WATCH: CCM presents 'The Cello Lesson' mini documentary

Join CCM student Audrey Hudgens for a lesson and conversation with faculty member Alan Rafferty

Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the work that goes into CCM performances courtesy of the new Backstage at CCM documentary series.

In The Cello Lesson mini documentary, viewers join first-year master of music student Audrey Hudgens for a lesson and conversation with CCM faculty member Alan RaffertyA member of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra since 2007, Rafferty holds the Ruth F. Rosevear Cello Chair with the CSO.

Cello study at CCM is strongly performance based. CCM offers bachelor of music, master of music, doctor of musical arts and artist diploma programs in cello performance, and the cornerstone of all of these programs is private lessons with faculty, who serve as mentors for students and direct their individual musical, performing and teaching growth.

The Cello Lesson behind-the-scenes video was created by students and faculty members from CCM's Media Production Division. Watch the mini documentary below.

Featured image: Audrey Hudgens and Alan Rafferty in a scene from the CCM mini documentary The Cello Lesson.

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