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.
Beachwood Arts Council
The Women’s a cappella vocal ensemble The Nightingale will perform a concert for the Beachwood Arts Council on Sunday afternoon, April 28th, at the Beachwood Community Center. 216-595-3400
Christ United Methodist
On Sunday afternoon, April 28th, at 1:00, CIM piano student Nikolay Pushkanov will psresent a program including muisc of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin and Rachmaninoff. The church is at 3625 West 138th Street in Cleveland. 216-671-2600
Cleveland Chamber Music Society
The final concert of this season presented by the Cleveland Chamber Music Society will feature William Caballero, horn, Rodrigo Ojeda, piano and Cynthia DeAlmeida, oboe, in music of Eugene Bozza, Anthony Plog, Oliver Knussen, Johannes Brahms and Carl Reinecke. The concert takes place at Forest Hills Church on Tuesday evening, April 30th. 216-291-2777
Cleveland Classical Guitar Society
The Cleveland Classical Guitar Society’s next concert will feature the Cleveland debut of the French guitarist Judicael Perroy on Saturday evening, April 27th, at Plymouth Church of Shaker Heights. 216-905-9348
Cleveland Institute of Music
The Cleveland Institute of Music presents Spring Scenes, its final Opera Theater performances of the season, with excerpts from L’elisir d’amore, Don Giovanni, La traviata and more on Friday and Saturday evenings, April 26th and 27th. 216-795-3211
CLeveland Metropolitan Schoo District
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s Department of Arts Education will present its 20th annual All-City Production, the musical 42nd Street, Friday through Sunday, April 26th through 28th, at the Ohio Theater in Playhouse Square. 216-241-6000
Cleveland Opera Theater
Cleveland Opera Theater will stage two performances of Verdi’s La Traviata at the Maltz Performing Arts Center on Friday evening and Sunday afternoon, April 26th and 28th. 216-368-6962
Stephane Deneve will be the Guest Conductor for the next trio of concerts by the Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall on Thursday and Saturday evenings, April 25th and 27th . Jean-Yves Thibaudet will be the soloist in the Piano Concerto No. 3, titled The Mysteries of Light by James MacMillan. The program also includes music of Jennifer Higdon, Claude Debussy and Alexander Scriabin.There’s also a Friday morning matinee performance of the Higdon, Debussy and Scriabin pieces. 216-231-1111
There’ll be two performances of the Cleveland Philharmonic’s final concert of the season, with pianist Gerardo Teissionniere as soloist in Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto. The Orchestra will also perform Carl Nielsen’s Symphony No. 4. On Saturday evening, April 27th, they’ll perform at Painesville First Church Congregational. The Sunday afternoon performance on the 28th is at West Shore Unitarian Church in Rocky River.
Cleveland Public Theater
Cleveland Public Theater will feature the Masrah Cleveland Al-Arabi ensemble performing their own stories in Dream of Home, a bilingual presentation at the Gordon Square Theater on Friday and Saturday, April 26th and 27th. 216-631-2727 ext 501
DANCECleveland brings the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater to the State Theater in Playhouse Square for three performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 26th through 28th. 216-241-6000
On Friday evening, April 26th, the new music ensemble No Exit will showcase Squirrel Noir, clarinetists Gunnar Owen Hirthe and Derek Emch, in a program of new music for clarinet duo, at Appletree Books on Cedar Road. 216-791-2665
Theater in the Circle
Theater in the Circle has a new retelling of the O. Henry classis The Gift of the Magi with five performances Thursday, Decembr 6th, through Sunday the 9th at Judson Manor in University Circle.
West Shore Chorale
John Drotleff conducts the West Shore Chorale, Orchestra and soloists in parts 2 and 3 of Handel’s Messiah on Sunday evening, April 28th, at the Magnificat Center for Performing Arts.