Classes at the Institute are arranged to give op¬ portunity for thorough musical education in the shortest time consistent with high standards of musical technique.
Cleveland Institute o/Musie
FACULTY ERNEST BLOCK,'' Musical Director
Was born in Geneva, Switzerland, in .1880. His first teacher in composition was E. Jaques-Dalcroze. At the age of 16 he left Geneva, spent eight years studying in Brussels (under Ysaye), Frankfort-on-Main (under Knorr), in Munich and Paris.
The list of Mr. Bloch's compositions, internationally famous among music lovers, include: The String Quartet, Vivre-Aimer, Symphony in C sharp minor, Hiver- Printemps, Poemes d'Automne, Macbeth, a lyric drama in seven tableaux, Trois Poemes Juifs, Psalm 114, Psalm 137, Psalm 22, Suite for the Viola, which won the $1000 Coolidge Prize in 1919.
Mr. Bloch's compositions have been played at the Opera Comique in Paris, by the Boston, New York Philharmonic, National Symphony, Chicago, San Francisco and Philadel¬ phia orchestras. In New York an entire program of Mr. Bloch's works was given by the National Symphony orchestra.
Since coming to America, Mr. Bloch has been much in demand as a teacher of the theoretical branches of music. His broad knowledge and his rich experience admirably fit him for the position as Director of the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Department of Piano
Student and teacher for eight years in Vienna; pupil of Leschetizky.
Department of Violin
Concert Master, Cleveland Symphony Orchestra; studied with Remy in Paris; with Kreisler in Berlin.
Department of Cello VICTOR DE GOMEZ
Member Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, and of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra; formerly on staff of Philadelphia Conservatory of Music.
Members of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra.
Musical Director of the
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