CCM WINDS SERIES PRESENTS

Dreamscape

 

7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, 2022, Corbett Auditorium

CCM Wind Symphony

Featuring the CCM Youth Wind Ensemble (CYWE)

Kevin Michael Holzman, music director and conductor
Brendan Boyle, graduate student conductor with CYWE
Detrich Morrison-Jones and Pearce Nitta, graduate student conductors with CCM Wind Symphony

Featuring faculty artist Denise Tryon, horn; and guest composer Catherine Likhuta

Join the CCM Wind Symphony and Youth Wind Ensemble as we explore the magical world of dreams.

Acknowledgments

The artwork that you see displayed tonight was created in collaboration with University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP) students and was led by faculty member Edward-Victor Sánchez. The art was inspired by the music and programmatic text of David Maslanka's A Child's Garden of Dreams and highlights the highly evocative music.

Artists: Charlie Thacker, Cody Schriever, Edward-Víctor Sánchez, James McKenna, Joshua Biren, Kendall Matsey, Lily Hunter, Sara Torgison and Sarabel Santos-Negrón

Musical Selections

Cincinnati Youth Wind Ensemble Repertoire

 
  • The Dream of Oenghus, Op. 37 
    Rolf Rudin (b. 1961) 
    • I. Part One

 

  • Sleep
    Eric Whitacre (b. 1970) 
    Brendan Boyle, graduate student conductor 

 

  • Selections from “The Danserye"
    Tielman Susato (1510/15-1570)
    arr. Patrick Dunnigan
    •  I. La Morisque
    • III. Les quatre Branles
    • VI. Rondo and Saltarelle
    • IX. Pavane: La Battaile

Intermission

Wind Symphony Repertoire

 
  • I Wander the World in a Dream of My Own Making
    Christopher Theofanidis (b. 1967) 
    Detrich Morrison-Jones, graduate student conductor 

 

  • Here We Rest
    Anthony Barfield (b. 1983) 
    Pearce Nitta, graduate student conductor 

 

  • Vivid Dreams: Concerto for Low Horn
    Catherine Likhuta (b. 1981)
    Denise Tryon, horn soloist
    • I. Cradle in the Forest
    • II. Octopus
    • III. Urban Secrets

 

  • A Child’s Garden of Dreams
    David Maslanka (1943-2017)
    • I. There is a desert on the moon where the dreamer sinks so deeply into the ground that she reaches hell.
    • II. A drunken woman falls into the water and comes out renewed and sober
    • III. A horde of small animals frightens the dreamer. The animals increase to a tremendous size, and one of them devours the little girl.
    • IV. A drop of water is seen as it appears when looked at through a microscope. The girl sees that the drop is full of tree branches. This portrays the origin of the world
    • V. An ascent into heaven where pagan dances are being celebrated; and a descent into hell where angels are doing good deeds

Guest Composer: Catherine Likhuta

A portrait of Catherine Likhuta

Catherine Likhuta

Catherine Likhuta is a Ukrainian-Australian composer, pianist and recording artist. Her music exhibits high emotional charge, programmatic nature, rhythmic complexity and Ukrainian folk elements. Catherine’s pieces have been played extensively around the world, including highly prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall (Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage), Glyndebourne Opera House (Organ Room), five International Horn Symposiums and two World Saxophone Congresses, as well as many festivals and conferences. Her works have enjoyed performances by prominent symphony orchestras (such as Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra of the National Radio of Ukraine), chamber ensembles (such as Atlantic Brass Quintet, Ensemble Q, ICE, Lyrebird Brass, NU CORNO, and U.S. Army Field Band Horns) and soloists (including former presidents of the North American Saxophone Alliance Griffin Campbell and the International Horn Society Andrew Pelletier). Catherine has held residencies at Tyalgum Music Festival, North Carolina NewMusic Initiative, University of Missouri Kansas City, University of Georgia, and other institutions.

