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  • CIM OPERA THEATER

    April 18, 2015, 7:30 pm
    Kulas Hall

    Spring Scenes

    David Bamberger, director
    John Simmons, music director, piano

     

  • CIM OPERA THEATER

    April 19, 2015, 3:00 pm
    Kulas Hall

    Spring Scenes

    David Bamberger, director
    John Simmons, music director, piano

     

  • Sergei Babayan Faculty Recital- MOVED TO APRIL 15

    April 19, 2015, 8:00 pm

    *THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN MOVED TO APRIL 15 AT 8PM IN MIXON HALL*
     
    Sergei Babayan, piano
    Zsolt Bognár, piano, guest artist
    Jeanelle Brierley, violin, student artist
    Aaron Mossburg, viola, student artist
    Julian Müller, cello, student artist
    Christian Standridge, cello, student artist
    Antonio Escobedo, double bass, student artist
    Connor Monday, horn, student artist

     

Formed in 1980 and named in honor of CIM's first Director, the Ernest Bloch Society represents the core of our voluntary support. Known for his skills as a great educator and as one of the finest composers of the 20th century, Ernest Bloch served as a model of what is best about a conservatory education - a unique learning environment borne of the interaction of gifted students with artists/educators who have reached the top of their profession.

As a result of an October 2007 decision by CIM's Board of Trustees, the initial Bloch Society contribution level was changed, after 27 years, from $1,000 to $1,500. CIM is committed to providing excellence in education and this excellence is maintained through generous private support. With the cost of a college education continuing to rise, there is a vital need not only to encourage our donors to raise their level of giving, but also to attract new donors to the Bloch Society.


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