Cleveland Makes the List of Top Travel Destinations for 2015

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Alongside exotic locales that include Britain, Milan, Singapore and Iceland, the Los Angeles Times Travel Section has named Cleveland (OH!) one of 15 destinations that travelers should check out in 2015. This comes in the wake of the recent inclusion of our Erie-side city in Fodor’s list of 25 must-see travel destinations for 2015, and Travel and Leisure magazine’s 50 Best Places to Travel in 2015.

CIM Faculty and Student Land Grammy Nominations

Grammy nominations are out and the Cleveland Institute of Music congratulates student Daniil Trifonov; head of the CIM Guitar Department Jason Vieaux; violin faculty member Jaime Laredo; Director of Recording Services Alan Bise and head of the Audio Recording Degree Program Bruce Egre on their nominations.

Trifonov, current student of Sergei Babayan, has been nominated for Best Classical Instrumental Solo for his solo album, The Carnegie Recital and is featured in the album Mieczyslaw Weinberg, which is up for Best Classical Compendium. Vieaux has also been nominated for the Best Classical Instrumental Solo award for his album, Play, on the Azica Records Label, of which Bise is Chief Classical Producer and Egre is President and Chief Recording Engineer. Prince of Clouds, composed by Anna Clyne and performed Laredo and others, has been nominated for Best Contemporary Classical Composition.

The Cleveland Orchestra Appoints CIM Alumni

The Cleveland Orchestra welcomes three new members to the bassoon, violin and oboe sections and among them are Cleveland Institute of Music alumni Gareth Thomas and Analise Denise Kukelhan.

Students featured on CBS’s “On the Road with Steve Hartman”

On Friday, October 10 CBS Evening News with Scott Pelly aired it’s popular segment, “On the Road with Steve Hartman,” featuring Cleveland Institute of Music students Daniel Parvin and Marissa Plank, the artists-in-residence at Judson Manor, a senior living community.

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