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Frank Huang To Receive Cleveland Institute of Music Distinguished Alumni Award

Posted March 14, 2018

Concertmaster Frank Huang will be honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM), where he earned his bachelor of music degree in 2002 studying with Donald Weilerstein. The award honors alumni who have attained the highest stature in their field. He will address the Class of 2018, students, and community members at Honors Convocation, which will take place on Friday, May 18 at 4:00 PM. It will be livestreamed.

“We are so pleased to recognize Frank Huang with the Distinguished Alumni Award,” said Paul W. Hogle, President & CEO of CIM. “He is an incredibly accomplished violinist who exemplifies the dedication to chamber music and orchestral performance for which so many of CIM’s graduates are known. I look forward to his remarks at Honors Convocation, where he’ll share his advice and perspective.”

(Photo: Chris Lee)