The Musical Arts Series in Port Clinton takes great pride in presenting some of the best young musicians in our country. An example of this commitment to youth is the annual Cleveland Institute of Music Trio of Trios concert featuring students from the Cleveland Institute of Music be held this year on Sunday, April 3, at 3:30 p.m. at the Port Clinton High School Performing Arts Center, 821 S. Jefferson St.
CIM’s Anima Trio will play the Haydn Piano Trio No. 34 in B Flat Major, and the Luna Trio will play the Shostakovich Piano Trio No. 2 in E Minor, Op. 67. The third performance will be by a duo, rather than a trio, and they will perform the Chopin Cello Sonata in G Minor Op. 65.
Miller Ferries and Bassett’s Market are sponsoring these concerts. Admission is $15 at the door, with students admitted free.
Attendees will not be required to provide proof of COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test. All attendees will still be required to wear a mask during the entire performance. Free masks will be available at the ticket booth.
Although CIM is just on our doorstep, many do not know much about it and its top faculty and students. The Cleveland Institute of Music is one of just seven independent conservatories of music in the United States, one of three devoted exclusively to classical music performance.
CIM students benefit from access to world-renowned visiting artists and conductors, intensive study with CIM’s stellar faculty and the rich curriculum offered by CIM’s partner, Case Western Reserve University. CIM’s graduates command the most celebrated and revered stages in the world as soloists, chamber musicians and ensemble members; compose award-winning repertoire; and are sought-after teaching artists, administrators and thought leaders.
More than half of the members of The Cleveland Orchestra are connected to CIM as members of the faculty, alumni or both.