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Arts Renaissance Tremont
As part of its 29th season, Arts Renaissance Tremont will present The Blue Water Chamber Orchestra in concert on Sunday afternoon, November 24th, at Pilgrim Congregational Church. Daniel Meyer will conduct, and Jinjoo Cho will be the soloist in Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.
Blue Water Chamber Orchestra
Daniel Meyer will conduct the Blue Water Chamber Orchestra in two performances of music of Schumann, Ades and Tchaikovsky – Jinjoo Cho will be the soloist in Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto. They’ll play at Plymouth Church of Shaker Heights on Saturday evening, November 23rd, and as part of Arts Renaissance Tremont’s series, at Pilgrim Congregational Church on Sunday afternoon, November 24th. 440-781-6215
Cleveland Chamber Music Society
The next presentation of the Cleveland Chamber Music Society will feature the Dover Quartet playing music of Benjamin Britten, David Bruce and Johannes Brahms on Tuesday evening, December 3rd, at Plymouth Church of Shaker Heights. 216-291-2777
Cleveland Messiah Chorus
Virginia Wieland-Mast will lead the Cleveland Messiah Chorus in selections from Handel’s Messiah. There’ll be two performances, on Sunday afternoon, November 24th at Forest Hills Presbyterian Church, and on Sunday afternoon, December 1st, at the Church of the Western Reserve in Pepper Pike.
Cleveland Opera and the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra will present two performances of Puccini’s Manon Lescaut in the Grand Ballroom of the Tudor Arms Hotel in University Circle on Friday evening, November 22nd, and Sunday afternoon, November 24th. 216-816-1411
Lorenzo Viotti will make his Cleveland Orchestra debut at Severance Hall with pianist Yuja Wang as soloist in Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 4, as well as music by Sergei Prokofiev, Francis Poulenc and Maurice Ravel. Thanksgiving week concerts take place on Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoon, November 29th and 30th and December 1st. 216-231-1111
Guest Conductor Nicholas McGegan will return to lead the Cleveland Orchestra in three concerts at Severance Hall on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, November 21st, 22nd and 23rd. The Cleveland Orchestra’s Principal Trumpet, Michael Sachs, will be the soloist in Hummel’s trumpet concerto. There’s also music by Schubert and Haydn. 216-231-1111
Cleveland Treatment Center
Cleveland Treatment Center presents the world premier theatrical adaptation of Rob Vollmar’s best-selling graphic novel Bluesman. There’ll be three performances on Friday and Saturday, November 28th and 29th, at the Breen Performing Arts Center at Saint Ignatius High School. 216-861-4246
The second concert of the season for Heights Arts will feature music of four female composers, including Teresa Carreno, Margaret Brouwer, Rebecca Clarke and young composer Anna Weesner. The concert takes place at Dunham Tavern on Sunday afternoon, November 24th. 216-361-3457
Saint John Cathedral.
The Helen D. Shubert concert series at the Cathedral of St. John in Downtown Cleveland will present the Daughters of St. Paul Choir in a Christmas program on Monday evening, December 2nd.
Tuba Christmas, a world-wide holiday tradition, happens in Cleveland on Sunday afternoon, December 1st. Keith Wilkinson will conduct and WCLV’s Jim Mehrling will narrate the afternoon’s adventures at First Baptist Church on Fairmount Boulevard.
University Heights Symphonic Band
Matthew Salvaggio will conduct the annual holiday concert of the University Heights Symphonic Band on Thursday, December 5th, at Kulas Auditorium at John Carroll University.