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CIPC Announces 2017 Concert Series

Published by: Crystal • On: January, 6th 2017 • Under: Uncategorized

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The Cleveland International Piano Competition (CIPC) will present a full year of concerts in 2017, featuring extraordinary musicians from around the world. In keeping with CIPC’s ongoing activities to “celebrate the art of piano,” the concerts present a diverse array of piano music, including solo recitals, piano duo, chamber music, and more. In addition, each concert will include a distinctive social component, which in some cases is an optional event, and, in others, is part of the concert experience. Click here  for more information, or call 216-707-5397.

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Friday, February 10 | 6:00 pm
The Westhuizen Duo: Viva l’Amore!
Shaker Heights Country Club
$100 per guest; includes concert, dinner with wine service, and valet parking

A delightful program of music for piano four hands and a delectable dinner inspired by legendary Italian romance. Steinway Artists Pierre and Sophié van der Westhuizen will perform works by popular Romantic composers, including Brahms, Schubert, and Gershwin.

Tuesday, March 21
Marc-André Hamelin
Cleveland Museum of Art
CIPC Twilight | 5:30 pm | $80
Concert | 8:00 pm | $40 to $50

Juno Award winner Marc-André Hamelin will perform engaging works by Chopin, Haydn, Feinberg, Beethoven, and Scriabin. Concert will be preceded by CIPC Twilight, an exclusive, pre-concert dinner featuring a fascinating exploration of art during the time of Beethoven.

Sunday, April 30
Nikita Mndoyants
Omni Quartet, Members of The Cleveland Orchestra
Maltz Performing Arts Center
Concert | 3:00 pm | $35 to $45
CIPC Twilight | 5:00 pm | $35

Nikita Mndoyants, Mixon First Prize winner at the 2016 Cleveland International Piano Competition, returns to Cleveland with a glorious program to preview his Carnegie Hall debut later this summer. Mr. Mndoyants will perform solo works by Beethoven and Prokofiev, as well as Schumann’s magnificent Piano Quintet in E-flat Major, Op. 44 with the Omni String Quartet (Cleveland Orchestra members Amy Lee, Alicia Koelz, Joanna Zakany, and Tanya Ell). The concert will be followed by CIPC Twilight, an exclusive, meet-the-artists party.