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Memorial Hall OTR
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Phone: (513) 977-8838
Memorial Hall is conveniently located in the heart of the revitalized arts district of Over-the-Rhine. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, this exquisite venue overlooks Washington Park, and is neighbor to Music Hall, the Transept, the School for Creative and Performing Arts, and the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company.
Memorial Hall also houses a special collection of artwork and artifacts of local civic and military history. More than 40 pieces are on display throughout the building, including the storied wreath that is said to have adorned Abraham Lincoln's casket when it passed through Columbus, Ohio. Other pieces previously on display are under the care of the Hamilton County Public Library and the Cincinnati Museum Center.
Hosting more than 250 events each year, Memorial Hall offers an elegant setting for performances and unique spaces for social and business functions.
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It is one thing to attain popularity as a musician, but it is another to receive the kind of acclaim Pat Metheny has garnered from critics and peers. Over the years, Metheny has won countless polls as “Best Jazz Guitarist” and awards including three gold records for (Still Life) Talking, Letter from Home, and Secret Story. He has also won 20 Grammy Awards spread out over a variety of different categories including “Best Rock Instrumental,” “Best Contemporary Jazz Recording,” “Best Jazz Instrumental Solo,” and “Best Instrumental Composition,” at one point winning seven consecutive Grammies for seven consecutive albums. In 2015 he was inducted into the Downbeat Hall of Fame, becoming only the fourth guitarist to be included (along with Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, and Wes Montgomery) and its youngest member. Metheny has spent much of his life on tour, often doing more than 100 shows a year since becoming a bandleader in the ‘70s. At the time of this writing, he continues to be one of the brightest stars of the jazz community, dedicating time to both his own projects and those of emerging artists and established veterans alike, helping them to reach their audience as well as realizing their own artistic visions.
Join us for another Longworth-Anderson Series evening of great music, food, and drink! Complimentary pre-concert reception features live local music, light bites from Ollie’s Trolley and N.Y.P.D. Pizza, and craft beer tastings from HighGrain Brewing Co.
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We are Cincinnati's home for independent filmmakers. We cultivate the entrepreneurial spirit of filmmaking. Our first festival premiered in 2018 and we have been a 'Top 100 Best Reviewed Film Festival' out of 8500 + film festivals in the industry.
We are a multi-genre festival and continue accepting all-genre types from all over the world - we love a great story! Come meet directors, producers, filmmakers, artists and community members from all over Cincinnati.
Cindependent Film Festival returns September 29 and 30, 2023 at Memorial Hall in Cincinnati, Ohio!
Cindependent is a filmmaker-focused festival, dedicated to empowering and providing career development resources for accepted artists during our event.
Additional details will be released as the programming progresses.
Thursday PM: Kick Off Party for Visiting Filmmakers
Friday: Film Screenings, Workshops, Screenplay readings begin. After Party at 10pm.
Saturday: Film Screenings, Workshops, Screenplay readings continue. After Party at 10pm.
Sunday: Awards Ceremony and Goodbye Brunch
Ticket sales will activate Summer 2023!