Venues


SOLO ROUNDS, GUEST ARTIST PERFORMANCES

Cleveland Institute of Music
Mixon Hall

The Cleveland Institute of Music is a premier conservatory devoted to training the next generation of classical musicians.  Founded in 1920, it currently flourishes on a campus in the heart of Cleveland’s famed University Circle arts and education district, which places it within easy walking distance of Severance Hall, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Botanical Garden, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and many, many more notable sites.  Mixon Hall, constructed in 2007, uses expansive walls of glass and rich wood finishes to create an intimate and acoustically rich environment that is perfect for soloists and small ensembles.

 


 

MASTER CLASSES

Cleveland Institute of Music
Kulas Hall

Master classes are an integral component of the CIPC for Young Artists experience.  All master classes will be held in Kulas Hall at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

 

 


 

FINAL ROUND, WITH THE CANTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Maltz Performing Arts Center
Case Western Reserve University

After a stunning renovation, this 1920s-era Temple-Tifereth Israel is now home to the the Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center.  Operating as a home for Case Western Reserve University’s music department, as well as its performing arts programs, the Center also opens its doors to a wide variety of cultural programs and concerts to engage the community.