The Impact of Your Gift
The Cleveland institute of Music relies on support from individuals, through planned giving and donor-advised funds, and from foundations, businesses and other organizations to provide our students with a professional, world-class education in the art of music.
Impacts the Future of Music
When you give to CIM, you help produce new musical talent for the world's leading orchestras and opera companies. You help create a new generation of outstanding teachers and performers. You help stimulate the love and understanding of music worldwide. You help make dreams come true.
Over 98% of CIM's conservatory students receive scholarship support which comes from unrestricted annual giving (Annual Fund), endowed scholarships and foundations. In 2012-13, CIM awarded more than $8 million in scholarship support and even more is needed to fully match the financial needs of every student. [See what scholarship means to our students]
Impacts Northeast Ohio's Classical Musical Scene
CIM also plays a strong role in our community. Each year, CIM provides over 300 concerts/recitals to the general public free of charge, making it the largest provider of live classical music performance in Northeast Ohio. CIM students also perform at local schools, hospitals and senior centers.
Impacts Students from Across the Region and Around the World
CIM plays a strong role in the world. Our Distance Learning program allows students from around the world to participate in classes by CIM faculty and for CIM students to receive instruction from teachers across the globe.
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DANIIL TRIFONOV WORLD PREMIERE
April 23, 2014, 8:00 pm
Daniil Trifonov, piano
Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra
Joel Smirnoff, conductor
ADVANCED PIANO TRIO PROGRAM GALA CONCERT
April 24, 2014, 8:00 pm
Sharon Robinson, APTP director
April 25, 2014, 8:00 pm
Joan Kwuon, violin
Jaime Laredo, violin
Joel Smirnoff, viola
Sharon Robinson, cello
Sandra Shapiro, piano