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UC CCM Preparatory Offers New Dance, Music & Theatre Arts Classes for Teens, Adults


Registration is now open for 2017-18 CCM Prep programs. Visit ccm.uc.edu/prep for complete program information.

Date: 8/31/2017 12:00:00 AM
By: Becky Butts
Phone: (513) 556-2675
Other Contact: Curt Whitacre
Other Contact Phone: (513) 556-2683

UC ingot   The University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory and Community Engagement offers a variety of programs in music, dance and theatre arts for preprofessional students and art enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. Seven new courses for teens and adults are now included in CCM Prep’s 2017-18 program offerings.

The new offerings are for students interested in learning new dance, theatre arts and music skills. Registration is now open. Visit ccm.uc.edu/prep/registrationinfo for a complete list of programs and registration information.

CCM Prep aims to provide enjoyable and accessible arts opportunities within a highly creative environment that educate and inspire the whole student, at any age and skill level. Courses are taught by CCM Prep faculty members and guest artists. Visit ccm.uc.edu/prep for more information.
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NEW 2017-18 CCM PREP OFFERINGS

STREET STYLE DANCE
Instructor: Julius Jenkins (Eclypse)
4-5 p.m. every Tuesday, beginning Sept. 5 to Jan. 9

Ages 15 and up, no experience required
Street Style Dances have strong foundational movements and extremely rich histories. Learn styles originating from the Bronx to L.A. through high-energy participatory movement. Classes focus on five major street dance styles, Breaking, Popping, Locking, House and Krump. Learn how each style differs from the other and how they are related. Students will gain a basic understanding of the history and historical contexts out of which these styles evolved.
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MUSICAL THEATRE INSIGHTS
Instructors: Dee Anne Bryll and Becca Kloha Strand
Session One: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday, Sept. 9 to Nov. 18
Session Two: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday, Jan. 20 to March 24

Ages 14-18 in grades 9 and above, no audition required
This 10-week, two-hour weekly session consists of a one-hour musical theatre dance class and a one-hour musical theatre performance class. Students will work on further enhancing their skills in acting for musical theatre, musical theatre dance, audition techniques and ensemble building. Students will have the opportunity to prepare and present material of varying styles and historical periods over the course of 10 weeks. The last day of class will consist of class observation and a question and answer session. 
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INTERMEDIATE MODERN DANCE
Instructor: Ka-Ron Brown Lehman
Noon-1:30 p.m. every Saturday through May 12

Ballet Level 5 or higher, or with instructor permission
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CHAMBER MUSIC
Instructor: CCM Preparatory Faculty
Coaching times will be arranged based on individual student/teacher schedules

For adults and advanced high school musicians
Chamber music has been referred to as “a musical conversation among friends.” In this semester-long program, students will increase their musical skills and learn new repertoire while making new friends and enjoying the true joys of music making. The program includes coaching by CCM Preparatory faculty, a special event that may be a master class, an informal reading session or a social hour/recital. The semester culminates in a formal recital and reception.
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THE CENTERED PERFORMER: HOW TO THRIVE UNDER STRESS FOR PERFORMANCE SUCCESS
Instructor: Jennifer Roig-Francolí
Noon-1:30 p.m. every Saturday (15 week session), with occasional online classes

For ages 16 and above
This class is open to students from all performance areas (age 16+). Musicians, dancers and actors of all skill levels are welcome. In this class, you will learn powerful mind-body coordination techniques to manage stress under any circumstances and how to release tension to improve your artistic skill. You will learn how to free yourself from negative habits of mind and body that sabotage your success, and how to save time and energy with mindful, deliberate practice. This is a structured class covering specific performance-related topics, which may be taken more than once. Occasional “Easy-Access” classes may be offered online instead of onsite at CCM. Learning materials and links will be provided. Classes are taught by certified Alexander Technique teacher and professional performer Jennifer Roig-Francolí.
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THE CENTERED MUSICIAN: RELAX UNDER STRESS AND PLAY YOUR BEST!
Instructor: Jennifer Roig-Francolí
4-5 p.m. every Sunday (15 week session), with occasional online classes

For teens 14 and above
In this class, you will learn how to speed up your learning and save time in the practice room, how to relax your body while you play, and how to overcome pain, stress and performance anxiety. This is a structured class which may be taken more than once. Occasional “Easy-Access” classes may be offered online instead of onsite at CCM. Learning materials and links will be provided. Classes are taught by certified Alexander Technique teacher and professional performer Jennifer Roig-Francolí.
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THE CENTERED MUSICIAN: RELAX UNDER STRESS AND PLAY YOUR BEST!
Instructor: Jennifer Roig-Francol
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11 a.m.-1 p.m. every Wednesday (15 week session), with occasional online classes

For adults
In this class, you will learn how to speed up your learning and save time in the practice room, how to relax your body while you play, and how to overcome pain, stress and performance anxiety.  This is a structured class which may be taken more than once. Occasional “Easy-Access” classes may be offered online instead of onsite. Learning materials and links will be provided. Classes are taught by certified Alexander Technique teacher and professional performer Jennifer Roig-Francolí.

Visit CCM Prep’s online registration website for descriptions and tuition details on all CCM Prep programs offered during the 2017-18 academic year. You can also request more information by calling 513-556-2595 or emailing ccmprep@uc.edu.