CCM CHORAL SERIES Presents

FEAST OF CAROLS

2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023
2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, 2023
Corbett Auditorium

CCM Chamber Choir, CCM Chorale, UC Choruses, Cincinnati Youth Choir and Graduate Brass Quintet

Featuring guest choirs from Campbell County High School, Little Miami High School, Milford High School, St. Xavier High School           

Joe Miller, Robyn Lana, Ryan Block, Alberto de la Paz, Rachel Feldman, Trevor Kroeger, Caitlyn McGlynn, Greg Miller, Hollyn Orr, Nathan Smith, Matthew Swope, Sergey Tkachenko, Heather Vest, Liyao Yu, conductors

Sarah J. Baker, Tracy Carpenter, Joshua Huff, Angelo Sylvester, guest conductors

Musical Selections

Graduate Brass Quintet Prelude

  • Grand Choeurs Dialogue 
    Eugene Gigout, arr. Gary Olson 

  • Suite from the Monteregian Hills, Mvt. 1 
    Morley Calvert

CCM Chamber Choir and Chorale

  • Domine ad adiuvandum (Vespro della Beata Vergine
    Claudio Monteverdi

  • Gaudete 
    Traditional English Carol, arr. J. David Moore 

  • Lux Aurumque 
    Eric Whitacre  

    Joe Miller, conductor
    Sergey Tkachenko, assistant conductor
    Michael Delfin, accompanist 
    Elise Byard, percussionist 

Cincinnati Youth Choir Piccolo Coro - 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2

  • Snowflake Carol 
    arr. Steve Kupferschmid 

  • Carol of the Cuckoo 
    Carolyn Jennings 

    Hollyn Orr, conductor 
    Parker Konkle, accompanist 

Cincinnati Youth Choir Vivace - 5 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 2

  • Pō La’i E (Silent Night with Peace Carol) 
    Franz Gruber and Linda Spevacek-Avery 

  • Light 
    Lisa Loeb and Cliff Goldmacher, arr. Andy Beck
    Frances Moothart, Elliot Rack, Elena Thornton, Chloe Volk, solo group 

    Caitlyn McGlynn, conductor 
    Parker Konkle, accompanist 

Cincinnati Youth Choir Voci di Amici (CYC Alumni Choir) - Sunday, Dec. 3

  • These Bells Will Ring 
    Chloe Grace Baker 

  • Even When He Is Silent 
    Kim Andre Arnesen 

  • Angels Divine 
    Traditional French Carol, arr. Ken Berg

    Robyn Lana, conductor
    Parker Konkle, accompanist 

UC Choruses

  • Mary, Did You Know? 
    Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene, arr. Tim Hayden 

  • The Man with the Bag and Santa Baby 
    arr. Paul Langford 

    Alberto de la Paz and Trevor Kroeger, conductors
    Ryan Block and Liyao Yu, assistant conductors
    Annalese Fusaro, choreographer
    Kyeongji Koh, accompanist
    Kyle Roemer, percussionist

Cincinnati Youth Choir Voci - Saturday, Dec. 2

  • Lirum, Lirum 
    Thomas Morley, arr. Patrick Liebergen 

  • I’ll Be Home for Christmas 
    Kim Gannon and Walter Kent, arr. Paul Langford 

    Greg Miller, conductor 
    Parker Konkle, accompanist 

Cincinnati Youth Choir Con Brio - Sunday, Dec. 3

  • Tidings of Comfort and Joy
    Traditional English Carol, arr. Audrey Synder 

  • It Feels New 
    PINKZEBRA  

    Heather Vest, conductor 
    Parker Konkle, accompanist

Audience Sing

  • O Come, All Ye Faithful 
    arr. David Willcocks 

    Nathan Smith and Liyao Yu, conductors

Milford High School Concert Choir and Chamber Singers - 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2

  • Long Ago (In the Bleak Midwinter)
    Gustav Holst, arr. Jacob Narverud 

  • Gloucestershire Wassail
    Traditional English, arr. Steve Huffines
    Michael Tidd, baritone
    Naomi Mulatu, soprano 

    Tracy Carpenter, conductor 
    Colleen Cambron, accompanist

 

Little Miami High School Select Choirs - 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2

