CET looking for photos for special CSO video project


Nov. 13, 2012

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Kellie May

CET Promotions & Communications




CET looking for photos for special CSO video project


Cincinnati – CET (Cincinnati Educational Television) is looking for photos of iconic Greater Cincinnati people and places to be part of a companion video for a Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra performance in the spring.


The CSO concert, which will be May 3rd and May 4th at Music Hall, will include Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon’s All Things Majestic. The Orchestra will perform the 20 minute, four movement work alongside CET video featuring images of the Cincinnati area.


While CET already has some video and still photos to develop this piece, we are looking for more. We need photos of iconic images of people and places in our community – on both sides of the river.


If you would like to submit your photos for consideration for inclusion in the video, please send electronic copies to ALLTHINGSMAJESTIC@CETconnect.org. Chosen images will need to be very high resolution. Photographers will not be paid for images used in the video, but will receive credit in the CSO program and in any other promotional materials for the concert as well as two complimentary tickets to the concert.


All Things Majestic is a classical piece inspired by the beauty of Jackson Hole’s wild lands. Higdon first presented her commissioned work at the Grand Teton Music Festival in Wyoming earlier this year.


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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