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If your organization is planning an event you would like us to consider adding to the WCLV Arts Calendar, submit detailed information to John Simna via email.

Ohio Light Opera

Tickets are now available for the Ohio Light Opera’s summer season at the College of Wooster, with seven shows by Gilbert and Sullivan, Jacques Offenbach, Ivor Novello, Emmerich Kalman, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin.  The shows run in repertory from June 18th through August 13th.  330-263-2345  

Kent State University Museum

The Kent State University Museum is featuring a juried exhibition of contemporary fiber art coordinated by the Cleveland Museum of Art’s affiliate group, the Textile Art Alliance.  The exhibition is on view through July 3rd

Clague Playhouse

The last production of the season for Clague Playhouse in Westlake is the romantic comedy Panache, which runs May 6th through 29th.  440-331-0403  

Trinity Lutheran Church

Robert Myers performs the next pair of programs in the noontime organ concert series at Trinity Lutheran Church, at West 30th and Lorain, near the West Side Market.  The concerts wil feature music of English composers on Wednesdays, May 18th and 25th.     216-281-1700  

Art Song Festival

The Art Song Festival celebrates 30 years of song in Cleveland at Baldwin Wallace University from May 23rd through 28th.  Special guests mezzo-soprano Susan Graham and baritone Edwin Crossley-Mercer will join ten singer and pianist teams in coaching and performance.  440-826-7664  

Burning River Baroque

Burning River Baroque will give two Cleveland performances of the new program On the Brink of Insanity:   Portrayals of Women as Mad, Crazy and Unhinged. On Wednesday, May 25th, they’ll be at The Bop Stop on Cleveland’s Near West Side, and on Thursday, May 26th, at the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library.

 

Cleveland International Classical Guitar Festival

Guitars International and The Cleveland Institute of Music present the Sixteenth annual Cleveland International Classical Guitar Festival on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 3rd, 4th and 5th, at CIM.  Ten guitarists from around the world will present concerts, master classes, lectures, workshops and more.  216-752-7502  

Creative Voices Summit

Cleveland State University presents the 2016 Creative Voices Summit and Arts Education Day Luncheonwith Kurt Andersen, Host of PRI’s Studio 360, and Judith Jamison of the Alvin Ailey Dance Company. The Summit and Luncheon take place on Wednesday June 1st.  216-687-5018  

Cleveland Orchestra

Music Director Franz Welser-Moest leads the Cleveland Orchestra’s final Severance Hall concerts of the season on Thursday and Saturday, May 26th and 28th.  The Orchestra will be joined by the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus and vocal soloists for a performance of Antonin Dvorak’s Stabat Mater   216-231-1111  

Western Reserve Chorale

Western Reserve Chorale’s next program is Of Operas and Operettas at Cedar Hill Baptist Church in Cleveland Heights on Sunday afternoon, June 5th

216-791-0061  

Oberlin Choristers

The Oberlin Choristers present a preview of the ensemble’s summer tour repertoire at Church of the Saviour on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights on Sunday afternoon, June 5th

Beck Center

Beck Center in Lakewood presents the regional premiere of Heathers: The Musical in the Studio Theater May 27th through July 2nd.  216-521-2540 ext 10  

Mamai Theater Company

Mamai Theater Company’s next presentation is Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls, playing June 2nd through 19th at the Cleveland Masonic Performing Arts Center.  440-394-8353  

Great Lakes Light Opera

Dueling sopranos are featured as Great Lakes Light Opera and Kultivation Theater team up for Mostly Mozart:  Diva Edition on Saturday evening, May 28th, at Kultivation Theater in Cleveland Heights.   216-450-9007