 

She is a two-time winner of the International Horn Society Composition Contest (virtuoso division) and a recipient of several awards, including two grants from the Australia Council for the Arts. Her music can be heard on Albany, Cala, Common Tone, Equilibrium and Summit Records. Horn virtuosa Denise Tryon’s album Hope Springs Eternal featuring Catherine’s piece Vivid Dreams was awarded the 2022 American Prize in Instrumental Performance.

 

Catherine’s wind band works have been played by dozens of wind ensembles, including prominent groups such as Dallas Winds, Sydney Conservatorium Wind Symphony, University of Georgia Hodgson Wind Ensemble, and University of Kentucky Wind Symphony. Her music has enjoyed performances at Australian School Band and Orchestra Festival (Sydney), Australian National Band and Orchestra Conference (Perth), CBDNA Conference (Norman, OK), and Midwest Clinic (Chicago, IL).

 

Catherine holds a bachelor's degree in jazz piano from Kyiv Glière Music College, a five-year post-graduate degree in composition from the National Music Academy of Ukraine (Kyiv Conservatory), and a Ph.D. in composition from the University of Queensland. She is an active performer, often playing her own music. She was the soloist on the premiere and the CD recording of ut Loud, her piano concerto commissioned by the Cornell University Wind Ensemble, and the pianist on Adam Unsworth’s CD Snapshots.

About CCM Wind Symphony

The CCM Wind Symphony has received wide acclaim for the quality of its performances as well as the diversity and originality of its programing. Dedication to bringing the finest traditional and contemporary literature to their audiences, the ensemble performs chamber music, selected transcriptions, concerti and original full ensemble repertoire spanning five centuries.

a vibrant performance

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Rosters

Wind Symphony Roster

Kevin Michael Holzman, music director and conductor 

 

Flute

  • Lianna Bartlett
  • Dayna Hagstedt
  • Ay Kawasaki
  • Anne Leutkenhaus
  • Oscar Thompson
  • Jocelyn Zhang

Oboe/English Horn

  • Julia Bobbell
  • Luca Ortolani
  • William Raine
  • Qiming Sheng

Clarinet

  • Quinton Benner 
  • Ian Bunt 
  • Trinity Kanipes 
  • Kevin Lawrence 
  • Casey McGuire 
  • Shuta Maeno 
  • Matthew Mitchell 
  • Aidan Peters 
  • Leila Sereki  
  • Clara Spears

Bassoon

  • Yu-Chuen Huang 
  • Kathleen Moran
  • Chet Rhodes 
  • Kyle Sodman 

Saxophone

  • Josh Herrera 
  • Braydon Sowell 
  • Eli Stacey
  • Seok Jun Yang 

Horn

  • Brady Catlett 
  • Jesus Garcia Palacios 
  • Daniel Itzkowitz 
  • Bobby Malone 
  • Dominick Neville

Trumpet

  • Solomon Abang 
  • Jessica Barrick 
  • Katie Frazier 
  • Jarod Gallenstein 
  • Maggey Mangold 
  • Anna Sheppard

Trombone

  • Jacob Allgeier 
  • Jacob Forte 
  • Bryson Hunt 
  • Kyle Langer
  • Luis Matos-Tovar
  • Cameron Webb

Euphonium

  • Nick McDermott
  • Isaac Slavens

Tuba

  • Donovan Klutho 
  • Paul Reyerson

Double Bass

  • Eric Reigelsperger 

Harp

  • Zibin Zhou

Piano

  • Trinity Le

Organ

  • Li Wang

Percussion

  • Emily Dickman
  • Sydney Hanlon 
  • AJ Hanmer 
  • Jared Kohli 
  • Peter Loferski 
  • Kyle Roemer 

 

CCM Youth Wind Ensemble (CYWE) Roster

Kevin Michael Holzman, music director and conductor

 

Flute

  • Melanie Ahn
  • Katelyn Cheng
  • Alexander Geoppinger
  • Janne Guo
  • Maya Hansen
  • Marissa Hull
  • Camille Kolar
  • Kaitlyn Liu
  • Aparna Nambirajan
  • Benner Rogers
  • Allison Sayles
  • Sam Waspe
  • Jason Xu

