A number of offerings — equally virtual and in individual — from the regional arts and amusement scene for the coming week.
Russian travels: Symphony wintertime concerts rescheduled
The Columbus Symphony will make its annual sojourn to Russia this 7 days with two constrained-potential Russian Wintertime Festival concert events in the Ohio Theatre, 39 E. Point out St. The doubleheader is the consequence of a rescheduled application from this previous weekend. The initially method, set for 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, will feature pianist Caroline Hong accomplishing “Piano Concerto No. 3” by Sergei Prokofiev. The second rescheduled program now is set for 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday and will involve pieces by Mozart and Tchaikovsky. Seating is restricted to 300 attendees. Both of those performances will be available for on the net viewing: the Sunday program on Jan. 29 and the other on Feb. 5 at columbussymphony.com.
Relationship musical: ‘I Do! I Do!’ to be streamed live
A gentleman and woman navigate 50 a long time of marriage in “I Do! I Do!” The Gallery Players’ output of the two-actor Broadway musical, directed by Pam Hill, will feature the partner-spouse acting workforce of Chris and Kristen Rusen. Performances stream at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets charge $15 for each screening unit at columbusjcc.org/gallery-players.
Gallery reopens: CCAD to remark on present functions by images
Commemorating the Tuesday reopening of the Columbus Faculty of Artwork & Design’s Beeler Gallery, which has been shut considering the fact that past March because of to the pandemic, an exhibit of pictures and other lens-based functions by 12 artists will be on perspective by means of March 6. Showcased location artists incorporate Dru Batte, Cameron A. Granger, Bobby T Luck, Calista Lyon and Benjamin Willis. The totally free display, titled “November,” promises to remark on the election two months back and other recent functions. (ccad.edu)
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