Box Office Manager & Intern
Monthly Archives: March 2016
Marketing & Public Relations Manager
For flexibility, tickets are always available at the door. We accept cash, check, or credit cards (AMEX, Visa, or MC). If you prefer to purchase in advance, feel free to call 513.381.6868 or purchase online. (While not required we recommend purchasing in advance if you plan to use a credit card. It will save you time at the door with little ones in tow!) All Tickets are flexible and may be used for any PB&J date, location or time!
Information on how to purchase single tickets for individual Linton Chamber Music and Encore! Linton concerts is listed below. For the best value, subscribe to the Linton Sunday Series, Encore! Monday Series or Encore! Plus Series for the season by clicking the ‘Subscriptions’ button below.
Acclaimed as “… a chamber musician of exceptional refinement” by the New York Times, pianist Anna Polonsky performs with CSO principals Jonathan Gunn, Elizabeth Freimuth, and Timothy Lees in this program celebrating the CSO’s Brahms Fest.
Described by the Washington Post as “completely engrossing, powerful, and elegant,” the award-winning Cavani Quartet makes their Linton debut, performing Chausson’s one-of-a-kind chamber work with Jaime Laredo and Joseph Kalichstein.
The season begins with the splendor and strength of Brahms and his two Sextets for Strings. Artistic Directors Jaime Laredo and Sharon Robinson bring together this ensemble of distinguished artists returning to the Linton stage.
Experience live the profound journey of Bach’s Goldberg Variations. Performed by venerated artists Ida Kavafian, Steven Tenenbom, and Peter Wiley, this event will be a musical encounter to remember.
Quartet for the End of Time is a work of spiritual renewal written in the darkest of times. The esteemed violinist, Cho-Liang Lin and Franklin Cohen, Principal Clarinet of The Cleveland Orchestra, join Linton’s own Michael Chertock and Sharon Robinson to perform this allegorical masterpiece.