Whether you are interested in Music, Dance or Theatre Arts, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory Department is sure to have a program to meet your needs or pique your interest. For motivated and talented students, CCM Prep offers classes and preparation for college study and a future in the performing arts. For anyone at any skill level, we can provide fun and learning opportunities.
Our students have gone on to major colleges including CCM, Northwestern, Baldwin-Wallace, University of Southern California and the University of Michigan. Several of our students have been featured on NPR's “From the Top,” as well as Broadway touring productions and competitions. But most of all, we are proud of all the students who participate in our programs and leave with a profound appreciation and lifelong love for the arts. For a more thorough look at our mission, please take a look at our Overview Page.
If you have any questions about our programs or opportunities, give us a call at 513-556-2595, and we will arrange to discuss them with you by phone or at our offices on the CCM campus.
CCM Preparatory Department is proud to be fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, the National Association of Schools of Theater and the National Association of the Schools of Dance. We are the only community school in the state of Ohio with this distinction. We are a member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education, the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, the Greater Cincinnati Alliance for Arts Education, the Cincinnati Music & Wellness Coalition, and the Suzuki Association of America. CCM Prep is a founding member of The Achievement Program (TAP).
After its successful debut last spring, CCM Preparatory will bring back its Adult Chamber Music Weekend on March 21-22, 2014, so mark your calendars! Adult musicians who want to play chamber music can enjoy a weekend of practices and performances featuring University of Cincinnati CCM faculty coaches and artists, guest artists from the National Guild for Community Arts Education and Linton Chamber Music series, an Alexander Technique workshop, plus master classes, coached rehearsals and recitals. Private lessons and additional coaching sessions will be available. See our Adult Chamber Weekend page for more information and to register.
Parents, students, supporters: Your voice is important to us! Please help CCM by filling out this short survey (www.surveymonkey.com/s/oneccm) to help us serve you better.
CCM Preparatory is offering two new items of swag, yours for a small donation that not only supports many worthy activities including guest teachers, financial assistance and community performances, but spreads the word about CCM Preparatory. Take home a polo shirt (red or black) for a $15 donation and a tote bag (or several) for a $3 donation each. Just stop by CCM Preparatory offices in the Corbett Center. Tip: Register CCM Preparatory on your Kroger card (it costs nothing; see below) and we'll give you a tote bag free!
Kroger grocery customers can earn money for CCM Preparatory by registering your Kroger card through a Kroger program that donates millions to learning institutions. Registering will NOT detract from your personal Kroger points. Follow the following steps:
1. Go to the Kroger Community Rewards web site.
2. Select the green “Enroll” button next to Cincinnati, Ohio
3. If you have already registered your Kroger card online, sign in on the left side of the screen. Otherwise, follow the prompts on the right side to register your card. You will receive a confirmation e-mail to verify that your card has been registered.
4. Once you have signed in or clicked on the link in your confirmation e-mail, select “My Account” and then “Account Settings.”
5. Under the “Community Rewards” tab, search using the organization name “CCM Prep” OR the CCM Prep organization number: "83237.”
6. Save your selection and registration is complete. Thank you for your support of CCM Preparatory.
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