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Walt, Gus, & the Shimmering Black Elephant

          An essay by Mark Sebastian Jordan.

Fuck me.

Not in a bad way. In a just-got-laid-out-flat by the energy of the universe way.

Every once in a great, rare while, you hear exactly the right piece of music in exactly the right performance at exactly the right time in your life. 1,559 more words

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Cleveland organizations help hurricane victims

By Anna Toth

In a very short amount of time, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma displaced thousands of Americans, taking away their homes, their possessions and even loved ones. 321 more words

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Cleveland Orchestra hosts concert to benefit Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Orchestra hosted a “Help After Harvey” concert to benefit the American Red Cross.

The event was Friday at 7 p.m. at Severance Hall, and also featured musicians from the Cleveland Institute of Music, Credo Music and the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. 134 more words

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Everything You Need To Know About The Tchaikovsky Spectacular This Weekend

The Cleveland Orchestra is a great thing to see anytime.

This weekend is extra special, as it’s the Tchaikovsky Spectacular at Blossom!

We had Aaron Diehl, the pianist for the orchestra, on the show to tell us about the whole thing. 6 more words

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Cleveland Orchestra, fireworks combine for Star-Spangled Spectacular

CLEVELAND– It’s that time of year again!

Star-Spangled Spectacular returns to downtown Cleveland for its 28th year. The event combines the music of the Cleveland Orchestra with a Fourth of July fireworks presentation. 53 more words

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Emma's Random (West Side Story) Thoughts: It's All Maria's Fault

1 If you have never seen West Side Story at Severance Hall with the Cleveland Orchestra performing the score live, you have never seen West Side Story. 856 more words