7-8:30 p.m., Wednesdays, beginning September 25 through December 4, 2019. Performance on December 7th.
Location: Clifton United Methodist Church Sanctuary (3416 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220)
Auditions for new singers from 7-7:30 on September 18th at Clifton Cultural Arts Center satellite location at Clifton United Methodist Church Sanctuary (3416 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220).
Audition sign-up for new singers: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0c4ba4a928a31-ccmcommunity6
Registration for class (for returning and new students after auditioning): https://register.asapconnected.com/classdetail.aspx?org=1185&pk=1512366
To view a performance of Women's Choir, click this link.
Tuition: $75 (plus a yearly registration fee, which covers fall and spring semesters)
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.
December 7th: Saengerfest - St. Francis Seraph Church at 9 and 10 pm.
Eva Floyd is an associate professor of choral music education at University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) where she teaches Choral Methods, Literature for School Choir, History and Philosophy of Music Education, Voice Class for undergraduate music education students, and Kodály Musicianship classes for music education graduate students. Floyd supervises student teachers, choral internships, advises graduate research, and is an academic advisor for undergraduate vocal/piano music education majors. Floyd created a new study abroad program for CCM music education students, traveling to Europe to study music education and perform choral music in Budapest, Vienna, Salzburg and Paris.
Floyd is a specialist in the Kodály approach of choral music education, which is based on the internationally acclaimed Hungarian system of teaching music literacy and ear-training. Floyd studied two years at the Liszt Academy’s Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music in Kecskemét, Hungary earning an advanced diploma in Choral Conducting, studying with Peter Erdei. Floyd also worked as a graduate teaching assistant at the Kodaly Institute, tutoring international students in solfege and assisting graduate students with thesis projects.
Floyd received a Ph.D. in Music Education and Master of Music in Music Education with choral conducting emphasis from University from Kentucky and a Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree from Campbellsville University. Floyd completed Orff-Schulwerk certification at the University of Kentucky and Kodály training from Capital University, where she also completed the Kodály apprentice teacher-training program and teaches in the summer Masters program.
Floyd previously taught at Western Kentucky University and was the choral director at Bullitt Central High School. She is active as a choral adjudicator, guest conductor, and clinician. Floyd has worked as an adjudicator for the Musica Eterna Choral Festival in Rome, a clinician for the Laurea Mundi Choral Festival in Budapest, and as a conducting coach for the Chorus America National Master Class for Conductors of Children and Youth Choruses. She served on the Music Advisory Committee for the Cincinnati World Choir Games, and she is the Midwestern Regional Representative to the Organization of American Kodály Educators National Board.