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Upcoming Events

  • ChamberFest Cleveland V: Shakespeare

    June 28, 2016, 8:00 pm
    Mixon Hall

    Lauren Eberwein, mezzo soprano
    Diana Cohen, violin
    Alexi Kenney, violin
    Yura Lee, violin
    Dimitri Murrath, viola
    Julie Albers, cello
    Nathan Farrington, bass
    Franklin Cohen, clarinet
    Benjamin Jaber, horn
    Brandon Ridenour, trumpet
    Alexander Cohen, percussion
    Sivan Magen, harp
    Roman Rabinovich, piano
  • Lunch and Listen Recitals

    July 5, 2016, 12:00 pm
    Mixon Hall

    Classical Revolution Cleveland
       Ariel Clayton Karas, violin (BM ’10, MM ’11)
       Andrea Belding, viola (MM ’07)
       Andris Koh, cello (BM ’11, MM ’13)
  • 12th Annual Roberto Occasion Foundation Jazz Concert

    July 8, 2016, 7:00 pm
    Kulas Hall

    Presented by KeyBank
    Latin Jazz & Classic Jazz + a Patriotic Touch to Celebrate Independence Week!

    Bobby Sanabria
    Ocasio Latin Jazz Camp Students and Faculty
    Plus special guests, the Jazz Ambassadors of The U.S. Army Field Band
       from Washington, D.C.

A fresh perspective does wonders for your life and music - and travel can be the best way to see things differently. That's why we offer the opportunity to study at selected institutions in other countries. CIM partners with the schools below to set up direct reciprocal exchanges, which are simultaneous student-for-student exchanges involving two teachers of the same instrument.

How to Study Abroad

If you're a CIM student interested in spending a semester at one of our partner schools, you'll start by discussing the possibility with your principal teacher. Your teacher will be able to recommend international colleagues who would be a good fit for you (See Conservatory Catalog, Study Abroad). You'll need to go through the normal admission process at the institution where you want to study, and you might also need to prepare by studying a new language or taking other prerequisite classes.

How to Study at CIM

If you're an international student interested in studying at CIM, we have several options for you. Undergraduates may enroll in our Artist Certificate Program; graduate students enter the Professional Studies Program. Consult your current school's international-exchange personnel and the CIM Conservatory Catalog (International Students) for details. You must apply to CIM by March 15 for the following academic year. A DVD audition is required. For more information, please contact CIM Admission's Office: admission@cim.edu.


Participating International Partners