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Asia Rising

Alli Walker
8 p.m. , Friday February 15 | $12 general admission, $6 non-UC students, UC Students Free.

 Japan and China are at the forefront in Asia for new and exciting sounds for winds. Discover why with a program featuring: Kamioka: In Autumn Skies. Chen Yi: Dragon Rhyme. Chen Qian: One More Cup. Taruya: The Archangel Gabriel who Leaves a House of Tobias. Ito: Gloriosa. Located at the Corbett Auditorium. 



Where: College-Conservatory of Music
Phone: 513-556-4183
Address: UC Campus, CCM Village, Corry Blvd.
Website: www.ccm.uc.edu

College-Conservatory of Music

UC Campus, CCM Village, Corry Blvd.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45221
 
With a Mainstage Musical Theater Season and top-notch dramas, CCM offers a showcase for talent getting training to make it on Broadway, Hollywood, TV and regional stages. Venues include Ralph Corbett Auditorium, Patricia Corbett Theatre or Cohen Studio Theatre.
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