succinct and understated, her work is immediately recognizable—as utterly distinct and thoughtful as it was when her voice was first heard on the radio over 30 years ago.

Suzanne Vega will be joined on stage by her longtime guitarist, Gerry Leonard, performing a career-spanning show including favorites like Tom’s Diner, Luka, and more!

 


Concert only Tickets from $34-$60

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SUZANNE VEGA SOUNDCHECK VIP EXPERIENCE ($195)
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• One commemorative Suzanne Vega VIP laminate
• One commemorative Suzanne Vega ticket

SUZANNE VEGA PREMIUM PACKAGE ($105)
Package inclusions:
• One premium reserved ticket
• One autographed tour poster
• One commemorative Suzanne Vega ticket
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The Kings of Queen

Although THE KINGS OF QUEEN was only established in 2021, they have received a ton of attention as it is clear to all who have seen them perform live that they are one of the very few elite Queen tributes.

Lead vocalist Emo Alaeddin’s vocal tone and range are unparalleled. Blessed with an abundance of musicality and stage presence, not to mention a striking resemblance to Freddie Mercury, Emo almost single-handedly recreates the experience of attending a live Queen performance.

Equally important to his vocals and looks are the costumes, which Alaeddin is known to change up to four times in one performance. After all, when it comes to stepping into the shoes of the greatest rockstar ever to walk the earth, covering every base is of the utmost importance.

The Kings of Queen’s commitment to work with only the finest musicians and vocalists in the industry and to never use backing tracks distinguishes them from other Queen tributes.

VIP:

Enjoy an intimate, pre-show experience with Kings of Queen! The VIP experience includes a 20-minute acoustic set, band meet & greet with photo, VIP laminate souvenir and a 20% discount coupon for merchandise.

Tickets for the VIP experience are $50 and are a separate purchase from the show ticket.

Timing and arrival details provided closer to show date.

FIVE LITTLE BEARS: SWINGING’ THE BLUES

Jazz at the Memo Presents

Five Little Bears: Swinging’ the Blues

An all-star lineup of some of Cincinnati’s finest jazz musicians swing favorites from the Blues catalogue.

Featuring Steve Schmidt (piano), Brent Gallaher (saxophone), Michael Mavridoglou (trumpet), Aaron Jacobs (bass) and Jim Leslie (drums)

Doors at 6:30p, Show 7:00 – 9:00p

About Jazz at the Memo: Bop your winter blues with Jazz at the Memo as the popular series returns to the beautiful and acoustically superb Anderson Theater at Memorial Hall. Enjoy the finest of Cincinnati’s thriving jazz scene, including some of the region’s premier women and BIPOC artists, in intimate and often surprising performances. Fantastic acts making their JATM debuts in 2024 include boogie phenom Ben Levin, vocalist Wendell Anderson, the Luso-Brazilian fusion of Duo Rocha Gandara and the Four Strangers Quartet with their tribute to John Coltrane.

Subscription packages now available! Don’t want to miss a beat of jazz this winter? Purchase our Jazz at the Memo subscription package and receive reserved seating for all 17 winter performances, representing a savings of $64 in ticketing fees.

Beginning in May, the party moves outdoors! Join us across the street for Washington Park’s “Jazz in the Park,” Monday evenings through October (excepting holidays); and for Fountain Square’s “Jazz at the Square” programs, Tuesday evenings May through September.

Learn more HERE.