Chicago College of Performing Arts
Founded in 1867, the Music Conservatory is one of the oldest in the United States, and it plays a pivotal role in Chicago’s cultural scene.
Consisting of the Music Conservatory and the Theatre Conservatory, the Chicago College of Performing Arts is one of the six colleges of the Roosevelt University and offers courses in classical music as well as in jazz, musical theatre and acting. The college counts world class musicians and theatre professionals among its faculty members. Its skilled students, from all over the world, are offered not only theoretical and technical knowledge, but also the opportunity to step into “the real world” through internships and live performances.
Andrew Zweibel about how ASIMUT improved things at the College