CIM Orchestra & Guest Conductor Timothy Muffitt
This event is part of the Institute's centennial celebration, CIM at 100: A Century of New Music, presenting a variety of concerts and events for the community that spotlight works by some of CIM’s most esteemed composition faculty and alumni throughout history.
A live broadcast of this performance will be available on WCLV 104.9 FM and wclv.org, with support from Audio-Technica.
Timothy Muffitt’s appearance is made possible by the Kulas Visiting Artist Series funded by the Kulas Foundation. CIM at 100: A Century of New Music is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
- FITCH Totem (1993)
- STRAVINSKY Symphony in C
- RACHMANINOFF Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30
- Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra
- Timothy Muffitt, guest conductor
Jiarui Cheng, piano, student artist
Free seating passes are required. Reserve your passes.
Potential Weather Conditions
Should there be a reason to cancel the concert due to weather conditions, you can call the box office at 216.795.3211 and listen to the recorded greeting for the latest updates. In the unlikely event of a cancelation, the concert unfortunately cannot be rescheduled.
Cleveland Institute of Music
11021 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
Safety Protocols: Reservations (free seat passes or paid tickets) for all events are required. As conditions evolve, CIM's protocols for in-person concert attendance may be adjusted at any time; find the most current information on the Safety Measures page. Ticketholders will be sent an email with additional details before each of their scheduled performances.
Parking / Entrances: All patrons should enter through CIM's Hazel Drive entrance. CIM's parking lot is available for concertgoers; for details and parking rates, please visit cim.edu/parking.