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  • Lecture: Music Theory Colloquium

    September 27, 2016, 12:30 pm
    Studio 226

    Bad Music and Bad Musicians
    Dr. Timothy Cutler
    The greatness of renowned composers and performers is easily taken for granted unless we spend some time at the other end of the talent spectrum.
  • Faculty Recital: Boulez Legacy Series

    September 28, 2016, 8:00 pm
    Mixon Hall

    THE BOULEZ LEGACY
    Boulez the Friend and Teacher

    Carolyn Warner & Friends XIII

    Carolyn Gadiel Warner, piano
    Daniel Shapiro, piano
    Franklin Cohen, clarinet
    Mari Sato, violin
    Brian Thornton, cello
    Victor Beyens, violin, student artist
    James Umble, alto/soprano saxophone, guest artist
  • CIM@CMA: Music in the Galleries

    October 5, 2016, 6:00 pm
    Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd., Cleveland

    The popular series of monthly concerts in the galleries featuring young artists from the Cleveland Institute of Music and the joint program with Case Western Reserve University’s early and baroque music programs enters its fifth season. Outstanding conservatory musicians present mixed programs of chamber music amid the museum’s collections for a unique and intimate experience—concerts regularly feature instruments from the museum’s keyboard collection.

    From standard repertoire to unknown gems, these early-evening, hour-long performances are a delightful after-work encounter or the start of a night out. Programs announced the week of the performance.

    Free, no tickets required. More information is available at: clevelandart.org

Young Artists Shine at CIM in the Summer

July 3, 2013

For the young musicians who apply, audition and earn coveted spots in Cleveland Institute of Music summer programs, it’s a time to learn, grow and let their talent shine.

Exceptionally talented young musicians begin to arrive at CIM in May, just as Conservatory students are graduating, to attend the Sergei Babayan International Piano Academy. These students participate in one-on-one lessons with master pianist Sergei Babayan, have access to Steinway pianos, air-conditioned practice spaces and opportunities to observe the coaching of other Academy participants. Their intensive studies culminate in a final marathon recital held in the school’s state-of-the-art Mixon Hall.

Each June, CIM hosts overlapping young artist programs—Summer Sonata and the Young Composers Program—for students ranging in age from 9 to 19.

Summer Sonata is a two-week program directed by Dr. Sean Schulze (chair, Preparatory piano) and is offered at junior (ages 10–12) and senior levels (ages 13–18). The camp includes regular private lessons, master classes with renowned faculty and guest artists, as well as daily supervised practice sessions. What makes the program even more unique is that it provides young pianists with an opportunity to grow as musicians and develop their skills while learning some of the important nuances of performing for an audience.

This year, the Young Composers Program (YCP) was personally directed by Keith Fitch, head of the CIM composition department and a world-renowned composer who recently premiered a commissioned work in New York as part of a celebration by the American League of Composers. He was joined by CIM alumni Tim Mauthe and Jeremy Allen.

The program focuses on young composers ranging from 14 to 19 years old, and includes a private composition lesson, a course in the craft of composition, exposure to a wide array of contemporary classical music in listening sessions and workshops on the best ways to notate musical ideas.

Both of these programs wrapped up with concerts showcasing the students’ hard work. The YCP concerts, hosted in Kulas Hall, take place over two days (June 28 and 29). Artists performing the young composers’ works this year are members of Ars Futura (Maddi Lucas, flute; Shuai Wang, piano and Andris Koh, cello). The concerts were professionally recorded so each young composer received a CD of his or her work.

The Summer Sonata concert took place on Friday, June 28, in Mixon Hall—a state-of-the-art hall that was acoustically designed specifically for solo and chamber music performances.

To learn more about what CIM has to offer pre-college music students, visit cim.edu/preparatory.


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