Upcoming Events

Fall Luncheon with Jane Timken and David Pepper

Date:  October 12, 2017

Time: 11:30 reception
12 noon luncheon
12:30 presentation and questions

Location: The Taft Center at Fountain Square, 2nd Floor, US Bank Tower, 425 Walnut Street

Cost: $20 Harvard and Yale Club members, $25 non-members & guests

RSVP Deadline: October 5, 2017; Event will be limited to the first 75 respondents

  • Ohio politics has taken on a local purple color as both the Republican and Democratic parties are led by Cincinnati natives, as well as graduates of Harvard and Yale!  Please join us for lunch and a discussion of state and federal politics with Jane Timken, Harvard ’89, and David Pepper, Yale ’93, JD ’99.

http://hccincinnati.clubs.harvard.edu/article.html?aid=242

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The Harvard Club of Cincinnati has organized a spectacular evening with the Cincinnati Pops on  November 10.  

We invite Yale alumni to join us for Dinner and the Cincinnati Pops in the “New” Cincinnati Music Hall!
Featuring Remarks by Conductor John Morris Russell

Friday, November 10, 2017

  • 5:30 pm Dinner Buffet and Cash Bar
  • 8:00 pm Concert

Menu

Roasted Red Pepper, Spiced Pecan and Feta Salad with Cornbread Croutons and Pear Vinaigrette

Herb Crusted Chicken Breast with Lemon Wine Sauce (gluten free)
Bow Tie Pasta with Sun-dried Tomato, Toasted Almonds, Asparagus & Pesto Cream Sauce
Mascarpone Mashed Potatoes, Grilled French Green Beans, Tuscan Bread & Butter
Caramel Brownies, Caramelitas, Pumpkin Linzer Torte Bars and Coffee

The magnificently renovated Cincinnati Music Hall will be the backdrop of the evening with the renowned Cincinnati Pops orchestra, including a private dinner featuring remarks by our beloved Conductor John Morris Russell (Williams ’82).

For one all-inclusive price, we will begin with dinner in the spectacular Corbett Tower with catering by Funky’s.  We will be joined by both John Morris Russell and his wife Thea Tjepkema, member of the Board of the Society for Preservation of Music Hall.  They will be providing their insider perspectives on the renovations.  After dinner, we will adjourn to the concert space to experience for ourselves what has changed with the sounds, sights and feel of Music Hall.  At intermission, we adjourn to Corbett Tower where the cash bar will be open for us.

The performance this night is special in and of itself!  The Pops description: “Be there as we record Volume 2 of American Originals, live from Cincinnati Music Hall! We’ll explore the rich heritage of American popular music at the dawn of the 20th Century through the warm and effervescent sound of the Cincinnati Pops. Volume 2 stars roots and blues singer Rhiannon Giddens, ragtime singer-songwriter Pokey LaFarge and bluegrass masters Steep Canyon Rangers.”

We have secured good seating–at a 25% discount–in two areas so that we can offer you a choice in price and vantage point: A-Level Balcony (center and sides) and C-Level Gallery (center). As part of our package, you are getting a great deal over individual pricing on these seats! Members of sponsoring Clubs and their guests–Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Williams–receive a members’ price break on the package.  Select your ticket based on seating choice and membership/sponsorship status.

If you already have tickets to this concert, you can still join us for dinner by choosing the “Dinner Ticket” option.  ONLY those holding concert tickets are eligible for the “Dinner Ticket”.  Only those with concert tickets will be allowed to enter Music Hall.

Please join us, and bring families and friends to experience this incredible night! All Ivy, Seven Sisters and Little Ivy alumni are welcome!
Ticket sales are now open! Please click this link:

http://hccincinnati.clubs.harvard.edu/article.html?aid=240&nl

 

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