CCM is delighted to announce its spring schedule of major performances. Beginning Tuesday, March 27, CCM will present more than 50 events, ranging from faculty and guest artist concerts to fully supported theatre productions.
CCM is offering specially priced YP tickets for this month’s “Moveable Feast” extravaganza. The one-of-a-kind event begins at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 20, and features bite-sized performances by CCM’s “stars of tomorrow,” along with cocktails and dinner-by-the-bite.
Tickets are just $50 each of Young Professionals (ages 40 and under). Tickets are $75 each for “Friends of CCM” Members and $100 each for the general public. Learn more here.
CCM Dean Peter Landgren recently stopped by CET, Cincinnati’s Public Television Station, to discuss next week’s “Moveable Feast” event (and much more) with Barbara Kellar.
You can view the entire CET Express segment here.
Be sure to join us next Friday, Jan. 20, for “A Moveable Feast!”
Save the date: Cincinnati’s premiere fundraiser returns on Friday, January 20, 2012! Artistic and culinary delights fill the air at “A Moveable Feast,” presented by the Friends of CCM.
A unique showcase of CCM’s world-class performing and media arts programs and state-of-the-art facilities, “A Moveable Feast” features samplings of artistic and culinary delights as attendees create their own menu and timetable of performances including jazz, musical theatre, piano, opera, drama, dance, orchestra, and wind symphony selections and much more.
CCM Prep is proud to announce a faculty recital and scholarship fundraiser featuring some of the area’s finest teachers and musicians. The recital will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, October 14, 2011 at the home of Paul and Kathy Alexander.
Congratulations to the members of the Polaris String Quartet from CCM’s Starling Project, who were awarded the first prize in the junior division of the Fischoff Competition. The event was held at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana on May 15, 2011. The Gold Medal includes a $2,000 prize as well as an appearance on the nationally syndicated radio program “From The Top.”
The performers of the Polaris Quartet are Jenny Lee (violin), a high school junior from Bloomington, Indiana and a student of Dr. Won-Bin Yim; Billy Fang (violin), a Princeton-bound high school senior from Centerville, Ohio and student of Kurt Sassmannshaus; Demi Fang (viola), a high school sophomore, also from Centerville, Ohio and also a student of Kurt Sassmannshaus; and Josh Halpern (cello), a high school junior from Dayton and a student of Alan Rafferty.
As a special treat for the readers of our blog, we are delighted to present an exclusive advance look at tonight’s artistic menu.
Learn more about “A Moveable Feast” here. We’ll see you at CCM Village tonight!
This evening, CCM proudly presents “A Moveable Feast,” a one-of-a-kind sampling of artistic and culinary delights that will take you both around the world and around the remarkable CCM Village. Enjoy a rare peak behind the curtain with backstage and studio tours and experience the brilliance of live performance as our young artists take to the stage. Join the Friends of CCM for this wildly popular fundraising event tonight only! Ticket information is available after the jump. Learn more at ccm.uc.edu or by calling 513-556-2100. View Metromix Cincinnati’s video preview of the event here!