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Why I Like Competitions

Published On: March, 26th 2013 • Under: Community Connections, Competition

by Mike Telin, ClevelandClassical.com I’ve recently become impressed by how deeply concerned organizations and companies are about finding out whether or not I have had an enjoyable experience. People everywhere are asking — how did you find your banking experience, your shopping experience, or your flight experience? Even websites have these little popup surveys — […]

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Look But Don’t Touch? Not For This Art!

Published On: March, 26th 2013 • Under: Community Connections, Competition

As if Gartner Auditorium and Severance Hall were not large enough to contain the glorious music of the Cleveland International Piano Competition, 22 brightly decorated pianos will pop up on the streets of Cleveland to help celebrate the event this summer. Presented jointly by CIPC and Case Western Reserve University, the pianos are a delightfully […]

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CIPC and Steinway Continue Remarkable Partnership

Published On: March, 26th 2013 • Under: Competition

When the first notes of the 2013 Cleveland International Piano Competition are played in Gartner Auditorium this summer, audience members will be treated to one of the most sublime sounds in the world of musical instruments:  the Steinway concert grand piano.  Those in attendance can relax, knowing that the quality of sound will remain the […]

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Marshall Griffith to Perform for “Jazz-a-Palooza”

Published On: March, 26th 2013 • Under: Events

Looking for a great way to welcome spring with some great jazz music?  Look no further than “Jazz-a-Palooza,” an afternoon concert on Sunday, April 14 with renowned jazz pianist Marshall Griffith in the beautiful Beachwood home of CIPC board member Zeda Blau. Marshall will perform in the warm ambience that can only be achieved in […]

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