  • Here We Come A-Caroling 
    Traditional English Carol, arr. Josh Sparkman 

  • Carol of the Bells  
    Mykola Leontovych, arr. Peter J. Wilhousky 

  • How Great Our Joy! 
    Traditional German, arr. Craig Courtney 

    Sarah J. Baker, conductor 
    Tyler Secor, accompanist  

St. Xavier High School Ensemble X - 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3

  • Carol of the Bells 
    Mykola Leontovych, arr. Peter J. Wilhousky 

  • There is Faint Music 
    Dan Forrest (b. 1978) 

  • Glory Hallelujah to Duh Newbo’n King! 
    African-American Christmas Spiritual, adapted Rosephanye Powell, arr. William Powell 

    Angelo Sylvester, conductor 
    Ted Seaman, accompanist 

Campbell County High School Chorale - 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3

  • Ai, nama mamina 
    Latvian Folk Song, arr. Andrejs Janson 

  • Exultate Deo 
    Alessandro Scarlatti 

  • Do You Hear What I Hear? 
    Noel Regney and Gloria Shayne, arr. Harry Simeone 

    Joshua Huff, conductor 
    Brandon Cagnon, accompanist 

Cincinnati Youth Choir Bel Canto

  • Be Like a Bird
    Abbie Betinis (b. 1980)  

  • Cold December Flies Away
    arr. Daniel Schreiner (b. 1990) 

  • Crowded Table
    Natalie Hemby, Lori McKenna, and Brandi Carlile
    Kerrigan Mandrell and Maggie Wilcox, violinists  

    Robyn Lana, conductor
    Rachel Feldman, Richard W. Wesp assistant conductor
    Heather Johnson and Parker Konkle, accompanists

 

CCM Chamber Choir and Chorale

  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas 
    Ralph Blane, arr. Molly Ijames 

  • Sweet, Little Jesus Boy 
    Robert MacGimsey, arr. Stacey V. Gibbs
    Lauryn Davis, soprano 

  • Angels We Have Heard on High 
    Arnold Freed 

    Joe Miller, conductor
    Rachel Feldman, assistant conductor

Audience Sing

  • We Wish You a Merry Christmas 
    Old French Tune, arr. Stephen McNeff
    Rachel Feldman, conductor

Combined Choirs and Graduate Brass Quintet

  • True Light 
    Keith Hampton  
    Lauren Albano, soprano 

  • Festival First Nowell 
    arr. Dan Forrest 

    Joe Miller, conductor 
    Michael Delfin, accompanist

About CCM Choral

CCM’s Choral Studies Program is internationally recognized for more than 50 years of excellence in training conductors and singers for successful, lifelong careers in the choral arts. Our choral ensembles are proud to offer transformative musical experiences for singers and audiences through performances ranging from acclaimed staged productions to presentations of contemporary works. 

About Cincinnati Youth Choir

Cincinnati Youth Choir is the Queen City’s premier youth choral ensemble program, in-residence at University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. Through CCM’s Preparatory & Community Engagement department, CYC’s educationally-based organization oversees a portfolio of: 

  • Six resident touring choirs 
  • Seven CPS, in-school choirs 
  • Three nationally-attended summer education festivals 
  • Two “top-ranked” education & engagement programs (Chorus America, 2018) 

Cincinnati Youth Choir’s learning environments are explorative, supportive, and fun. Our resident and in-school choirs have engaged thousands of Cincinnati youth through musicianship and vocal development and outstanding artistry. Inspired by the innovative El Sistema model, CYC also manages the city’s Cincinnati Choral Academy, a free after-school program serving over 200 CPS students, in collaboration with Cincinnati May Festival and Vocal Arts Ensemble (VAE), operating within a “participatory environment in which students and teachers learn and lead, together.”  

Over the past 30 years, CYC singers have formed lasting relationships with children outside their communities & developed a lifelong appreciation of choral music. Boasting an impressive international reputation, CYC singers have toured globally in Italy, Japan, China, Scandinavia, The United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, and Canada. CYC also holds the title of Gold Medal Youth Choir in 2012’s World Choir Games.

About Guest Choirs

Campbell County High School Chorale

Joshua Huff, conductor 

The Campbell County High School Chorale is the advanced mixed choir at CCHS and is comprised of students in grades 10-12. This year, the CCHS choral program consists three ensembles: Chorale, Advanced Women’s Choir, and Concert (Beginning) Choir with a total of 95 students. The CCHS Chorale has received Distinguished ratings at KMEA district and state choral performance assessments. This is Mr. Huff’s tenth year at Campbell County High School. His wife Amy has been the choir teacher at Campbell County Middle School for 20 years.

