Florence Harkness Memorial Chapel
Free and open to the public; no tickets required.
This annual event sponsored by the Music Undergraduate Involvement Committee (M.U.S.I.C.) celebrates the Joint Music Program (JMP) between Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Institute of Music.
7 Variations from Mozart's Magic Flute in E-flat L. Beethoven (1770-1827)
Bryan Dumm, Cello
Carolyn Warner, Piano
Impromptu in B-flat major, D. 935 no. 3 F. Schubert (1797-1828)
Gerardo Teissonnière, Piano
Sonata 2000 A. Wilson (b. 1954)
I. Allegro agitato
Paul Ferguson, Trombone
Anne Wilson, Piano
Sydney’s Waltz A. Poxon (b. 1994)
Lamentos do Morro Garoto (1915-1955)
Andy Poxon, Guitar
Sonata for Clarinet and Piano A. Harberg (b. 1973)
Daniel Gilbert, Clarinet
Donna Lee, Piano
CWRU Music Concert Series
This performance is part of the CWRU Music Concert Series. These events are free and open to the public. Can't be with us in person? No problem! View the livestream channel below on concert day.
Joint Music Program
Since 1968, Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) have participated in an integrated music program at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Joint Music Program (JMP) allows students at both institutions to take advantage of the resources of a major research university as well as those of a leading conservatory.
The Music Undergraduate Student Involvement Committee
The Music Undergraduate Student Involvement Committee (M.U.S.I.C.) is a student-run campus organization dedicated to promoting and facilitating all kinds of musical collaborations, performances, and experiences across campus between music majors, non-majors, and the general public. M.U.S.I.C. strives to bring to the forefront of campus community awareness of the vibrant student music scene here at Case Western Reserve University by organizing music-related events throughout each semester and providing volunteer performers and organizers for other groups’ events and music department functions.
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