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CIPC Board Honors Six Special Patrons

Community Connections
02/05/13

Richard and Connie Manuel, Mal and Barbara Mixon, and George and Rosalyn Sievila were unanimously elected Honorary Directors of the Cleveland International Piano Competition at the Annual Meeting in December.  The action was taken to honor their remarkable services and contributions to the Competition over the course of many years of dedicated support.  All of […]

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Grab a Seat for a Great Performance!

Community Connections

CIPC’s Pierre and Sophié van der Westhuizen will hold the spotlight for an exciting piano duo performance as part of the Cleveland International Film Festival FILM FEAST fundraising series.  The concert will be held at the Warrensville Heights branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 7:00 pm.  The event is […]

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Upcoming Events: PianoPaloozas

Events

Piano Portraits Alexander Schimpf will perform for a small group of fortunate individuals at the home of David Franklin, Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, and Antonia Reiner-Franklin on Sunday, March 10 at 3:00 pm.  The event, which is sponsored by Mrs. Clara Rankin, is nearly sold out.  Call the CIPC office at 216-707-5397 […]

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How a Pianist Makes a Good Impression

Competition

CIPC Artistic Director Paul Schenly and Executive Director Pierre van der Westhuizen have just finished reviewing the applications and performance DVDs submitted for the 2013 Competition.  Based on this experience, Pierre offers young pianists advice on how to make the best impression. This week, 110 very talented pianists received notification that they advanced to the […]

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CIPC Seeks Part-time Administrative Assistant

Community Connections

CIPC SEEKS PART-TIME ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT The Cleveland International Piano Competition, which will take place in late July and early August, is seeking an individual to work as an Administrative Assistant from mid-March through mid-August.  Click on the “Employment” tab at the top of this page to view details.    

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Sneak Peek at the 2013 Competition

Competition
12/14/12

Introducing the CIPC Festival Over the past few months the staff and volunteers at CIPC have been working enthusiastically to bring fresh and exciting new dimensions to the next Competition.  Presented collectively as the CIPC Festival, each event is designed to offer patrons an opportunity to learn something new, enjoy a different kind of music, […]

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Piano Portraits: Alexander Schimpf to Perform in a Private Home for Pianopalooza

Events

David Franklin, Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, and Antonia Reiner-Franklin will host a very special afternoon in their Shaker Heights home featuring a concert by 2011 first prize winner Alexander Schimpf.  The event is a highlight of CIPC’s PianoPalooza series of music and fun in distinctive venues. Guests also will be treated to […]

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2012 Concert Series Ends with a Sell Out

Concert Series

The 2012 Concert Series concluded in November with Fascinating Rhythm, a sold out concert featuring Spencer Myer and soprano Maribeth Crawford. The series ran throughout the year, beginning with a performance by the Westhuizen Duo (Pierre and Sophié van der Westhuizen), continuing with Kyu Yeon Kim, Daniil Trifonov, and Sergei Babayan, and then Eric Zuber […]

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Employment and Volunteer Opportunities at CIPC

Community Connections

Coordinating an event as large and as complex as the Cleveland International Piano Competition takes a lot of time, and the organization relies on part-time staff and volunteers in the months and weeks leading up to the start of the event to make it all come together.  This year, for the first time, employment and […]

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Attention 2013 Applicants!

Competition
12/06/12

Saturday, December 15 is the last day to apply to the 2013 Competition. All applications submitted by midnight on that date will be considered. Click here for application instructions.

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