Mark Rudoff, Music Director & Conductor

Welcome to the 65th Season of the Cincinnati Community Orchestra

Welcome to the 65th Season of the Cincinnati Community Orchestra

2018-2019 Season

The Cincinnati Community Orchestra is extremely pleased to announce that Mark Rudoff will join us as our new music director beginning with the 2018-2019 season.

We are very excited for this new chapter in our orchestra’s distinguished history. Please join us for our first concert with our new music director on Saturday, October 20th!

Mark Rudoff
Music Director & Conductor


Next Concert:

May Concert

Debussy Prelude to Afternoon of a Faun 
Berlioz Nuits d’ete
Katherine Rohrer, Soloist
Gershwin “Summertime” from Porgy and Bess
Bolcom Seattle Slew Three Dances
Copland Outdoor Overture


Saturday, May 4, 2019 7:30PM

Church of the Savior

United Methodist
8005 Pfeiffer Road
Cincinnati, OH 45242
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Every concert is free, but we appreciate your donations! Thank you for supporting the CCO!

Katherine Rohrer- Soloist May Concert

Assistant Professor Katherine Rohrer has been impressing audience members internationally with her warm, expressive tone, vocal agility, and dramatic, emotionally gripping performances. A former Adler Fellow and National Metropolitan Opera finalist, Katherine Rohrer garnered critical acclaim in some of the world’s most prestigious opera houses and symphonies including, Opera Colorado and Florida Grand Opera, Oper Frankfurt, the Malaysian Philharmonia, and the Saint Louis Symphony, Vlaamse Opera, Glyndebourne, Thèâtre de Genève, Teatro Municipal in Santiago de Chile, New York City Opera, Opera Lyon,San Francisco OperaLyric Opera of Chicago, and Glimmerglass Opera.  In autumn 2013, she joined the faculty at The Ohio State University as an assistant professor of voice. Born in Los Alamos, New Mexico, Rohrer received her undergraduate degree in Music Education from Stetson University, a master’s degree in Performance from New England Conservatory (Boston, Massachusetts), and a PhD. from the  Individual Interdisciplinary program with a focus in Music, Communication Sciences and Disorders and Health and Wellness Professions from Ohio University (Athens).


Stories about the CCO and Gerry’s Retirement after the 2016-2017 Season. After 35 years, conductor plans farewell performance. (WKRC Channel 12): A final bow: Cincinnati Community Orchestra conductor retiring after 35 years (WCPO Channel 9): Cincinnati Community Orchestra Conductor to retire after 35 years