View digital programs for upcoming CCM performances
Attending a concert or show at CCM? Here's how to access your paperless program!
CCM is now offering paperless programs for all of its public performances and event offerings.
Beginning this fall, the UC College-Conservatory of Music will offer digital programs for all of its free and ticketed events in place of printed programs. These paperless programs will be available on CCM's website, and they can also be accessed via smartphone/mobile device by scanning the Quick Response (QR) code displayed outside of each CCM performance venue.
New Venue Signage
Event attendees will see one of the following signs outside of CCM's venues during the 2021-22 performance season. Audience members can gain access to their paperless programs by scanning the QR code and then selecting the specific event that they are attending.
Digital programs will remain archived on CCM's website after each performance occurs.
How to Use a QR Code
Smartphones running Android 9 or later operating systems can scan QR codes directly from the phone's camera app by following these steps:
- Open the camera app.
- Select the rear-facing camera in Photo or Camera mode.
- Center the QR code that you want to scan on the screen and hold your phone steady.
- Tap the notification that appears to open the link.
iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch models can scan QR codes using the built-in camera by following these steps:
- Open the camera app from the Home Screen, Control Center or Lock Screen.
- Select the rear facing camera. Hold your device so that the QR code appears in the viewfinder in the Camera app. Your device recognizes the QR code and shows a notification.
- Tap the notification to open the link associated with the QR code.
If your mobile device does not include a built-in QR reader app, or if you experience other problems with the QR code, CCM's digital programs can also be accessed by visiting ccm.uc.edu/performances
Featured image at top: a rendering of a smartphone accessing CCM's new digital programs with a photograph of Corbett Auditorium in the background.
- Jazz Studies
- Double Bass
- Performances and Public Events
- Stage Management
- Wind Studies
- Commercial Music Production
- Woodwinds Brass and Percussion
- Music Theory
- Choral Studies
- College-Conservatory of Music
- Make-up and Wig Design
- Lighting Design and Technology
- Opera and Voice
- Musical Theatre
- Organ and Harpischord
- Technical Production
- Arts & Culture
- Composition, Musicology and Theory
- Orchestral Studies
- Classical Guitar
- Costume Design and Technology
- Sound Design
- Theatre Design and Production
- Tuba and Euphonium
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