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Classical Revolution Cincinnati normally holds events every second Sunday.









Sunday 5/14 @ 7:30 p.m.--The Loon ($5 Donation Suggested)
Northside and its surrounding neighborhoods are full of musical life, and that will be on full display for the May edition of Classical Revolution Cincinnati!


Preston Bell Charles III (musician and filmmaker) has studied music and people his entire

life.  The mix of both passions have urged him to utilize musical expression in ways to

evoke moods and atmospheres conducive to a particular subject matter or environment.

Through the use of the violin as his primary, and other instruments in a supportive

manner, he creates songs, loops, and melodies, to fit the needs of the listener or fellow


Charles recently created and published an hour + digital commentary, on the origin of

race theory, eugenics, colonialism, and how the affects have directed the course of the

planet and local area of Cincinnati.  The project was inspired and supported by ArtsWave

and the Truth and Reconciliation Project of 2021.

Working with various private and corporate enterprises, Charles continues to push his

limits in use of genre and sound to expand creativity, influence and reception of music in

its many forms and expressions. In addition to traditional and contemporary styles, he

also teach to pass the knowledge and love of music to the next generations.


The Bacchanal Steel Band is Cincinnati's premiere Caribbean ensemble, featuring instruments made from 55-gallon oil barrels.  Since 1998, the band has been entertaining and educating around the tri-state and beyond with it's combination of calypso, soca, reggae, pop, and classical music. 

Brian Malone hales from Ohio, and holds a B.M. in Percussion Performance from CCM.  He has performed from New York, to the Kennedy Center, to South America, and with artists such as Aretha Franklin, Don Rickles, and xylophone virtuoso Ian Finkel.  His orchestral engagements include the Kentucky Symphony, Cincinnati Ballet Orchestra, Opera, and Playhouse in the Park.  He has performed on cruise ships and at theaters across the U.S.

Jennie Malone earned a BM in Voice and Piano from Ohio University. She is an actor and multi-instrumentalist whose near life-long love of performance, plus a deep desire to travel, have led to a multifaceted career that includes time on stage, on film, and in the pit. She's performed in nearly every US state, Japan, Canada, and the Caribbean.


Against Sundials is a musical duo based in Cincinnati, OH consisting of

Brandon Dodge (electronic percussion and keyboards) and Drew Dolan (piano). 

Their repertory and musical interests include classical, popular, jazz, and

original music.  After decades of collaboration on several musical projects,

Brandon and Drew recently worked together to create a series of Christmas

albums, titled That Time of Year, arranged and released for friends and family

to enjoy during the pandemic holidays.  This past Fall saw their virtual

concert/clinic, titled “Explorations in Electronics and Technology for Live Music

Performance” included as part of the 2022 Percussive Arts Society

International Conference, as well as a new installment of That Time of Year

released on YouTube. 




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