Music For All Seasons


February 11, 2018: Music from Eastern Europe

A concert jointly presented with the Wagner Society of Cincinnati, featuring music by Sergei Rachmaninoff, Franz Liszt, Franz Schubert, Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner. With Shareese Arnold, soprano; Kimberly Daniel de Acha, narrator; Amy Gillingham, cello; and Christina Lalog-Seal, piano.
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Singer. Singer.
Sax Player. Singer.
Bass Player. Artist


April 22, 2018: Music for the Home and Theater

Songs for the theatre by Henry Purcell and Alessandro Scarlatti, Renaissance music for the Lute, Cuban Contradanzas by Manuel Saumell, Selections from West Side Story by Leonard Bernstein, Spanish Zarzuela Selections, Arias by Georges Bizet and Camille Saint-Saëns. With Melissa Bonetti, mezzo-soprano; Alan Palacios, tenor; Eben Wagenstroom, piano; Bill Willits, guitar, theorbo and lute.
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October 8th, 2017: South of the Border

Music of Spain and Latin America: Astor Piazzolla, Enrique Granados, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Joaquín Turina, Francisco Tárrega, and Ignacio Cervantes. With Kayleigh Decker, mezzo-soprano; Chloe LeGrand, soprano; Jesse Leong, piano; James Meade, guitar; Alan Rafferty, cello and The Young Artists Cello Ensemble; Eben Wagenstroom, piano; and Daniel Weeks, tenor

December 3, 2017: Happy Holidays

A celebration of the Season with traditional music from around the world, hosted by Music for All Seasons’ co-founder, Kimberly Daniel de Acha, and featuring invited guest artists, many of whom have performed with us in the past.

2018-2019 SERIES

Flexible passes are now on sale for the 2018-2019 season at the current price of $100 for 4 admissions if purchased before January 1, 2018, when they will then sell for $120 and single tickets will sell for $35. To purchase your flexible please send a check in the amount of $100 per pass payable to Music Seasons at PO Box 43172, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243.

October 14, 2018:

James Meade, guitar and Carmine Miranda, cello will be the featured soloists in an all French and Spanish concert that will include Joaquín Rodrigo’s Fantasy for a Gentleman, Camille Saint-Säens’ Sonata for Cello and Piano, and the Quintet no. 3 in D major for guitar and string quartet by Luigi Boccherini. Also in the program, Music for All Seasons co-founder, Kimberly Daniel de Acha will be featured in a semi-staged version of Eric Satie's comic composition, Sports and Entertainments.


“The young Cincinnati guitarist James Meade amply demonstrates impeccable musicianship, profound musicality and a complete technical command of his instrument.” (
James Meade plays Francisco Tárrega’s Estudio Brillante (Brilliant Study)


“Carmine Miranda announces his arrival as a cellist of immense musicality and polished technique.” (
Carmine Miranda plays Pau Casal’s El Cant Del Ocells


December 9, 2018:

Surprise guest artists will join Music for All Seasons’ founders Kimberly Daniel de Acha in an informal concert of traditional, folk, classical, and world music in celebration of the season.


February 10, 2019:

Tenor Daniel Weeks, returning to Music for All Seasons, will be joined by soprano Katherine Jolly in a program of vocal and piano music by Claude Debussy, Paolo Tosti, Isaac Albéniz, Stephen Foster, and arias and duets from Jules Massenet’s Manon.


“Equally impressive was tenor Daniel Weeks, splendidly ringing, bold with confidence.” (Opera News)
Daniel Weeks, tenor sings Franz Liszt’s O, quand je dors


“Katherine Jolly used her agile, light, lyric soprano to superb effect.” (New York Times)
Katherine Jolly sings Apparition by Claude Debussy


April 14, 2019:

Soprano, Amy Yekel joins her voice with that of bass-baritone Brandon Morales in a concert that will include Robert Schumman’s Dichterliebe, songs by Gustav Mahler, and arias and duets from Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman, Tristan and Isolde and Tännhauser.


Bass-baritone Brandon Morales sings Caspar’s aria from Weber’s Der Freischütz

AMY YEKEL: Soprano

“Ms. Yekel is a deeply-engaged storyteller who puts the sung word before any efforts to sound beautiful.” (



All proceeds from ticket sales are donated to the Scholarship Fund of the College-Conservatory of Music of the University of Cincinnati.

To reserve your seat(s), email us at indicating the number of seats you wish to purchase. Single seats are $35. A flexible pass priced at $120 may be used for 4 admissions to any concert(s) of your choice.
To guarantee your reservation send us a check to Music for All Seasons, PO Box 43172, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243. We will email you a confirmation.