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Preview: Cleveland Orchestra’s Fridays @ 7 — after party to feature Brazilian Carnival music by Kenia

by Mike Telin

Brazilian vocal sensation Kenia wants to remind audiences of one thing about Friday’s Cleveland Orchestra Friday’s @ 7 post-concert: “Remember to bring your dancing shoes,” she exclaimed. 811 more words


Review: Cleveland Orchestra — Schumann 2 and 4 with Christoph von Dohnányi (March 29)

by Daniel Hathaway

The latest Saturday night snow massacre did little to keep patrons away from music director laureate Christoph von Dohnányi’s return to Severance Hall on March 29 and his looked-strange-on-paper program of two Schumann symphonies with The Cleveland Orchestra. 434 more words


“Great Day in Cleveland’ A Documentary

*Since the year 2000, Hall of Fame Productions Incorporated (HFP) has been preserving – through interviewing, photographing and videotaping – the history of the Cleveland, Ohio area’s African-American jazz performers and venues. 166 more words


They're Human Too!

At this evening’s performance of two Schumann Symphonies, Christoph Von Dohnanyi, energetically leading the Cleveland Orchestra in Severance Hall, let his baton go. It flew far into the audience, its path a beautiful cork-and-painted wood arc. 23 more words

Preview: Cleveland Orchestra announces its 2014-2015 season

CLEVELAND—March 16, 2014

The Cleveland Orchestra has released program details for its 97th season in 2014-2015.

Highlights include performances of J.S. Bach’s Mass in b-minor, a three-program celebration of Pierre Boulez’s 90th birthday, and Strauss’s opera Daphne, all conducted by music director Franz Welser-Möst, and Berlioz’s The Damnation of Faust, led by guest conductor Charles Dutoit. 1,379 more words


2014 Cleveland International Film Festival

Cleveland has, it’s fair to say, a rather negative reputation. The Mistake by the Lake, the city so polluted the river caught fire, the rust belt…Doesn’t give a great picture, does it? 422 more words