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    • Cleveland Institute of Music

    • Cleveland Institute Of Music
    • "The Institute is an independent profession school of music established in 1920 for the training young people of all ages. Diploma and degree courses are offered in piano, voice, violin, orchestral instruments, theory, composition, music history,...
    • Fenn and Cleveland Institute of Music merge

    • Fenn College; Cleveland (Ohio); Rubenstein, Beryl; Bukartyk, Mary; Cleveland Institute of Music
    • Beryl Rubenstein showing Mary Bukartyk sheet music. "Beryl Bubenstein ... Mary Bukartyk 2085 W 11th street. Fenn - Cleveland Institute of Music. Merge." -- photo verso. "Beryl Rubenstein director of Cleveland Institute of Music, auditions Mary...
    • Blossom Music Center

    • Blossom Music Center; Auditoriums
    • "Blossom Music Center. This dramatic view portrays the 4th of July Celebration which is one of the many festive attractions at this well renowned center. Blossom Music Center, located between Akron and Cleveland, is the summer home of the Cleveland...
    • Program for the week of July 16, 1939, featuring the "Kodaly Music Festival" and...

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Spayde, Sydney H.; Kodály, Zoltán, 1882-1967; Festivals; Folk Arts Festivals; Folk dance music; Folk...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, July 16, 1939. This was followed on Tuesday, July 18, 1939, by the Kodaly Music Festival, sponsored by Cain Park Theatre and...
    • Tom Jones

    • Theatrical productions; Tom Jones
    • February 9, 1978 Cleveland Press article by Rusty Brown about harpsichordist Lucille Gruber's involvement in Cleveland State University's production of "Tom Jones."
    • Adventures in Music, Inc.

    • Adventures in Music Inc.; Music stores
    • "Adventures in Music, Inc. 2172 South Taylor Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. ER 1-4970. Having a wonderful time listening to hi-fi. Why not come and join us for outr grand opening celebration, February 4-23? We'll have stereophonic demonstrations,...
    • Music Department

    • Fenn College; Cleveland State University; Music Department
    • Fenn started its music program in conjunction with the Cleveland Institute of Music in 1952. Here Mary Bukartyk (BBA, 1953), the first registrant for the program, auditions for CIM Director Beryl Rubenstein.
    • Blossom Music Center

    • Blossom Music Center; Auditoriums
    • "Blossom Music Center. Summer home of the world famous Cleveland Orchestra located in the rolling hills of Northhampton Township between Cleveland and Akron. Air photo by Richard E. Pitschke."--card verso.
    • Blossom Music Center

    • Blossom Music Center; Auditoriums
    • "Blossom Music Center, summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra, is located in more than 500 wooded acres between Akron and Cleveland. Built in 1968, the dramatic pavilion seats 4,642 persons with room for up to 15,000 more on the spacious lawn....
    • Blossom Music Center

    • Blossom Music Center; Orchestras; Open-air theaters; Northampton Township
    • "Blossom Music Center at Night. Summer home of the World Famous Cleveland Orchestra located in the rolling hills of Northampton Township between Cleveland and Akron."--card verso.
    • W.D. Packard Music Hall

    • Warren (Ohio); Music halls; Packard Music Hall; Theaters
    • Photograph of Packard Music Hall; 1958. Built in 1955 at a cost of $750,000 with funds willed by W.D. Packard, the music hall sits at the forefront of the 120-acre Packard Park. Plays, concerts, touring productions (etc.), as well as the free...
    • "Juneteenth" Celebration of Music of Black Composers

    • Composers; Music festivals; Slavery; Choirs (Music); Spirituals (Songs)
    • A "Juneteenth" Celebration of the Music of Black Composers held Sunday, June 26, 2005. Included a discussion of "Africa to Now" and a concert featuring The Greater Cleveland Panhellenic Choir and Sutphen School of Music Faculty members with...

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