Each Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 PM, WCLV 104.9 ideastream devotes an hour to one or two of our Arts Partners and previews upcoming activities by those partners. Browse a list of WCLV 104.9 ideastream Arts Partners.
The fall schedule for Great Lakes Theater includes Shakespeare’s Merry Wives of Windsor and the musical Les Miserable, playing in repertory from September 26th through November 9th in the Hanna Theater in Playhouse Square.
Beck Center has the Obie-Award winning musical comedy called [title of show] in the Studio Theater from October 10th through November 16th.
216-421-2540 ext 10
Cleveland Public Theater has Spirits to Enforce, the regional premier of Chicago playwright Mickle Maher’s work inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest, from October 9th through 25th at the James Levin Theater.
Arthur Miller’s The Price is in the River Street Playhouse of the Chagrin Valley Little Theater October 17th through November 1st. 440-247-8955
The musical of version of The Addams Family comes to True North at French Creek in Sheffield Village October 17th through November 2nd.
440-949-5200 ext 221
New York City’s Project Trio will perform with the Chagrin Falls High School Orchestra on Thursday evening, October 23rd at Chagrin Falls Intermediate School.
Groundworks Dance Theater performs works by three choreographers at the Allen Theater in Playhouse Square on Friday and Saturday, October 24th and 25th.
The ensemble Les Delices presents a Family Concert called What’s an Oboe on Saturday afternoon, October 25th, at the Music Settlement’s Bop Stop on Cleveland Near West Side.
The Musical Theater Project’s next presentation is Mary Martin: America’s Sweetheart with two performances on Sunday, October 26th at Mixon Hall at the Cleveland Institute of Music. 216-245-8687
The West Shore Chorale’s next performance features Hymns, Folk Songs and Spirituals on Sunday afternoon, October 26th at St. Mel’s Catholic Church in Cleveland. 216-373-7773
James Gaffigan is the Cleveland Orchestra’s Guest Conductor as the Orchestra continues to focus on music of Bach. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 23rd, 24th and 25th, mezzo-soprano Yulia von Doren joins the Orchestra for the Bach Cantata No. 199; that program also has music of Brahms and Mendelssohn. 216-231-1111
Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral’s next Brownbag Concert is at noon on Wednesday , October 22nd, and will feature the Black Squirrel Wind Quintet with pianist Elizabeth DeMio playing music by Anatoly Liadov and Ludwig Thuille.
Trinity Lutheran Church at West 30th and Lorain on Cleveland’s Near West Side has organist Robert Meyers performing a second free noontime organ concert with music of Mendelssohn and Brahms on Wednesday October 22nd. 216-281-4406
The Lajos Vass Hungarian Teachers’ Choir from Slovakia and the Csallo Folk Ensemble will perform at the West Side Hungarian Reformed Church on Puritas in Cleveland on Friday evening, October 24th. 216-476-3736
The Summit Choral Society begins its 25th anniversary season with the Masterworks Chorale and orchestra performing the Brahms German Requiem on Saturday evening, October 25th, at Akron’s E. J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall.
At Transformer Station in Ohio City, you can hear a concert by Van-Anh Vanessa Vu on Sunday evening, October 26th. She performs on the Vietnamese zither-like instrument called the dan Tranh. 888-CMA-0033
The American Boychoir’s fall tour will include a performance at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cleveland Heights on Wednesday evening, October 29th.
The Department of Dance at Case Western Reserve University begins its season with Horizons, a collection of new and revisited dance works October 31st and November 1st, 6th and 8th at Mather Dance Center.
Production of arts and culture programming on ideastream is made possible by grants from:
By residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.
The Cleveland Foundation; The Dominion Foundation; Eaton Corporation Charitable Foundation; The George Gund Foundation; The George W. Codrington Charitable Foundation; The Kulas Foundation; The John P. Murphy Foundation; The Robert O. and Annamae Orr Family Foundation; and The Nord Family Foundation.
The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this program with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.