Music Hall Ranked #2 on Yelp's Best 10 Landmarks and
Historical Buildings list for the Greater Cincinnati Area
The Cincinnati community only has a few months to experience one of our city's great treasures - Music Hall - before the impending Revitalization Project. In anticipation of the closing, the newly elected Society for the Preservation of Music Hall (SPMH) Board is stepping up activities and outreach to promote Music Hall before its closure, June 1st.
Newly hired SPMH Tour Program Director, Ramona Toussaint, is working to elevate Music Hall's recognition as a nationally registered historic site. Music Hall is now ranked #2 in Yelp's Best 10 Landmarks and Historical Buildings list for the Greater Cincinnati Area. SPMH also recently joined the Museums and Historic Sites of Greater Cincinnati and Heritage Ohio.
May 12th, SPMH will sponsor two performances of ''Music of the Great American Songbook with the Mighty Wurlitzer'' in the Music Hall ballroom, featuring organist Mark Harmon and guest artist Nancy James.
SPMH is also actively engaged with the Music Hall Revitalization Committee. SPMH pledged a major donation to the revitalization fund. Ed Rider, SPMH Board member, attends the renovation planning meetings, and is actively pursuing the display of archival materials when Music Hall reopens.
This spring, make Cincinnati's Historic Music Hall a must see destination. Take in a concert, a tour, or both!