Little Miami High School Select Choirs

Sarah J. Baker, conductor 

The Little Miami Select Choirs organization includes the two auditioned choral ensembles from Little Miami High School (LM Chorale and Select Mixed Choir) and the Little Miami Tour Chorale (an ensemble comprised of present members and alumni). Established in 2003 by director, Sarah J. Baker, these ensembles have maintained a tradition of excellence ranging from earning Superior ratings in OMEA adjudicated events to gold rankings and championship titles at the international level. The select choir ensembles are in constant demand throughout the community and region, including invitations to the Ohio State Capitol, the Music for All National Choral Festival, OMEA and ACDA conferences. Our choirs have appeared most recently in the May Festival Chorus 25 for 25 project and the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra’s performance of Cecilia McDowell’s The Girl from Aleppo and the Walk with Little Amal events at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and the We Are One: HOPE presentation held at St. Catharine of Siena Church. The LM Select Choirs enjoy annual domestic educational tours, while the Tour Chorale travels internationally bi-annually. We are honored to be a part of the 2023 UC-CCM Feast of Carols.

Milford High School Concert Choir and Chamber Singers

Tracy Carpenter, conductor 

Making their third appearance at Feast of Carols, the Milford High School Choral program has a longstanding tradition of excellence.  The program includes two curricular choirs and three extra curricular a cappella ensembles, including a thriving barbershop group.  Milford choirs have received top ratings at OMEA Contest, and performed in Chicago, New York and Nashville, as well as all around the greater Cincinnati area.

St. Xavier High School Ensemble X

Angelo Sylvester, conductor

Ensemble X is St. Xavier High School’s varsity level choir and is a subset of the larger choral program known as “X-Men.” Students are selected through an audition process. This group often acts as the musical ambassadors of the school, performing not only for St. Xavier’s main stage concert series, but also in numerous events on campus and off campus. Ensemble X competes in OMEA Class A, often earning superior ratings at both the district and state level. The entire ensemble is honored to have been invited to CCM for the 2023 Feast of Carols. This year, they’ll be performing at the OMEA State Conference in February, and in April, you can catch them on stage performing a set in Carnegie Hall!

It was no coincidence that, in 2012, Cincinnati was chosen as the first American city to host the World Choir Games

Music for All Seasons

Rosters

Graduate Brass Quintet

Trumpet

  • Solomon Aband
  • Anna Sheppard

Horn

  • Sarah Zhukenova

Trombone

  • Evan Hatter

Tuba

  • Isaiah Buzdygon

CCM Chamber Choir and Chorale

Joe Miller, music director and conductor

Rachel Feldman, Christin Sears, Landon Scriber, and Sergey Tkachenko, graduate assistant conductors

Soprano

  • Lauren Albano
  • Ally Andrade
  • Madi Bosch
  • Elise Byard
  • Mira Desai
  • Margarita Elias
  • Eleanor Elmore
  • Alexzandra Foitzik
  • Kaylan Hernandez
  • Sydney Horan
  • Fiona Hughes
  • Audrey Lanier
  • Olivia Macina
  • Angela Mueller
  • Ellie Naehring
  • Mary Okotie
  • Natalie Romanick
  • Christin Sears
  • Morgan Small
  • Audrey Weber
  • Kit Whelchel
  • Leah Yackanech
  • Emerald Yuan

Alto

  • Melina Bartzis
  • Shiyang Chen
  • Cade Chisham
  • Eleanor Eyre
  • Rachel Feldman
  • Gretha Fergus
  • Mads Finke
  • Millicent Houston
  • Kate Liang
  • Natalie Mastali
  • Katie Menster
  • Samantha Pape
  • Clara Reeves
  • Lily Scalisi
  • Diamond Sparks
  • Daisy Su
  • Rie Yamaguchi
  • Dongqin Yu
  • Liyao Yu

Tenor

  • Mark Behrendt
  • Ryan Block
  • Timothy Carnahan
  • Matthew Dawson
  • Alberto de la Paz
  • Anthony Dillion
  • Valerie Dreith
  • Reed Gnepper
  • Nathan Knarr
  • AJ Matson
  • Matthew Swope
  • William Tanski
  • Clark Xiong
  • Jiayin Wang

