Summer at CCM

Teen students dance on stage during the CCM Prep’s Year End Festival

Experience the performing arts at CCM this summer!

We are proud to offer high caliber opportunities to youth, teens and adults from across the country and around the world during the summer months. From week-long day camps to multi-week residencies and even elective classes, our summer programs offer students of all ages the opportunity to work with our world-class faculty, along with renowned guest artists, all at the state-of-the-art CCM Village.

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Contact CCM Summer Programs at 513-556-5609 or if you have questions.

News and Events


Spend your summer at CCM: Explore youth, teen and adult programs

January 20, 2023

The University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music provides high-caliber summer arts classes and workshops for youth, teens and adults that are open to students of all experience levels. Summer at CCM offers 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. Browse CCM's summer program offerings and find the perfect performing arts opportunity for you or for your family! Contact CCM Summer Programs at 513-556-5609 or if you have questions.


Applications now open for the inaugural Nina Simone Piano...

January 13, 2023

Applications for the inaugural Nina Simone Piano Competition for African American Pianists are now open. The deadline to apply is March 1, 2023, and applications can be accessed online. Taking place in the summer of 2023, this bi-annual competition is specifically for talented young African American pianists.


CCM hosts daylong Trombone Summit for aspiring musicians of all...

December 12, 2022

UC’s College-Conservatory of Music hosts a daylong Trombone Summit for musicians of all ages and experience levels on March 4, 2023. The event features a recital and master class by guest artist Peter Steiner, 2019 Prize Winner of the XVI International Tchaikovsky Competition; and Constanze Hochwartner.

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