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Pierre van der Westhuizen to Appear on “Living the Classical Life”

Community Connections
07/21/15

CIPC President and CEO Pierre van der Westhuizen will appear this fall on Living the Classical Life, hosted by pianist Zsolt Bognár. The program features in-depth interviews and one-of-a-kind performances with the people who are shaping the world of today’s classical music. Watch our e-newsletters and Facebook page for the release date. In the meantime, […]

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CIPC Throwback! Watch Your Favorite Performances Now!

Competition

Thanks to the hard work of CIPC summer intern Christopher Brinich, dozens of performance videos from past competitions are now available on YouTube. Watch winning performances from Stanislav Khristenko, Alexander Schimpf, Martina Filjak, and more – including the fantastically entertaining performance of Lavignac’s Galop-Marche performed by the four 2013 winners. More videos are being added […]

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In Memoriam

Community Connections

Constance Curtiss Manuel, known to her many friends at the CIPC as Connie, died in June at the age of 96. She was a sixth generation Clevelander, descended from the earliest settlers of our nation. Mrs. Manuel attended Laurel School in Shaker Heights, Simmons College in Boston, and Western Reserve Medical School. She completed her […]

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Catch Up With Our Artists

Past Winners
07/13/15

2013 Mixon First Prize winner Stanislav Khristenko has recently returned from an overseas tour that took him to London and Korea for performances with the Milton Keynes City Orchestra (Rachmaninoff No. 2) and the Suwon Philharmonic Orchestra (Beethoven No. 3). Late July and August is a very busy time, marked by recital appearances at Kent […]

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Free Summer Concert Series Returns

Community Connections
06/01/15

CIPC’s hugely popular Summer Concert Series at the Beachwood Community Center will return with its first concert on Thursday, June 18 at 6:15 pm.  This first in a series of nine concerts, all of which will be held at the same time on consecutive Thursday nights, will feature Ariel Clayton (violin), Andris Koh (cello), and Emily […]

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Yuanfan Yang and Jae Hong Park win Young Artists Competition

Young Artists
05/27/15

Eighteen-year-old Yuanfan Yang from the UK (Senior Division) and 15-year-old Jae Hong Park from South Korea (Junior Division) were named first prize winners of the CIPC Young Artists competition. The jury selected the winners from a field of 25 candidates who performed over a ten-day period in May.

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CIPC to present free childrens’ concerts

Community Connections
05/21/15

Lions, kangaroos, tortoises, elephants, and other exotic animals will enchant Cleveland school children early this summer in a very unexpected way, as the CIPC presents two free performances of Camille Saint-Saëns’ kid-friendly Carnival of the Animals. The work, which is a musical depiction of animals engaging in their own high-spirited parade, is hugely popular and […]

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CIPC Young Artists Winners to Perform in Sold Out NY Debut

Young Artists
05/11/15

Yuanfan Yang and Jae Hong Park, the first prize winners of the 2015 CIPC Young Artists Competition, will perform in a sold out recital at The Frick Collection on Thursday, July 13 at 7:30 pm. The concert is being presented by the Cleveland International Piano Competition as part of the Young Artists prize package. Mr. […]

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Professional Musicians Available Through CIPC

Community Connections
02/10/15

CIPC ArtsConnect, the music outreach program that provides top-level musical performances to communities, schools, and health care facilities, works with an amazing roster of dedicated artists who are based in Northeast Ohio.  World-class jazz, classical, and cabaret-style instrumentalists and vocalists provide their time and talent to ArtsConnect, in between their own professional engagements and, in […]

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CIPC Young Artists: The Latest News

Young Artists

New York Debut Announced for First Prize Winner, Senior Division The first prize winner in the Senior Division will be awarded a cash prize of $25,000, presented by CIPC Board of Directors member Zoya Reyzis.  In addition, the winner will receive a debut recital at The Frick Collection in New York, one of the most respected […]

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