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CIPC offers a new way to experience the Cleveland Museum of Art

Published On: April, 30th 2013 • Under: Competition

By David Franklin Sarah S. and Alexander M. Cutler Director Cleveland Museum of Art It’s important to me that the museum is a container for as many of the arts as possible. Fundamentally, art is about inspiration, creativity, and sensitivity. The experience of music can provide us with a new way to explore paintings. Music […]

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CIPC Festival adds a sensational new dimension to Competition

Published On: April, 30th 2013 • Under: Competition, Events

32 contestants?  Yes.  Breathtaking performances?  Yes.  Drama and excitement?  Of course.  But wait – there’s more! This year marks the launch of the CIPC Festival, a series of events running concurrently with the Competition that will entertain, engage, and expand the knowledge of anyone who wants to take a step or two beyond the contestant […]

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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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