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.
Arts Renaissance Tremont
The next concert of the Arts Renaissance Tremont series will feature the Amici String Quartet continuing its cycle of Beethoven String Quartets with the Harp Quartet, No. 10, and the Quartet No. 1, on Friday evening, January 31st at Pilgrim Congregational Church in Cleveland’s Tremont Neighborhood.
Arts Renaissance Tremont Stepping Out
The Stepping Out series presented by Arts Renaissance Tremont will feature cellists Sarah Miller and James Hettinga and pianist Joanna Huang at the Rocky River Senior Center Auditorium on Thursday afternoon, January 30th. The concert is free, but reservations are needed. 440-333-6660
Baldwin Wallace University
At Baldwin Wallace, the Department of Theater and Dance presents Painting Vincent, written and directed by Shane Thatcher, Thursday through Saturday, January 30th through February 1st. 440-826-2239
Beachwood Arts Council
From the Beachwood Arts Council comes a program called Beethoven, Bernstein and More Beautiful Music, with pianist Marshall Griffith, flutist Virginia Crabtree and violinist Kallen Bierly on Sunday afternoon, January 26th, at the Beachwood Community Center. 216-595-3400
Blue Water Chamber Orchestra
Daniel Meyer conducts the BlueWater Chamber Orchestra’s next concert on Saturday evening, February 1st at Plymouth Church in Shaker Heights. Soprano Laura Pedersen will join the orchestra in Beethoven’s concert aria Ah Perfido; the program also includes music of Mozart and the Chevalier de Saint-Georges. 440-781-6215
Cleveland Chamber Music Society
The next concert presentation from the Cleveland Chamber Music Society will feature the Apollon Musagete Quartet. The program will include string quartets by Haydn, Penderecki and Dvorak on Tuesday evening, February 4th, at Plymouth Church in Shaker Heights. 216-291-2777
Cleveland Contemporary Players
The Cleveland Contemporary Players Artist in Residency Series at Cleveland State University will present an evening of contemporary music celebrating Chinese and American music and culture, featuring Moon in the Mirror, an Operatic Drama by Stephen Dembski on Friday evening, January 31st.
The Cleveland Orchestra returns to Severance Hall for a pair of concerts under Music Director Franz Welser-Moest on Thursday and Saturday, January 30th and February 1st, with music of Prokofiev, Bridge and Dukas. The Cleveland Orchestra will also present a family concert on Sunday afternoon, February 2nd, a program called The Bernstein Beat. It will be hosted by the composer’s daughter, Jamie Bernstein, and will introduce Leonard Bernstein’s music in the style of her father’s famous Young People’s Concerts. 216-231-1111
Cleveland Public Theater
Cleveland Public Theater brings back Pinch and Squeal’s Wizbang, Cleveland’s own variety circus theater, for performances Friday and Saturday, January 31st and February 1st, in the James Levin Theater. 216-631-2727 ext 501
John Knox Performance Series
You can hear the Cleveland Bluegrass Orchestra – members of the Cleveland Orchestra in different clothes – in concert at John Knox Presbyterian Church in North Olmsted on Friday evening, January 31st. 440-777-3744
Playhouse Square - Jersey Boys
At the Connor Palace Theater in Cleveland’s Playhouse Square, it’s the return of the Tony and Grammy-Award winning musical Jersey Boys, playing January 21st through 26th. 216-241-6000
Akron’s Weathervane Playhouse has the stage adaptation of the novel by Margaret Atwood, called Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace on stage January 16th through February 2nd in the Founders Theater. 330-936-2626