Sunday, November 28, 1999

CCM opening events




        CCM has planned a gala weekend to dedicate its new CCM Village:

        Friday
        1:30 p.m.: CCM Village Dedication Ceremony, CCM Atrium.

        3 p.m.: Architectural Forum with design architect Henry N. Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, in the Robert J. Werner Recital Hall.

        Panel includes Lawrence Kirkegaard, acoustician; Charles Young designer of performance spaces; Laurie Olin, landscape architect; and David Niland, head of UC's Architectural Review Committee. CCM's Amernet String Quartet, and a vocal/guitar duo will perform.

        8 p.m.: “The Changing Media Environment,” Michael Klausman, president, CBS Studio Center, Inaugural Electronic Media Lecture Series, in Robert J. Werner Recital Hall. Reception follows in the Bartlett Television Center.

        Saturday
        7:30 p.m.: Opening Celebration Gala, “On the Wings of a Dream,” a showcase of CCM talent hosted by TV celebrity Hugh Downs; conducted by Cincinnati Pops conductor Erich Kunzel. Corbett Auditorium. Tickets: $35-$150. 556-2100.

        Sunday
        Noon-6 p.m.: Public Open House, self-guided tours, Free.

        2 and 5 p.m.: Feast of Carols, Corbett Auditorium. Tickets: $10 general; $5 students. 556-4183.

        Parking
        The new 400-space CCM parking garage is accessible from Corry Boulevard off Jefferson Avenue.

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