Reserve seats now for the fall Live at the Uni concert series
The Montgomery Arts Commission presents Live at the Uni, a concert series providing Montgomery citizens and guests an outstanding musical experience in the warm setting of the Universalist Church in Montgomery’s historic district.
Twin Lakes returns as the presenting sponsor of the Live at the Uni series.
The series opens with Cincy Jazz Train on Oct. 7, playing a large collection of jazz standards echoing the sounds of Miles Davis, Kenny Dorhan, Bill Strayhorn and Sonny Rollins.
On Oct. 21, the series welcomes bass baritone Thomas Hammons, who has been heralded throughout the United States, Canada and across Europe, for the depth and richness of his portrayals and the strength and beauty of his singing. His performance will include classical and contemporary selections.
On Nov. 4, the series is thrilled to welcome back by popular demand, University of Cincinnati CCM senior vocalist Madeleine Rosenthal performing selections from Broadway and beyond.
The Live at the Uni concert series takes place in Montgomery’s historic Universalist Church, located at the corner of Montgomery and Remington Roads. All concerts start at 7:00 p.m. and last about an hour.
Post-concert receptions are held and hosted by the Montgomery Inn, across the street from the church, giving concertgoers an opportunity to meet the performers and to socialize with each other over food and drink. There is no charge for admission to the concerts, but the Arts Commission suggests a donation of $5 per adult at the door to help defray the cost of the events.
Reservations are required, as seating in the church is limited. To reserve a seat for this event, please register online here. Limit four seats per registration. Seats go fast.