Bass

  • John Depinet
  • Andrew Hallam
  • Alex Herron
  • Trevor Kroeger
  • Lucas Maceroni
  • Maksym Mahlay
  • Andrew Nash
  • Ethan Neal
  • Søren Pedersen
  • Landon Scriber
  • Nathan Smith
  • Cole Stephenson
  • Sergey Tkachenko
  • Leviticus Valko
  • Caleb Ward
  • Cory Wilcher

UC Choruses Roster

Alta Petit, Juncta Juvant and Cabaret Singers

Alberto de la PazTrevor Kroeger and Matthew Swope, conductors

Ryan Block and Liyao Yu, assistant conductors

Sopranos

  • Natalie Bennings
  • Bella Board
  • Sage Bushstone
  • Julianna Cover
  • Nicole Evans
  • Jenna Fujimara
  • Audrey Lanier
  • Liv Kelsey
  • Seven Kiener
  • Meakah Little
  • Gwenyth Miroslaw
  • Olivia Mueller
  • Alyssa Novak
  • Hannah Oliver
  • Maddie Schrand
  • Savanna Silver
  • Laura Stanell
  • Olivia Stoudt
  • Trinity Tobe
  • Catherine Vo
  • Niyati Vukkum
  • Alison Weber

Altos

  • Sarah Bender
  • Amaya Boyd
  • Elyse Bullen
  • Mae Deeter
  • Katie Doll
  • Maddie Forbis
  • Chloe Freeman
  • Sophia Hannah
  • Lingjun Hao
  • DaSiyah Hawes
  • Corvo Hopkins
  • Summer Hussain
  • Emmaline Kiser
  • Sarah Li
  • Yajiao Liang
  • Kate Lutz
  • Sydnie Rhone
  • Ava Schmidt
  • Haley Zaker

Tenors

  • Cooper Buchholz
  • Ian Bunt
  • Savion Cornett Hubbard
  • Sean Cornett Hubbard
  • Jim Creamer
  • Christion Daniels
  • Joseph Gagnon
  • Corbin Grantham
  • David Haskins
  • Evan Kupersmith
  • Alex Merk
  • Nate Merritt
  • Nick Pham-Rider
  • Christopher Valaski
  • Will Warfel
  • Christopher Young

Basses

  • Masroor Ahmed
  • Eddie Bender
  • Tyler Cailteux
  • Quinn Hunt
  • Cameron Jupp
  • Brennan McCoy
  • Travis Sandomierski
  • Yousef Shamma
  • Cameron Shearer
  • Sam Silva
  • Caleb Ward
  • Ben Zimpfer

Cincinnati Youth Choir: Bel Canto

Robyn Lana, director

Rachel Feldman, assistant director

  • Seth Allred
  • Zayne Armstrong
  • Caraline Barnett
  • Anna Burger
  • Madelyn Cahill
  • Kenna Cornish Scott
  • Sophie Corwin
  • Thanh-Tam Dao
  • Khushi Dayal
  • Kanika Dhakshinamoorthy
  • Grainne Duffy
  • Madelyn Farno
  • Ashlyn Frampton
  • Ella Giesler
  • Kennedi Grayer
  • Molly Harris
  • Caitlin Hartley
  • Lillian Heidt
  • Ruth Ann Hornsby
  • Georgia Horton
  • Amrutha Juluri
  • Victoria Louis
  • Taylor Maceyras
  • Mina Mader
  • Christopher Martin
  • Kara McLaughlin
  • Reilly Murphy
  • Diane Najoli
  • Lilliana Olguin-Hargett
  • Gwendolyn Ramage
  • Margaret Rankin
  • Carolyn Sagel
  • Noelle Sanderson
  • Shaili Shah
  • Sana Shyam
  • Mabel Smith
  • Anne Steinmetz
  • Genevieve Stevenson
  • Lily Stewart
  • Garrett Thornton
  • Kieran Thornton
  • Lucy Toomey
  • Sarah Wahlquist
  • Natalie Ward
  • Raven (Lailah) Whitlow
  • Edie Wolfer
  • Priyanka Yenugu

