Music for All Seasons Features Four CCM Students and Alumni on Feb. 10

This weekend, Cincinnati’s Music for All Seasons presents a concert featuring the talents of four former and current CCM students. Organized by Cincinnati arts patrons Rafael de Acha and Kimberly Daniel de Acha, the concert features works by Debussy, Glière, Massenet, Turina and Rimsky-Korsakov at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, at Indian Hill’s historic Peterloon Estate.

Cincinnati's historic Peterloon Estate.

Cincinnati’s historic Peterloon Estate.

Artists include recent CCM graduates soprano Fotina Naumenko (MM 2012 and DMA 2018) and cellist Phillip Goist (BM 2016 and MM 2018), as well as violinist Kanako Shimasaki (BM 2015 and MM 2017) and pianist Eben Wagenstroom, who are each in their second year of doctoral studies at CCM.

In addition to the concert, audience members will enjoy tea, coffee and pastries in Indian Hill’s historic Peterloon Estate, as well as a tour of the home.

Proceeds from ticket sales and donations at the event will be presented to CCM for scholarships. Tickets are $35 and may be purchased at the event with cash or check; to reserve tickets in advance, email Student tickets will also be available at the door for $10.

Learn more about the concert at

Story by CCM graduate student Alexandra Doyle

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CCM Students, Faculty and Alums Featured in ‘Music For All Seasons’ Concert Series

Cincinnati's historic Peterloon Estate.

Cincinnati’s historic Peterloon Estate.

CCM students, faculty and alumni will be among the artists featured in the debut concert series produced by Music for All Seasons at Historic Peterloon.

A celebration of music for the human voice organized by Kimberly Daniel de Acha and Rafael de Acha, all of the concerts in this series will be presented at 3 p.m. on Sundays at Cincinnati’s historic Peterloon Estate.

The concert series will premiere on Oct. 13, with an afternoon of music for voices in solos and duets by Rossini, Bellini, Schubert and Beethoven. Titled “All’Italiana,” the concert features CCM alumni soprano Molly Hanes (MM, 2013) and pianist Valerie Pool (AD, 2013), along with current students mezzo-soprano Sofia Selowsky and guitarist William Willits.

Learn more about this series courtesy of Janelle Gelfand and the Cincinnati Enquirer.

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