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CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF MUSIC, CLEVELAND

Country:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

State:

OHIO

City:

CLEVELAND


Street Address:

11021 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio 44106, USA

Fax:

+1 216 791 3063

Web 1:


Program:

Undergraduate program

Details:

Bachelor of Arts in Music. Four years. Studies include performance, music history, theory. Bachelor of Music. Four years. Concentrations in performance (classical, opera), theory, composition, eurhythmics, audio recording. Studies include music history, aural skills. Bachelor of Science in Music Education. Four years. Includes choral and instrumental conducting.


Program:

Graduate programs

Details:

Master of Music. In performance, historical performance, opera, orchestral conducting, collaborative piano, composition, Suzuki violin and cello pedagogy. Doctor of Musical Arts.


Program:

Diploma and certificate programs

Details:

Artist Diploma. For advanced performance, composition.


Institution Notes:

An independent classical music conservatory founded in 1920, with Ernest Bloch as its first director. The staff of the Institute includes over 40 members and retired members of the Cleveland Orchestra. It is an All-Steinway School where programs focus solely on classical music. A Joint Music Program is organised with the Case Western Reserve University, thus increasing the range of courses available to students at both institutions. The Cleveland Institute offers the programs in performance, composition, eurhythmics, theory, audio recording, piano accompanying and Suzuki pedagogy, while Case Western Reserve University offers the courses in music history, music education and the liberal arts. Facilities include some fine performing spaces and state-of-the-art electronic studios. A Feldenkrais program is available for students. There are Young Artist Programs for gifted pre-college students. The Preparatory and Continuing Education Division offers classes in Dalcroze eurhythmics, Suzuki studies, theory and performance for children and adults of the local community. Outreach programs are delivered through the Center for Innovative Musicianship whereby college and preparatory students organise and present programs at local schools, hospitals and retirement facilities. Member of the National Association of Schools of Music.


Last Updated:

July 2020