Cincinnati Youth Choir: Con Brio

Heather Vest, director 

  • Macey Adams
  • Asmi Batte
  • Beatrice Capling
  • Ani Darley-Emerson
  • Marie Godarova
  • Mikaela Harris
  • Malini Hayes
  • Aubrey Judy
  • Kishan King
  • Nora Kiradjieff
  • Ena McCarthy
  • Lucia Miramonti
  • Emma Myers
  • Carla Pacheco
  • Avila Schlechter
  • Alyssa Schwartz
  • Isaac Vest
  • Sophia Wang
  • Virginia Wynkoop
  • Ava Zhang

Cincinnati Youth Choir: Piccolo Coro

Hollyn Orr, director 

  • Ainsley Abercrombie
  • Daphne Bungenstock
  • August Duffy
  • Phoebe Eberhardt
  • Maxwell Gill
  • Emma Gooding
  • Arun Hayes
  • Jeremiah Jackson
  • Kino Lin
  • Leon Melon
  • Isabela Pantel
  • Erica Shao
  • Frances Von Allmen
  • Rylie Wiedeman
  • Maxwell Zhang
  • Ethan Zhou

Cincinnati Youth Choir: Vivace

Caitlyn McGlynn, director 

  • Atheena Agwuegbo
  • Amelia Appoh
  • Joseph Beck
  • Adelaide Blocher
  • Shea Buschmann
  • Ke'Myah Byers
  • Autumn Fagan
  • Emeline Gallagher
  • Alyanna Hickerson
  • Narayan King
  • Colin Marratta
  • Micah McGuire
  • Simon Moomaw
  • Frances Moothart
  • Cami Muller-Powers
  • Gracie Murphy
  • Lauren O'Donnell
  • Patricia Perez Moreno
  • Ry’Azja Phillips
  • Elliot Rack
  • Zela Smith
  • Rowan Teasdale
  • Elena Thornton
  • Chloe Volk
  • Lily Yi
  • William Zhang

Cincinnati Youth Choir: Voci

Greg Miller, director 

  • Zayne Armstrong
  • Anna Burger
  • Cameron Carnahan
  • Max Collins-Posa
  • Grainne Duffy
  • Ruth Ann Hornsby
  • Ahalya Nambiar
  • Margaret Rankin
  • Lucy Toomey

Cincinnati Youth Choir Alumni: Voci di Amici

Robyn Lana, director

  • Emily Albers
  • Lexi Annis
  • Robin Behlow
  • Sage Bushstone
  • Mollie Cappel
  • Timothy Carnahan
  • Samantha Cobb
  • Temple Corbett
  • Lucy Dobson
  • Holly Horner
  • Erin Horton
  • Veronica Langmyer
  • Meghan Leigh
  • Meakah Little
  • Greg Miller
  • Rebekah Mabalot
  • Evan Mathis
  • Caitlyn McGlynn
  • Karishma O'Brien-Cisneros 
  • Hollyn Orr
  • Maya Parks
  • Miranda Roberson
  • Emily Romick
  • Emma Watson

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New York Times spotlights East Coast premiere of 'Blind...

February 23, 2024

The New York Times recently featured the East Coast premiere of "Blind Injustice," an opera based on true exonerations achieved by the Ohio Innocence Project. The production opened on Feb. 16 , 2024, at Peak Performances at Montclair State University. Premiered in 2019 at Cincinnati Opera, the opera was first workshopped through Opera Fusion: New Works (OF:NW), a collaboration between Cincinnati Opera and UC College-Conservatory of Music.

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CCM welcomes celebrated vocal ensemble Gallicantus for residency

February 22, 2024

The celebrated vocal ensemble Gallicantus will visit the UC College-Conservatory of Music from March 2-6 for a professional choral singing residency with CCM's Choral Studies program. Under the direction of Gabriel Crouch, Gallicantus specializes in early and renaissance music. The group's CCM residency includes public lectures and workshops on topics ranging from the music of William Byrd to practical advice on building a career in music. Bookending the residency are two public concerts at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter in Chains in downtown Cincinnati.

3

CCM Wind Symphony pays homage to the Earth in multimedia concert

Event: February 23, 2024 7:30 PM

The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony presents an evening of astounding sounds and sights in "Creation of the World" at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23, in Patricia Corbett Theater Tickets are on sale now through the CCM Box Office!

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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
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
Buddy Rogers Music
LINKS Sponsor
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Land Acknowledgment

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 Tuesday through Friday, 1-5 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

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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.


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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 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.


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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.


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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.