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Cincinnati Children's Choir Summer Festival Registration

Keith Bowers
Open., Tuesday March 19 | $200.

 The award winning Cincinnati Children's Choir is registering for the Summer festival, aimed at strengthening local students and supporting local school music programs. Singers grade 3 through 9 may be selected by their music teachers to attend. For one week in July, students will experience creative and artistic music at CCM. Visit them online for more information.



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

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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