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Salle: Cleveland Museum of Art

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Adresse11150 East Blvd
OH OH 44106
Gartner Auditorium
Transformer Station
Google maps41° 30' 32.548" N 81° 36' 43.453" W
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Young pianists dazzle in Cleveland

Xiaoxuan Li and Eva Gevorgyan, winners of the 2018 Cleveland International Piano Competition for Young Artists, came back to Cleveland for an evening of virtuosic showpieces.

Francesco D'Orazio plays a masterful recital in Cleveland

D'Orazio proved in a program that included Berio's Sequenza VIII why he is a leading exponent of contemporary violin composition.

In Cleveland, a Fearless Journey Across Centuries

Even playing in total darkness, the JACK Quartet offers illuminating insights.

Style and technique: Midori and Aydin impress in Cleveland

Style, technique, an original approach, a brilliant discography, even an exemplary profile offstage – Midori has it all. What impresses in live performances is her intelligence, her deep understanding of the material and ability to articulate a wide range of visions and voices. 

Ray Chen Cleveland recital

Ray Chen and Julio Elizalde place Sarasate dessert before the main course of Beethoven's 'Kreutzer' Sonata in Cleveland recital.

Gil Shaham in Cleveland

It’s a busy month for superstar violinist Gil Shaham, who started February with Erich Korngold’s Violin Concerto and will end it with a new CD release. In between, he is resuming his exploration of Bach’s sonatas and partitas for solo violin with recitals in the United States and Italy.

Jordi Savall and Hespèrion XXI explore Balkan music at Cleveland Museum of Art

After a long career performing and recording most of the canon of western European early music, in recent years Jordi Savall has turned his attentions to the relationships of music in the Middle East, northern Africa, Spain and the Balkan countries.

Mark O'Connor and his quartet explore American vernacular string styles at Cleveland Museum of Art

In some circles Mark O’Connor is a legend in his own time. While still a teenager he won wide acclaim as one of the best bluegrass fiddlers of our age. Beyond many albums of bluegrass and folk music, he has also made critically and commercially successful crossover recordings with the likes of cellist Yo-Yo Ma and double bassist Edgar Meyer.