A New Collaboration Between UC's College-Conservatory Of Music And Twin Towers Senior Community

Oct 6, 2015

Soprano Annie Barr (right) and collaborative pianist Alyssa Griffith are the first students to participate in the new Artists-in-Residence program at Twin Towers.

The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and the Twin Towers senior living community have created a new Artist-in-Residence program, through which a pair of CCM student artists will live on one of Twin Towers’ campuses, rent-free. In return, the students will perform one recital each month and invite community members to attend open rehearsals and discussions.

Joining is to discuss the new program are Dean of the College-Conservatory of Music and Thomas James Kelly Professor of Music, Peter Landgren; Twin Towers Executive Director Jim Lay; and soprano Annie Barr, one of the first two CCM Twin Towers artists-in-residence.

Artists-in-residence Annie Barr and Alyssa Griffith will perform monthly concerts throughout the Twin Towers’ campus during their residency. The duo’'s next performance is at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, October 11, in Twin Towers’ Gulden Center. To learn more about their upcoming performances, click here.