At the Cleveland Play House, Mona Golabek performs the one-woman show The Pianist of Willesden Lane February 27th through March 22nd at the Allen Theater.
Great Lakes Theater
Shakespeare’s The Tempest is the next presentation of Great Lakes Theater. It’s at the Hanna Theater in Playhouse Square April 10th through 26th. 216-241-6000 www.greatlakestheater.org
The next series of performances by Apollo’s Fire is called Vivaldi’s Four Seasons Rediscovered. There are five performances at five different locations throughout Northeast Ohio from April 16th through 26th. 216-320-0012
Guest Conductor Susanna Maelkki will lead the Cleveland Orchestra in a pair of concerts at Severance Hall on Thursday and Saturday, April 23rd and 25th. Oberlin graduate Jeremy Denk will play Bartok’s Third Piano Concerto. The program will also be given as part of Oberlin’s Artist Recital Series on Friday evening. 216-231-1111 www.clevelandorchestra.com
Guest Conductor Matthew Halls will lead the Cleveland Orchestra in a pair of all-Haydn concerts at Severance Hall on Thursday and Saturday, April 30th and May 2nd, as well as a matinee program on Friday morning, May 1st.
And Brett Mitchel leads the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra’s next concert on Sunday evening, May 3rd, with music of Barber, Kabalevsky and Bartok.
On Friday evening, May 1st, five members of the Cleveland Orchestra, in support of the Broadway School of Music and the Arts, perform music of Vivaldi, Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin and Piazzolla at the Polish American Cultural Center in Slavic Village. 216-641-0630
Shaker Arts Council
The Shaker Arts Council’s At Home With the Arts series presents the Verditas Quartet and double bassist Maximilian Dimoff in an evening of chamber music and tangos on Friday evening, May 1st. 216-916-9360
Cleveland Pops Orchestra
The Cleveland Pops Orchestra under conductor Carl Topilow performs its 15th annual Salute to Our Armed Forces on Friday evening, May 1st, at Severance Hall 216-231-1111
Cleveland Public Theater
At Cleveland Public Theater, the International Dance-Theater troupe from Israel called The Visual Theater of Emanuella Amichai presents three performances of The Neighbor’s Grief is Greenr May 1st through 3rd. 216-631-2727
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