Arts Calendar

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.

Blue Water Chamber Orchestra

The Blue Water Chamber Orchestra will begin its tenth season on Sunday afternoon, September 15th, with a program called Meditations and Serenades, to be performed at Temple Tifereth Israel in Beachwood.  440-781-6215  

Clague Playhouse

Clague Playhouse will stage Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors, opening Friday, September 13th, and continuing through October 6th.   440-331-0403  

Cleveland Classical Guitar Society

The Cleveland Classical Guitar Society will present its 2019 season-opening Showcase Concert on Saturday evening, September 14th, at the Maltz Performing Arts Center in University Circle.  Performers will include Colin Davin, the Gruca-White duo and Jason Vieaux.  

Cleveland International Piano Competition

The Cleveland International Piano Competition will present an evening of music for two pianos and piano four hands with pianists Shai Wosner and Orion Weiss in Reinberger Chamber Hall at Severance Hall on Saturday, September 14th.  They’ll play music by Schubert, Brahms and David Lang.  

Cleveland Orchestra

The Cleveland Orchestra will be at the Blossom Music Center for the last set of concerts of the summer with three showings of The Empire Strikes Back on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 30th and 31st and September 1st with music by John Williams. 216-231-1111  

Cleveland Orchestra

The Cleveland Orchestra will be at the Blossom Music Center on Saturday evening, August 24th as Andy Einhorn and the Orchestra present South Pacific– the full musical, in collaboration with the Baldwin Wallace Music Theater program directed by Victoria Bussert.  The Orchestra will also perform twice at Severance Hall on Friday evening, August 23rd, and Sunday afternoon, August 25th.  They’ll be joined by the Blossom Festival Chorus and conductor Ludwig Wicki to provide the music for two screenings of the 1989 film version of Batman with Danny Elfman’s score.  216-231-1111  

Cleveland Playhouse

The new season for the Cleveland Playhouse begins with the new comedy called Into the Breeches, playing in the Allen Theater September 14th through October 6th

Columbus Crossing Borders

The Columbus Crossing Borders Project is a traveling art exhibit and documentary film relating to the record high numbers of displaced persons across the world.  It features the works of 34 artists depicting stories shared by refugees, and includes a documentary film titled Breathe Free.  It’s coming to Lakeland Community College on Wednesday and Thursday, September 11th and 12th

Divinity Lutheran Church

Violinist Elayna Duitman and pianist Carolyn Gadiel Warner, both members of the Cleveland Orchestra, will perform in recital at Divinity Lutheran Church in Parma Heights as part of the Church’s Outreach Through the Arts Series on Sunday afternoon, September 15th.  They’ll play music of Mozart, Brahms and Grieg.  440-845-2060  

Dobama Theater

At the Dobama Theater, it’s the Cleveland premiere of Anton Posner’s play called Stupid (blank) Bird – a very loose adaptation of Anton Chekov’s The Seagull.  It opens September 6th and continues through the 29th

First Lutheran Church of Lorain

First Lutheran Church of Lorain, in co-operation with the Cleveland Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, will host a dedicatory recital for the new organ built by Paul Fritts and Company.  The church was destroyed by an arson fire two years ago.  Organist Katelyn Emerson will perform music of Bach, Franck, Muffat, Brahms and others on the new instrument on Sunday afternoon, August 25th, at 3:00. 

No Exit

The new music ensemble No Exit begins a two-year collaboration with cimbalom player Chester Englander in September as part of a series of three performances that will include a piece or cimbalom and piano by Kati Agocs.  There’ll also be pieces by Philip Blackburn, Adonai Henderson, Sean Parks and Nicholas Underhill.  The concert will be performed on Friday, September 6th at Spaces Gallery, Saturday, September 7th at Heights Arts, and Friday, September 13th, at Cleveland State University.  

Playhouse Square - Lion King

Disney’s The Lion King returns to Playhouse Square August 7th through September 1st.  216-241-6000  

Rabbit Run Theater

Rabbit Run Theater in Madison presents My Way, A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra running weekends August 16th through 31st

Saints Constantine and Helen

Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral presents its annual Greek Festival in Cleveland Heights Thursday through Sunday, August 22nd through 25th.  216-932-3300  

Theater in the Circle

Theater in the Circle’s new season will open with a review called The World Goes ‘Round, with music from Broadway and film scores by John Kander and Fred Ebb.  There’ll be five performances at Judson Manor in University Circle Thursday through Sunday, September 12th through 15th

Tremont Arts in August

The Tremont Arts in August Festival is at Lincoln Park and will feature a night of indie music on Friday, August 23rd, the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra on Saturday, the 24th, and the band Kombilesa Ase on Sunday afternoon, August 25th.

 

Tremont Arts in August

The Tremont Arts in August Festival is at Lincoln Park weekends throughout August, with performances ranging from dance to theater and a wide variety of music. 

Trinity Cathedral

The Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, will perform at Trinity Cathedral in downtown Cleveland on Wednesday evening, September 18th

Trinity Lutheran Church

The noontime Wednesday organ concerts at Trinity Lutheran Church at West 30th and Lorain near the West Side Market will feature organist Robert Myers playing a program called Major Delights – music in major keys by a variety of composers, on Wednesdays August 21st and 28th

Waterloo Arts

The Music for Miles concert series at Waterloo Arts will feature a solo concert by saxophonist/composer Howie Smith on Sunday afternoon, September 8th

Yankee Peddler Festival

The Yankee Peddler Festival is being held weekends September 7th through 22nd at Clay’s Park in Canal Fulton.  800-535-5634  

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