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The University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music provides high-caliber summer arts classes and workshops for college students and adults beginning in May 2019. CCM's summer programs offer arts enthusiasts the chance to work with the college's world-class faculty and renowned guest artists at CCM's state-of-the-art facilities.
Students can study instrumental music, playwriting, dance, music education and more in CCM Summer's workshops and affiliate programs. Details and registration information for each program is below.
For more information, please contact CCM Summer Programs at 513-556-5609 or email@example.com.
Artistic Director: Michael Unger, CCM Assistant Professor of Keyboard
Instrumentalists and singers are invited to study Baroque arias, chamber music and continuo playing at the internationally renowned CCM! With arias and chamber music by Johann Sebastian Bach as the focus, students will participate in coaching, master classes, and workshops on Baroque performance practice, culminating in a public performance. Students are welcome to bring modern and/or Baroque period instruments.
Please note, applicants will be asked to upload a brief audio sample.
To apply for this program, please use the following link: https://form.jotform.com/83235110677151
Artistic Director: Brant Russell, Assistant Professor of Acting
Calling all aspiring and experienced playwrights — write a new short play or finish an existing script in this six-day workshop at CCM! Participants will write, take master classes with industry professionals and have their work performed by CCM’s resident actors!
Please note, applicants will be asked to upload a short writing sample.
To apply for this program, please use the following link: https://form.jotform.com/83184875797175
Program Director: Amy Beegle, Associate Professor of Music Education
This approach to learning, developed by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman, builds musicianship through singing, playing instruments, speaking, moving and improvising. During this training, you will develop skills in singing, expressive speech, movement, Orff ensemble/percussion, improvisation/composition, recorder and pedagogy.
To register for this program, please use the following link: https://register.asapconnected.com/courses.aspx?org=1185&coursegroupid=29578
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