"Monteverdi from CCM" to premiere Sunday on CET Arts | CET Connect

"Monteverdi from CCM" to premiere Sunday on CET Arts

Posted by Kellie May on

May 7, 2013


CET, Cincinnati’s PBS station, is excited to announce that we will premiere Monteverdi from CCM at 8pm Sunday, May 12, on CET Arts. This program is part of a new collaboration between CCM and CET, which will bring CCM’s world-class performances to CET viewers throughout Greater Cincinnati.


Monteverdi from CCM was shot on location in CCM Village in November of 2012. The performance features CCM’s Chamber Choir, Early Music faculty members, students and guest artists presenting highlights from Claudio Monteverdi’s Madrigals of Love and War and Selva Morale e Spirituale. Guest artist continuo members include Michael Leopold, theorbo; Elizabeth Motter, Baroque harp; Jennifer Roig-Francolí, Baroque violin; James Lambert, contrabass and gamba; Yaël Senamaud, Baroque violin; and Rodney Stucky, archlute and Baroque guitar. Support for CCM’s Monteverdi project was provided by the Willard and Jean Mulford Charitable Fund of the Cambridge Charitable Foundation.


This CET Arts program is 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.


In case you aren’t able to catch the premiere of Monteverdi from CCM, here are all the currently scheduled broadcast times.


8 – 9:30 p.m. Sunday, May 12

8 – 9:30 a.m. Monday, May 13

1 – 2:30 p.m. Monday, May 13

5 – 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 13

10 – 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 14

3 – 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 14

10 – 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 14


Haven’t heard of CET Arts? Not sure where to find CET Arts on your television? Visit www.CETconnect.org/cet-arts for all the information, including a channel guide.


About The Monteverdi Project and CCM: The Monteverdi Project was conceived and initiated by Earl Rivers, CCM’s Director of Choral Studies, following the success of CCM’s Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 concert in November 2010. The Project has since engaged regional, national and international Early Music artist-performers and specialists to coach, rehearse and perform with fifty talented graduate and undergraduate CCM students in highlights from the collections of sacred music and secular music by the greatest Italian composer of the Early Baroque, Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643).

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.

About CET: CET is Greater Cincinnati’s leading provider of education and enrichment in both living rooms and classrooms, reaching more than 2 million residents; 470,000 students and 37,000 teachers. Through PBS and local programming, CETconnect.org, innovative multimedia curriculum projects, parent workshops and professional development for teachers, CET positively impacts our community with rich and diverse resources. CET was the first licensed educational television station in the nation, the first high-definition public station in Ohio, and, through CETconnect.org, the first public television station to offer a community-based public media on-demand service. For more information about CET, CET Arts or CET Create, visit www.CETconnect.org.
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