CIM Students and Faculty Perform “Music for Food”

Tue 2/18 @ 8PM

The talented students at the Cleveland Institute of Music, some of whom will go on to join world-class orchestras or have international performing careers, also have big heart.

The CIM Student Government Association is presenting a concert in association with the national organization Music for Food to raise money and donations for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

Both students and distinguished faculty members, including several members of the Cleveland Orchestra, will perform at the concert, taking place at First Baptist Church in Shaker Heights. The program includes Camille Saint-Seans’ Havanaise, op. 83, Charles Gounod’s Petite Symphony, and Felix Mendelssohn’s String Octet in E-flat Major, Op. 20.

The concert is free and open to the public. But you can bet there’ll be donation buckets everywhere you turn. Don’t forget those nonperishable food items!

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