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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Cleveland, OH, United States

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ClevelandCleveland Orchestra Holiday Concerts

The Cleveland Orchestra; Brett Mitchell; The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus; Blossom Music Festival Chorus

ClevelandHome Alone in concert

Williams: Music from Home Alone
The Cleveland Orchestra; Cleveland Orchestra Youth Chorus

ClevelandNielsen and Haydn

Oliverio, Haydn, Nielsen
The Cleveland Orchestra; Alan Gilbert; Paul Yancich; Liv Redpath; Justin Austin

ClevelandWelser-Möst conducts Schubert

Berg, Schubert
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Joélle Harvey; Daryl Freedman; Julian Prégardien; Martin Mitterrutzner


Salonen, Debussy, Ravel
The Cleveland Orchestra; Klaus Mäkelä; Truls Mørk

ClevelandMahler's Fifth

Chin, Mahler
The Cleveland Orchestra; Klaus Mäkelä
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Víkingur Ólafsson makes Cleveland debut in mesmerizing recital

Víkingur Ólafsson offers remarkable interpretations of major works of Mozart, placed alongside lesser-known pieces by four of the composer’s most important contemporaries for a memorable recital.
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A shimmering Firebird from Søndergård and The Cleveland Orchestra

Thomas Søndergård make his Cleveland debut with the unabridged 1910 version of Stravinsky's score, while Britten’s Violin Concerto opened with an excellent Stefan Jackiw.
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The Cleveland Orchestra thrills in Widmann and Strauss

Daniel Harding and Antoine Tamestit impress in their Cleveland Orchestra debuts, tackling the complexities of a Widmann concerto and a Strauss tone poem.
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Evgeny Kissin makes long-awaited return to Cleveland

Kissin’s Cleveland recital featured works of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven – and predictably, a hearty helping of Chopin.
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Kahchun Wong makes Cleveland Orchestra debut

For his Cleveland Orchestra debut, Kahchun Wong offered Bartók paired with the Beethoven Violin Concerto and Christian Tetzlaff.
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Bracing British works and Sibelian swansongs in Cleveland

Works of Adès and Walton – both of special significance to The Cleveland Orchestra – precede a lush Sibelius 5 at Severance Music Center. 
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