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Collegium Musicum

The Collegium Musicum is an ensemble for Case and CIM students that specializes in performing late Medieval and Renaissance instrumental music. The Collegium rehearses weekly and generally performs once or twice a semester; alone and with Case’s Early Music Singers. Future projects include an Internet2 exchange with the Collegium from Indiana University, as well as performance opportunites at the Cleveland Art Museum.

The Collegium welcomes interested wind and string players from CIM and Case, offering the opportunity to get to know a vast repertoire and unique style of music using period instruments.

We perform on replicas of period instruments (shawms, sackbuts, recorders, renaissance flute, vielle, rebec, selected percussion, etc) from the Kulas Collection that are available for student use. 

Please contact director, Ross Duffin at, for more information about the instruments or the ensemble.

Ensemble Details

Dr. Ross Duffin

  • Rehearsals: Harkness Chapel |, M, 4:00-6:00 PM
  • Course Number: MUEN 395
  • Participation Requirements: Requires audition. Please email director.
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