CCM: Prep

CCM: Prep

Adult Music

Private Lessons

Individual lessons are offered in keyboard, wind, string and percussion instruments, voice, composition and music theory, jazz and popular music.  To learn more about private lessons, and to see a complete list of current instruments and lessons offered, please see our Frequently Asked Questions. Trial lessons can be arranged.

Music Theory Classes

An Open House for prospective music theory students will be held on Saturday, August 26 at 11 a.m. Student who cannot attend the open house and need a theory assessment should take our theory test available upon request.

Music Theory Classes

For adults
Igor Plitsyn, instructor

Level I, Saturdays at 1 p.m.
Level II Saturdays at 2 p.m.
Level III, Saturdays at 3 p.m.

Tuition: $400 | $250 for students taking private lessons at CCM Preparatory

We offer a comprehensive theory curriculum with three progressive levels. Classes include aural recognition, sight singing, written theory and access to CCM technology labs. More details about each level are available through this link.

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New Horizons Orchestra

New Horizons Music programs provide entry points to music-making for people over age 50, including those with no musical experience at all and adults who were active in school music programs, but have been inactive for a long period.

Members of New Horizons Music programs participate in small group instruction and ensemble rehearsals, with the potential for chamber music and speciality music groups depending on the interests of the members. You’ll find music making is great for mental and social stimulation, physical fitness, releasing stress and stimulating your creativity.

CCM Preparatory's New Horizons Orchestra offers ensemble instruction under the direction of experienced teacher BettyAnne Gottlieb.

More information about the New Horizons Orchestra, including the current schedule, can be found by clicking on this link.

CCM Community Women's Choir

The CCM Community Women’s Choir is a choral ensemble for women in the Cincinnati community with previous choral experience who desire to sing challenging SSAA repertoire. Directed by Eva Floyd, CCM associate professor of choral music education, this ensemble will strive for artistic excellence while creating an opportunity for singers to strengthen musicianship skills, learn new repertoire, and build new friendships.

For more information about the CCM Community Women's Choir, click on this link.