Oboe

  • Arjuna Lee
  • Joseph Mitchell
  • Stephanie Thibeau

Clarinet

  • Shannon Cheng
  • Richa Jha
  • Allyson Johnson
  • Madelyn Jones
  • Christina Kraimer
  • Christopher Larsen Rivera
  • Rena Li
  • Rylan Palmer
  • Rylee Thornberry
  • Kyla Tillman
  • Max Tumbleson
  • Katherine Wen
  • Jerry Xu
  • Victoria Tang

Bassoon

  • Anglynn Kiss
  • Gunnar Pellissier

Saxophone

  • Prateek Bhandari
  • Katy Campman
  • Braden Hopping
  • Jonathan Liu
  • Ethan Mohney
  • Joshua Reigle
  • Nathan Wang

Horn

  • Callie Dillard
  • Chales Healy
  • Megan McGuire
  • Kristin Schutte

Trumpet

  • Andy Bish
  • Shelby Gault
  • Mason Hignite
  • Gabriel Sander
  • Stephen Stricker
  • Thomas Stricker
  • Trent Stricker

Trombone

  • Hamlin Monday
  • Erin O’Neill
  • Rafael Ortiz-Rivera

Euphonium

  • Caden Gallagher
  • Lydia Lysko

Tuba

  • Wilaini Alicea
  • Noah White

Percussion

  • Jacob Cox
  • Nathan Hiner
  • Jonathan Kaseff
  • Justin Melvin
  • Koen Scheid
  • Kaden Swinney

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CCM will share its spring 2023 schedule of performances and public events in November.


CCM News

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CCM shares spring 2023 schedule of major performances and events

November 22, 2022

Audiences are invited to return to the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music’s (CCM) concert halls and theaters to experience world-class performances and presentations by the next generation of performing and media artists! The college’s spring 2023 schedule of free and ticketed events is now available. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning on Monday, Nov. 28, through the CCM Box Office.

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Get to know CCM’s newest faculty/staff members and unit heads

October 17, 2022

UC’s College-Conservatory of Music welcomes six new full-time faculty members and six new staff members to its roster of distinguished performing and media arts experts this fall. In addition, the college is also welcoming five current faculty members into new leadership roles for 2022-23.

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

October 11, 2022

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 ccmsummer@uc.edu if you have questions.

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Sponsors

Louise Dieterle Nippert Trust
Scholarship and Resident Artist Sponsor
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
CSO/CCM Diversity Fellowship Sponsor
The Corbett Endowment at CCM
Dance Department Sponsor
All-Steinway School Sponsor
Louise H. & David S. Ingalls Foundation, Inc.
Community Partners
The Joseph and Frances Jones Poetker Fund of the Cambridge Charitable Foundation, Ritter & Randolph, LLC, Corporate Counsel
Visiting Artists & Thinking About Music Sponsor
CCMpower: Friends and Alumni Fueling the Future of the Arts 
The Strader Fund at the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
CCM Digital Sponsors
Dr. & Mrs. Carl G. Fischer 
Greg Mathein 
Gary & Barb Cummins 
Jim & Linda Miller 
George & Carroll Roden
Musical Theatre Department Sponsors
Genevieve Smith
Opera Production Sponsor
Rafael and Kimberly de Acha
Opera D’Arte Sponsor
An Anonymous Donor
Estate of Mr. William A. Friedlander
Mrs. William A. Friedlander
Dr. Randolph L. Wadsworth
Judith Schonbach Landgren and Peter Landgren
Mr. & Mrs. Harry H. Santen
Elizabeth C.B. Sittenfeld
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Stegman
Mrs. Theodore W. Striker
Mrs. Harry M. Hoffheimer
Ariel Quartet Sponsors
Jan Rogers
Willard and Jean Mulford Charitable Fund of the Cambridge Charitable Foundation
Choral Studies Sponsors
Anonymous
  Classical Guitar Sponsor

