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Dr. Mark George

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Board of Trustees Member

Phone: (216) ***-****  HQ Phone
Cleveland Chamber Symphony
11125 Magnolia Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
United States

Company Description: Over the past twenty-four years under the visionary leadership of founder and artistic director, Dr. Edwin London, the Cleveland Chamber Symphony has steadily...   more
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • master's of music
    Indiana University
  • doctorate , musical arts
    Cleveland Institute of Music
  • Bachelor of Music degree
    Cleveland Institute of Music
  • Master of Music degree
    Indiana University
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Web References
The Cleveland Chamber Symphony Board of Trustees
www.clevelandchambersymphony.org, 11 Dec 2012 [cached]
Mark George - emeritus
MIC: Event News
www.micchicago.org, 2 Nov 2009 [cached]
Quintet Attacca and pianist Mark George will collaborate in two of the four diverse works on the program: Mozart's exquisite quintet for piano and winds and the world premiere of Chicago composer Mischa Zupko's Fanfare 80, commissioned by the Music Insitute of Chicago (MIC) for its 80th anniversary.
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A decade earlier, Mark George was one third of the North Coast Trio who claimed the Grand Prize in the 1992 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. George, who was appointed president and CEO of MIC in February, makes his debut as pianist in the organization's concert series. He holds a doctorate in musical arts from Cleveland Institute of Music and a master's of music from Indiana University. Prior to his appointment at the Music Institute of Chicago, he served as director of the community division of the Hartt School in Connecticut.
About MIC: In the News
www.musicinstituteofchicago.org, 22 Oct 2008 [cached]
Music Institute of Chicago Announces Dr. Mark George as New President and CEO Music Institute of Chicago Announces Dr. Mark George as New President and CEO banner image
Music Institute of Chicago Announces Dr. Mark George as New President and CEO
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Chicago, IL - The Music Institute of Chicago (MIC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Mark George as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Music Institute of Chicago. Dr. George, current Director of the Hartt School Music Division in West Hartford, Connecticut, will assume his new post in February 2010 and oversee all areas of the organization including the Community School, Academy, Institute for Therapy through the Arts, and Cultural Events.
Dr. George succeeds past President Sel Kardan who accepted the position of President of The Colburn School in Los Angeles, California this fall.
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After an efficient and well-organized search, Dr. George was named from a highly esteemed group of applicants.
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Dr. George remarked, " I am so pleased to be joining the Music Institute of Chicago, an institution of such high quality and national renown. It is an honor to be given the opportunity to lead MIC into what will surely be a very bright future."
Dr. Mark George Dr. Mark George has served as director of the Hartt School Community Division since 2007. While at the Hartt School, he developed several new Community Division programs including the David Einfeldt Chamber Music Seminar and the International Summer Ballet Academy.
Before joining the Hartt School, Dr. George served as Manager of Community Music Education, and subsequently as the Director of Distance Learning for the Cleveland Institute of Music. As director, Dr. George established his program as a national leader in adapting interactive videoconference technologies for music performance and teaching. He has produced thousands of music related videoconferences for a diverse array of schools, from primary levels to international conservatories of music.
An accomplished pianist, Dr. George has extensive experience both as a teacher and performer. He has held faculty positions at the Cleveland Institute of Music, Case Western Reserve University, Mount Union College and Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music. A highly regarded pianist, he has performed and recorded extensively throughout the United States. His chamber ensemble, North Coast Trio, has won major competitions including grand-prize at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and first prize co-winner of the Chamber Music Yellow Springs Competition. He has appeared frequently as a recitalist and soloist with the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Trinity Chamber Orchestra, Epicycle: An Ensemble for New Music, the University Circle Wind Ensemble and many others. Dr. George also led the resurgence of the 2006 Grammy award-winning Cleveland Chamber Symphony, an orchestral ensemble dedicated to contemporary music. His board level leadership, striking performances, and inventive programming ideas helped to re-establish the ensemble as a major contemporary music force.
Dr. George holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music, a Master of Music degree from Indiana University, and a Doctor of Music Arts degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Chapters
www.nationalguild.org, 3 June 2008 [cached]
Vice Chair: Mark George, Hartt School, Community Division, West Hartford, CT 06117
FreeHand Systems Advisory Board
www.freehandsystems.com, 1 Oct 2009 [cached]
Mark George
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Mark George
Mark George, pianist, is a member of the faculty of the Cleveland Institute of Music, where he teaches music theory and serves as Director of Distance Learning Content Development and Manager of Community Education Programs. He also serves as instructor of music literature at Case Western Reserve University. In addition to his classroom teaching, he played a key role in the implementation of an innovative outreach program called ICARE (Initiative for Cultural Arts in Education) that has had a profound impact on public schools in Cleveland, Ohio. He received a doctor of musical arts degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music in 1989.
A highly regarded pianist both as soloist and in chamber music, he was a finalist at the Simone Belsky Piano Competition. His chamber ensemble, North Coast Trio, was grand-prize winner of the 1992 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and first prize co-winner of the 1993 Chamber Music Yellow Springs Competition. He has appeared frequently as a recitalist and soloist with the Cleveland Chamber Symphony where he serves as the principal keyboard artist. He also performs in this capacity with the Trinity Chamber Orchestra, Epicycle: An Ensemble for New Music, and the Heights Chamber Orchestra.
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