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Janelle Gelfand on the classical music scene

Janelle's pen has taken her to Japan, China, Carnegie Hall, Europe (twice), East and West Coasts, and Florida. In fact, Janelle was the first Enquirer reporter to report from Europe via e-mail -- in 1995.

Janelle began writing for the Cincinnati Enquirer as a stringer in 1991 while writing a Ph.D. dissertation in musicology at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. She joined the Enquirer staff in 1993.

Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she graduated from Stanford University, Janelle has lived in Cincinnati for more than 30 years. In her free time, this pianist plays chamber music with her circle of musical friends in Cincinnati.

She covers the Cincinnati Symphony, May Festival and Cincinnati Opera, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, chamber music ensembles, and as many recitals and events at CCM and NKU as possible.

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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Patricia Corbett leaves $30 million to the arts

Several local arts organizations were notified today of the final gifts of arts patron Patricia Corbett, estimated to be more than $30 million. The two who will benefit the most from her largesse are CCM and Music Hall. Click here to read the story.


at 5/02/2008 09:35:00 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a wonderful and generous gift! Cincinnati is so fortunate to have people like the Corbetts. It would be really nice to see this in a feature Enquirer article.

at 5/02/2008 10:12:00 AM Anonymous rms said...

Hopefully, this will save Music Hall from those who prefer to be surrounded by chrome and glass.

at 5/02/2008 01:37:00 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clean backstage toilets would be a start. They've actually spent money on high-tech towel dispensers yet the plumbing's questionable and the walls are crumbling!

at 5/02/2008 04:28:00 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paint is peeling over the stage at the top of those suspended ceilings, visible from upper floors. Fantastic gift! It will be much appreciated.

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