“Black Joy” with Tiffany Cooper and Jason Holmes

Saturday Oct. 22 | 5:30 PM

Online discussion panel

Tiffany Cooper and Jason Holmes will engage in a discussion and present online about “Black Joy” in the arts.

The Zoom recording will be placed here at a later date.

Approximately 60 minutes

Tiffany Cooper is Director of Community Engagement & Diversity at the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. A native of Cincinnati, Tiffany has over 15 years of experience in community engagement in various roles and has spearheaded initiatives related to diversity, equity and inclusion. Most recently, Tiffany has been instrumental in expanding the CSO’s reach through strategic initiatives that connect the orchestra with the Greater Cincinnati community. One of those initiatives is the inaugural Andrew J. Brady Neighborhood Concert Series. Launched in 2022, the series which brings the full orchestra to neighborhoods throughout Greater Cincinnati is an evolution of Tiffany’s collaborative work with community partners over the past four years. A supporter of organizations that amplify and support people historically underserved in the community, Tiffany has served on the Over-the-Rhine Museum board and is currently Vice President for Elementz Hip Hop Cultural Arts Center’s Board of Directors.

Jason Alexander Holmes, Artistic Director of the Cincinnati Boychoir, is a music educator and performer from Ridgeway, VA. Before coming to Cincinnati, Jason worked with the Boston Children’s Chorus, public schools in Rochester, NY, and community and professional opera and musical theatre companies. At the core of Jason’s teaching and performing is the belief that we are all expressive and musical beings who deserve to witness and create moments of truth and beauty.


Oct 22 2022


5:30 pm


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