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Hirschhorn
Orchestral Sponsor
Dorothy Richard Starling Foundation
Starling Pre-Collegiate Sponsor
Starling Strings Sponsor
Dr. Timothy E. and Janet L. Johnson
Thom Miles and Roberta Gary
Organ Department Sponsors
Keyboard Club of Cincinnati
Louis and Susan Meisel
Piano Department Sponsors
Kevin and Nancy Rhein
   Wind Studies Sponsor

Edward Donovan and Cheryl Carter
Jeff Thomas Catering
The Castleberry Family
KMK Law
Paula Boggs Muething & Brian Muething
Patti Myers & Alan Flaherty
Trish & Rick Bryan
Graeter’s Ice Cream 
CCMpower
eat well celebrations and feasts 
The Summit Hotel
Event Sponsors
Buddy Rogers Music
LINKS Sponsor
Sponsors listed as of August 30, 2022

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The Cincinnati area and the land that the University of Cincinnati has been built on is the native homeland of the Indigenous Algonquian speaking tribes, including the Delaware, Miami, and Shawnee tribes.


Box Office

Located in the CCM Atrium, the Box Office is open Monday through Friday, 12:30-6 p.m.; Saturday, noon-4 p.m.; and one hour prior to curtain for all ticketed performances. MasterCard, Visa and Discover cards are accepted.

  • Location: CCM Atrium Lobby next to Corbett Auditorium
  • Telephone: 513-556-4183
  • Email: boxoff@uc.edu
  • Mail: CCM Box Office, P.O. Box 210003, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0003

Parking

Convenient parking is available in the CCM Garage at the base of Corry Boulevard off of Jefferson Avenue. Additional parking is available in garages throughout the UC campus. Any questions concerning on-campus parking should be directed to UC Parking Services at 513-556-2283.


Tax Credit

If you find that you cannot attend your performance, your tickets may be donated for tax credit as a charitable contribution. Simply notify the Box Office prior to the performance to release your seats, and give your name and address. A tax donation receipt will be mailed to you.


Lost and Found

If you have lost an item, contact lost and found at 513-556-9413.


House Policies

The House Manager has been instructed to minimize the disturbance to patrons already seated when accommodating latecomers. The director and producer of each production select times that are least likely to interrupt the performance, and latecomers will be seated only during these times. Latecomers who miss these opportunities will not be admitted until intermission. Children under the age of 6 will not be admitted.


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The video or audio recording of performances is prohibited.

The use of cameras, with or without flashes, recording devices, cellular phones and other electronic devices inside the theater is prohibited. Please leave them with the House Manager.


Smoking and Refreshments

Smoking and refreshments are not permitted in the theater. Effective May 1, 2017, smoking and tobacco use (including chewing tobacco and electronic cigarettes) shall be prohibited by students, staff, faculty, visitors, vendors and contractors at all times in or on University of Cincinnati properties, including events on university property during non-school hours. This includes all shelters, indoor and outdoor theaters and athletic facilities, bridges, walkways, sidewalks, residence halls, parking lots, and street parking and garages owned by the university.


Hearing Enhancement

Telex listening devices are available for checkout during performances in both Patricia Corbett Theater and Corbett Auditorium. Please inquire at the Box Office.


Wheelchair Seating

Wheelchair seating is available in both Corbett Auditorium and Patricia Corbett Theater. Seating is limited, so reservations should be made with the Box Office when ordering tickets. These seats are subject to availability.


Group Sales

The Box Office can accommodate groups for major productions and concerts. Preview and benefit performances are also available for some productions. For more information, call the CCM Box Office at 513-556-4183.


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CCM's faculty and staff and its state-of-the-art facilities make possible the professional training and exceptional education on which CCM believes the future of the arts relies. The school's roster of eminent faculty regularly receives distinguished honors for creative and scholarly work, and its alumni have achieved notable success in the performing and media arts. More than 150 internationally recognized faculty members work with students from around the world, specializing in eight areas of study.


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Performance dates and repertoire are subject to change. View CCM's current calendar of events.

The purpose of these performances is educational, and they are part of a University of Cincinnati academic program.