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 Amici Quartet will continue its survey of all of Beethoven’s String Quartets as part of the Arts Renaissance Tremont concert series on Sunday afternoon, February 18th, at Tremont’s Pilgrim Congregational Church.
At Baldwin Wallace University, the BW Symphonic Winds will be joined by the Factory Seconds Brass Trio for the premiere of Clint Needham’s Concerto for Brass Trio and Wind Ensemble, as well as music of Mozart, Grainger and Wagner, on Wednesday evening, February 28th.
Cleveland Cello Society
The Cleveland Cello Society will present a recital by Madeline Kabat, one of the Society’s past Collegiate Competition winners, at The Music Settlement in University Circle on Friday Evening, February 23rd. 216-921-3480
Cleveland Classical Guitar Society
The Cleveland Classical Guitar Society’s next recital features the guitar duo Les Freres Meduses on Saturday evening, February 24th, at Plymouth Church on Coventry Road in Shaker Heights. 216-905-9348
Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra
The Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra and Youth Chorus will join forces for a Sunday evening concert on February 25th. Vinay Parameswaran will lead the program, which will include the First Symphony of Jean Sibelius and music of Howard Hanson and Antonin Dvorak. 216-231-1111
Cleveland Public Theater
Cleveland Public Theater and Teatro Publico de Cleveland present En el Tiempo de las Mariposas, In the Time of the Butterflies, February 22nd through March 10th in the Gordon Square Theater. 216-6361-2727 ext 501
Dobama Theater will have the Midwest premiere of Lucy Prebble’s The Effect, 2012 winner of the UK Critics’ Circle Award for Best Play. It runs February 28th through March 25th. 216-9392-3396
The Heights Arts Close Encounters Chamber Music series will feature the Omni Quartet and friends performing the Brahms G Major Sextet on Sunday afternoon, February 25th, at the Dunham Tavern Museum.
Kent Keyboard Series
On Sunday, February 25th, the Kent Keyboard Series will continue with a recital by faculty member Donna Lee. She will be joined by cellist Keith Robinson and clarinetist Robert Woolfrey in music of Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Brahms. 330-672-2787
Kent State University Museum
The Kent State University Museum has the Katharine Hepburn exhibit Dressed for Stage and Screen. The show opens February 2nd and will continue through September 2nd in the Broadbent Gallery.
In Lorain, the MAD Factory (that’s Music, Arts and Drama) is staging the musical version of The Addams Family February 16th through 25th in the Lorain High School Performing Arts Center. 440-935-3875
Oberlin Artist Recital Series
Next for the Oberlin Artist Recital Series will be a pair of Master Classes by Marilyn Horne on Friday evening, February 23rd, and Sunday afternoon, February 25th. 800-371-0178