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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.

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Cleveland Playhouse

The new season for the Cleveland Playhouse opens with Ken Ludwig’s Comedy of Tenors, playing in the Allen Theater September 5th through October 3rd


Rocky River Presbyterian

Harpist Cecilia McKay performs a program of popular songs and light classics at Rocky River Presbyterian Church on Sunday afternoon, September 13th


Playhouse Square

Individual tickets for more than 80 different events in Playhouse Square’s 2015-2016 season, including the Broadway Series, will go on sale on Friday, September 11th.  There’ll be a special weekend of events in conjunction with that, including the Playhouse Square District Block Party and the  15th annual Dance Showcase on Friday evening, September 11th,  and an outdoor concert by the Cleveland Pops Orchestra on Saturday the 12th, previewing the Broadway series.   216-241-6000  

Beck Center

The Spitfire Grill opens the new season at the Beck Center’s Mackey Theater on September 18th.  The production will continue through October 18th

216-521-2540 ext 10   

Mamai Theater Company

Mamai Theater Company’s next production is Ariel Dorman’s Death and the Maiden, playing at Kennedy’s at Playhouse Square from September 17th through October 4th.  216-241-6000  

Blue Water Chamber Orchestra

The opening concert of the Blue Water Chamber Orchestra’s season takes place on Saturday, September 12th at the Breen Center at St. Ignatius High School.  The all-Spanish/Latino program will include Rodrigo‘s Concierto de Aranjuez with Jason Vieaux as soloist, as well as music of Falla, Revueltas, Copland and Marques.  440-781-6215  

Cleveland Orchestra Music Study

The Cleveland Orchestra’s Music Study Groups will begin the fall season on September 22nd, 23rd and 24th at five different locations around Greater Cleveland.  Dr. Rose Breckenridge will lead the groups exploring music form the Orchestra’s subscription concerts.  216-231-7355  

Howson Gallery

The Howson Gallery at Judson Park presents Individually Interpreted, paintings by Shaker Heights artist Kathleen McKenna.  The opening reception is Friday, August 28th.  The show continues through October 11th.  

Music for Miles

The Music for Miles series returns at Waterloo Arts on Sunday afternoon, September 13th.  The Cleveland Percussion Project will perform music from the Renaissance to John Cage to Chick Corea.  216-696-9500  

Music Settlement

Arthur Kane, Head of the Piano Department at the Music Settlement, presents a Grand Piano Dedication Recital at the Settlement on Friday evening, September 18th.   216-421-5806  


Chagrin Arts Series

Chagrin Arts hosts an evening of Latin Dancing and Socializing on Saturday, September 26th.  440-247-9700  

Dobama Theater

At Dobama Theater, the new season gets under way with Or, by Liz Duffy Adams, September 4th through October 4th.   216-932-3396  

Near West Theater

Near West Theater beings its first full season in its new home in the Gordon Square Arts District with the Cleveland Premiere of a Youth Theater production called The Snow Queen September 18th through 27th.    216-961-6391