"CCM Orchestra Series: Mahler Symphony #3" comes to CET Arts June 10th
June 5, 2013
CET, your Greater Cincinnati PBS station, is proud to present another local arts program on CET Arts – The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music’s Orchestra Series: Mahler Symphony #3 in D Minor.
Recorded in March, this performance was part of CCM’s day-long Mahler Marathon, which featured performances of Gustav Mahler’s Third and Four Symphonies and other selections by the CCM Philharmonia and Concert Orchestras. CCM Director of Orchestral Studies Mark Gibson conducted the entire “marathon” performance.
“The Third and Fourth Symphonies of Mahler outline the progress of humankind from earthly life to heavenly life,” Gibson explains. “I, along with 300 gifted student performers in our orchestras and choruses, look forward to sharing this unique spiritual and sonic journey with the Cincinnati public.”
This performance of Mahler’s Third Symphony features the CCM Philharmonia joined by the UC Women’s Chorus, Xavier University’s Women’s Chorus and the Cincinnati Children’s Choir Con Brio.
CCM Orchestra Series: Mahler Symphony #3 will be broadcast at 8pm Monday, June 10, on CET Arts.
CCM’s Mahler Marathon is dedicated to the memory of loyal arts patron and UC alumna Louise Dieterle Nippert with the support of The Louise Dieterle Nippert Musical Arts Fund and Macy’s.
CCM is a nationally ranked and internationally renowned conservatory for the performing and electronic media arts. Recognized by the Ohio Board of Regents as the state's only Center of Excellence in Music and Theatre Arts, CCM presents nearly 1000 concerts, productions and public events each year. Discover the world-class musicians, virtuoso performances, creative collaborations and inspiring productions that make us CCM by visiting http://ccm.uc.edu.
CET Arts, which is celebrating three years on-air, brings the world stage to Greater Cincinnati and showcases the arts in our community.
When you watch CET Arts, you'll have a front row seat for the best in drama, visual arts, dance and music, ranging from symphonic to bluegrass. You’ll enjoy arts programs and performance specials featuring Greater Cincinnati arts organizations along with encore presentations of PBS favorites, such as Great Performances at the Met, Masterpiece, Soundstage and more.
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Local CET Arts programs like CCM Orchestra Series: Mahler Symphony #3 are made possible for broadcast by: The Louise Dieterle Nippert Musical Arts Fund with additional support from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. / U.S. Bank Foundation; Sallie and Randolph Wadsworth; The Eleanora C.U. Alms Trust, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee; Macy’s; and The Wohlgemuth Herschede Foundation.
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