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Linda Allen's Pandemic Playlist

Posted on 06/23/20 by Linda in Music Education

Over the course of the past few months, as all of our normal schedules changed drastically, we noticed the popularity of the “Pandemic Playlist” from our fellow musicians and peer organizations. Hopefully you’ve had the... read more

Center for Music Class of 2020

Posted on 06/02/20 by Nikki in Music Education

The Music Settlement's Center for Music is thrilled to announce our Class of 2020! These twenty-three young musicians are treasured members of the Center for Music and we wish them success in their future endeavors!Here... read more

TMS Piano Instructor Drene Ivy: 'Born to Play'

Posted on 04/20/18 by in Music Education

By Bernae DySart “I feel that I was born to play. My father got a piano when I was 3 or 4 years old and it was electrifying, and I knew.” Born and raised in Cleveland, Drene... read more

Ashley Fulton: J@MS Student an Award-Winning 'Shining Star'

Posted on 03/02/18 by in Music Education

UPDATE: Ashley's original song "The Hollow," which she wrote and produced, was awarded 1st prize in the Hip Hop/R&B Category of the 2017 Great American Song Contest. Judges praised "The Hollow" for its "powerful... read more

TMS Alum Rob Queisser: From Student to Teacher & Symphony Musician

Posted on 02/16/18 by in Music Education

In 1959, Rob Queisser was desperately unhappy as a freshman at Brush High School. His worldview expanded when his trombone instructor moved his teaching studio to the Cleveland Music School Settlement. “There were no black students... read more

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