Arts Calendar

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.

Apollo's Fire

Apollo’s Fire’s Countryside Concert series this year is called Far Beyond the Sea – Folk Ballads from the Old World.  There’ll be five performances take place in Hunting Valley, Avon Lake and Bath Thursday, June 6th, through Monday, June 10th.  216-320-3312  

Beachwood Arts Council

Inspirations from Vienna is the title of a concert featuring music of Brahms, Korngold and Schubert to be performed at the Beachwood Community Center on Sunday afternoon, May 26th.  216-595-3400  

Beck Center

Lakewood’s Beck Center will stage Shakespeare’s King Lear in the Studio Theater May 31st through June 30th

Clague Playhouse

The final play of the season for Clague Playhouse is Summerland.  through May 26th

Cleveland International Guitar Festival

The Cleveland International Classical Guitar Festival will take place Thursday June 6th through Sunday June 9th at the Cleveland Institute of Music, featuring guitarists Jason Vieaux, Collin Davin, Xuefei Yang, Petra Polackova and more.  216-752-7502  

Cleveland Opera

Cleveland Opera will present one performance of George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess on Saturday evening, June 1st, at the Ohio Theater in Playhouse Square.  216-241-6000  

Cleveland Orchestra

Baritone Simon Keenlyside will join Franz Welser-Moest and the Cleveland Orchestra on Thursday and Saturday evenings, May 23rd and 25th, in songs by Sibelius.  The Orchestra will play instrumental selections from Grieg’s Peer Gynt and Richard Strauss’s Aus Italien.  The  Grieg and Strauss will also be heard in the Friday matinee program.  216-231-1111  

Cleveland Orchestra

Brett Mitchell, former Assistant Conductor here in Cleveland, and now Music Director of the Colorado Symphony, returns to conduct the Cleveland Orchestra in the sound track to three showings of the 1951 film musical based on George Gershwin, An American in Paris.  Those dates are Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 30th and 31st and June 1st.  And Bill Rudman, host of Footlight Parade on WCLV, will present a multi-media pre-concert talk in Reinberger Hall an hour before each screening. 216-231-1111 

Cleveland Public Theater

Cleveland Public Theater and the Ohio City Theater Project present Central Concern, a satirical look at the American real estate profession, May 18th through June 8th, in CPT’s James Levin Theater. 

Cleveland Public Theater Danceworks

Cleveland Public Theater’s annual dance showcase, DanceWorks 2019, is featuring performances by eight different companies in the Gordon Square Theater.  It’s a double bill with Morrison Dance and Madcap for the third week, with performances May 30th and 31st and June 1st.  

Cleveland Public Theater Danceworks

Cleveland Public Theater’s annual dance showcase, DanceWorks 2019, will feature five weekends of performances by eight different companies in the Gordon Square Theater.  Verb Ballets will be showcased May 16th, 17th and 18th.  

Great Lakes Theater

Great Lakes Theater has the Rock ‘n’ Roll tribute Million Dollar Quartet in the Hanna Theater in Playhouse Square May 3rd through 25th

Lorain County Metroparks

Lorain County Metro Parks French Creek Theater will present Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods May 31st through June 16th.  440-949-5200  

Ohio Light Opera

Ticket sales have begun for The Ohio Light Opera’s 41st season this summer with seven productions ranging from Gilbert and Sullivan to South Pacific.  330-263-2345  

Saint Stephen Church

At historic Saint Stephen Church on Cleveland’s West Side, mezzo-soprano Laura Avdey, flutist Sean Gabriel and pianist David Tidyman will present Chamber Music for the Soul on Sunday afternoon, June 2nd.  There’ll be music of Bernstein, Quilter and the Bach – Gounod Ave Maria. 216-631-5633

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. 

Weathervane Playhouse

Weathervane Playhouse has the farce Noises Off in the Founders Theater May 9th through the 26th.   330-826-2626  

Western Reserve Chorale

David Gilson will direct the Western Reserve  Chorale in a program called Sonic Sunrise – Music of the Spheres at the Church of the Gesu in University Heights on Sunday afternoon, June 2nd.  The program will include the Sunrise Mass by Ola Gjello.  216-791-0061  

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