February 16, 2015
Students Perform at the Kennedy Center in D.C. - Watch it online!
On February 18, Cleveland Institute of Music students, Lara Hueter (marimba, Richard Weiner and Paul Yancich), Diondre McKinney (flute, Joshua Smith), Daniel Overly (piano, Anita Pontremoli), Hayato Tanaka (trumpet, Michael Sachs) and Shen Lu (piano, HaeSun Paik) performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. as part of the Performing Arts Conservatory Project.
The students performed a program of Bach, Peskin, Beethoven and Rachmaninoff along with contemporary works that included a piece by CIM student composer Gabriel Novak (Keith Fitch and Steven Mark Kohn).
Missed the performance? This performance, as well as performances from previous years, are archived on the Kennedy Center Website for viewing.
This marks the eleventh consecutive year CIM has participated in the Conservatory Project which began in 2004 as part of the Kennedy Center's Performing Arts for Everyone initiative. The Project aims to develop young talent from the nation's leading conservatories while Washington audiences are introduced to young performers with extraordinary talent in classical instrumentation, vocals, jazz, musical theater and opera--the next generation of professional musicians!