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Both symbolically and artistically, the Cleveland Orchestra's 2018-19 Severance Hall season opener Thursday approached the ideal. [Read More]
Axe throwing may not be intense exercise, but it's a fun, healthful, and challenging way to spend an hour or two with friends. [Read More]
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An accomplished composer as well as the assistant principal oboist of the Cleveland Orchestra, Jeffrey Rathbun is the one artist who could have crafted this... [Read More]
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If you can't find something - make that several things - of interest on the Cleveland Orchestra's calendar this year, you simply aren't looking closely... [Read More]
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In addition to its main subscription series, the Cleveland Orchestra will offer a variety of holiday events and programs for film-lovers and families with children. [Read More]
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On Saturday, Cleveland Orchestra announced that it has suspended principal trombonist Massimo La Rosa upon the recommendation of a special committee investigating allegations of sexual... [Read More]
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This listing of the region's vocal, chamber, and orchestral music during the 2018-19 season is a tangible testament to the enormous cultural vitality of Northeast... [Read More]
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Not only does The Foundry's "Rowing for Fitness" class take place on the center's rowing tank, its magnificent main attraction. It also calls upon the... [Read More]
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The 2018-19 calendar of dance in Northeast Ohio isn't even fully filled out, and yet already it's a bountiful smorgasbord of new work, classical ballet,... [Read More]
With the Beachwood location thriving, Corus45 has branched out to Ohio City and outfitted the place with custom equipment made to the owner's exact specifications.... [Read More]
The Cleveland Orchestra's assistant conductor may not be a full convert to "Star Wars," but he's been looking forward to conducting "A New Hope" at... [Read More]
After a session with Jonathan FitzGordon, founder of a program called CoreWalking, I have both a better grasp on my posture and shoulder problems and... [Read More]
Guest conductor Adrien Perruchon didn't just get the Cleveland Orchestra through its concert Saturday night at Blossom Music Center. He also proved to be a... [Read More]
Cleveland Opera Theater's upcoming free outdoor concert at Dunham Tavern is about as far as it's possible to get from opera as depicted in popular... [Read More]
A cross between a kayak and a rowing shell, a surfski boat takes advantage of human, wave, and engineering power to move through the water... [Read More]
This January, the Cleveland International Piano Competition will launch a new season of concerts featuring well-known individual artists as well as piano duos and members... [Read More]
In a statement released Thursday, the Cleveland Orchestra announced the formation of a five-member committee to conduct an independent investigation of the allegations against Preucil... [Read More]
In an effort to position itself in "a place for inclusion and connection," Verb Ballets has begun a move from Christ Episcopal Church to The... [Read More]
For a runner unaccustomed to running the distance, the inaugural Guardian Mile in Cleveland last Saturday proved a special test of endurance. ... [Read More]
No one else could have done what cellist Yo-Yo Ma did Saturday: pack and thrill Blossom Music Center with a night of solo Bach. [Read More]
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