Season Five Announced by Queen City Cabaret

QCC_logoThe Queen City’s favorite cabaret is bringing you more of the extraordinary musical experiences you’ve come to know & love in their amazing 5th season of concerts!

Wednesday, September 28 at 6pm

Join Queen City Cabaret at the historic Peterloon Estate for a night of fine dining and exquisite music! This special fundraising event is produced by Knife Fork Spoon, Peterloon Foundation’s dinner series that benefits nonprofit organizations in the Cincinnati community.  The evening will feature delicious cuisine from Garnish Catering, an open wine, beer and signature drink bar, and a concert of smoky, autumnal jazz by your favorite cabaret duo.

Additionally, there will be a silent auction for a “Date Night Experience” donated by Paolo A Modern Jeweler.

The Date Night Experience includes:

  • Beautiful Yellow Diamond Necklace
  • Wine and Chocolates at Paolo’s
  • $500 Jewelry Makeover Certificate – Design/Redesign/Refresh
  • Dinner at Prime Cincinnati

Don’t miss this opportunity to support QCC and experience a dazzling evening out in the Queen City!

Friday, December 9 at 7:30pm

Nothing says “Christmas Time Is Here” like twinkling lights, cheery cocktails, and Yuletide carols crooned with a jazz band!

Queen City Cabaret is kicking off your holiday season in the “new old-fashioned way” this December at Cincinnati’s historic Liberty Exhibition Hall. Join us for an evening of holiday tunes you know and love, along with some light-hearted fun and a *very* special guest.

Saturday, March 18 at 7:30pm

Join Cincinnati’s own Queen City Cabaret and Cincinnati Song Initiative for an extraordinary concert of timeless songs from America’s mid-20th century.

The evening will feature performances of vintage popular music and jazz standards by QCC’s own Sarah Folsom and Matthew Umphreys and jazz vocalist Mandy Gaines.

The phrase “Great American Songbook” often describes music from the first half of the 20th century that seems to transcend the era in which it was written.  The Great American Songbook Foundation describes these songs as collection of  “enduring standards, the songs that are played and sung over and over by multiple generations….(they) have a timeless meaning and resonance, whether they are days or decades old.”

Presented at Cincinnati’s historic Liberty Exhibition Hall, this evening of songs and sentiment is expected to sell out, so reserve your tickets today!

Friday, May 5 at 7:30pm

Polish up your cowboy boots, and join Queen City Cabaret as they celebrate the songstress who changed the game for women in Country music–the one and only Patsy Cline. Before her untimely death in 1963 at the age of 30, Cline became one of the most influential singers of the 20th century, with hit recordings such as “I Fall To Pieces,” “Walkin’ After Midnight,” and the #1 jukebox sensation, “Crazy.” Featuring performances by the Cincinnati Boychoir, this one-night-only showcase of vintage country hits is one you won’t want to miss!

For more information visit www.queencitycabaretcincy.com.

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