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Upcoming Events

  • Pianofest

    March 31, 2015, 7:30 pm
    Mixon Hall

    Paul Schenly, host

  • CIM@CMA | Music in the Galleries

    April 1, 2015, 6:00 pm
    Cleveland Museum of Art

    Students from CIM and the CWRU early music program present a wide range of repertoire in this series of early evening performances. To make your evening even more musical, attend the 8pm CIM Orchestra Concert at Severance.

    Presented in collaboration with the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Case Western Reserve University Music Department.

    Cleveland Museum of Art | 11150 East Blvd, University Circle

  • Preparatory: Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony Concert

    April 1, 2015, 7:00 pm
    Perry High School, 4325 Manchester Ave., Perry, OH

    Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony II – Concert Winds
    Daniel Crain, conductor
    Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony II – Symphonic Winds
    Melissa Lichtler, conductor
    Perry High School Symphonic Band
    Bradley Hruska, conductor

The CIM Conservatory offers the following degrees:

  • MM in Violin Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy

  • MM in Cello Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy

Teacher Trainer Faculty: Kimberly Meier-Sims, violin; Melissa Kraut, cello.

CIM Conservatory Suzuki Pedagogy candidates must be admitted to the CIM Master of Music degree program. The Pedagogy curriculum promotes the exploration and application of Suzuki philosophies, which encourage utilizing the Suzuki method to demonstrate principles of playing and teaching violin, viola, and cello.

An in-depth study and performance of the Suzuki Violin/Cello school repertoire is required of all CIM Suzuki Pedagogy students, including a comprehensive knowledge of supplemental scales, arpeggios, études and works from the standard repertoire. Pedagogy students must complete required observations of private and group lessons within the CIM Preparatory Department.

Pedagogy Graduate Program requirements

MUPD 445, 445a, 446, 446a, 447, and 448 for a total of 12 credit hours in Suzuki Pedagogy.

Apprenticeship with the CIM Preparatory Suzuki Program under supervision of Pedagogy instructor.

Year One:

  • Assisting with Suzuki Prep Group Lessons
  • Practice Partners with Sato Students

Year Two:

  • Assisting with Suzuki Prep Group Lessons
  • Individual Teaching Practicum
  • Graduation Lecture Recital

To learn more about Suzuki Teacher Training, please visit www.suzukiassociation.org.

Statement of Purpose

Master of Music in Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy

The purposes of the Master of Music degree in Performance and Suzuki Pedagogy incorporate all those discussed in the Master of Music degree in Performance program, with the additional purpose of developing advanced competencies in the pedagogical approach developed by Shinichi Suzuki. The Suzuki method's pedagogical approach combines the exploration and application of Suzuki's philosophies with comprehensive knowledge of supplemental scales, arpeggios, études and works from the standard repertoire. This program is available only to students whose principal performance area is violin or cello.