ENCORE: A conversation with Jasmine Choi about George Crumb’s Voice of the Whale
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by Max Newman
20h ago
by Max Newman “It’s natural, organic, and enjoyable, but shocking as well. It’s shocking that this modern nature sound could be depicted like this through music.” That’s how Korean flutist Jasmine Choi described George Crumb’s avant-garde 1971 composition Vox Balaenae, or Voice of the Whale, during a recent conversation. That work for electric flute and […] The post ENCORE: A conversation with Jasmine Choi about George Crumb’s Voice of the Whale appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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She Scores: a dazzling display from composers & performers (June 2)
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by Kevin McLaughlin
2d ago
by Kevin McLaughlin You might have gone to the Sunday, June 2 She Scores concert to hear exemplary works by female and nonbinary composers, or simply to enjoy some fresh new sounds. But once there, you would have stayed for the dazzling expertise on display, from both composers and performers alike. Credit the Local 4 […] The post She Scores: a dazzling display from composers & performers (June 2) appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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15th Anniversary Fund Update
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by Daniel Hathaway
2d ago
As of June 10, we have received gifts totaling $11,296 toward our goal of $15,000, leaving $3,704 still to be raised by June 30. Will you help? Visit our Donate page to make a gift by Credit or Debit card. Thank you! The post 15th Anniversary Fund Update appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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DIARY: Monday, June 10, 2024
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by Jarrett Hoffman
2d ago
by Jarrett Hoffman IN THIS EDITION: •Cleveland Orchestra: a new recording and a promotion on the podium •A film concerning the life of Shostakovich in Soviet Russia •Almanac: reflecting on Frederick Delius on the anniversary of his passing CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA NEWS: On Friday, The Cleveland Orchestra released a new recording of music by Béla Bartók: […] The post DIARY: Monday, June 10, 2024 appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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DIARY: Weekend, June 8-9, 2024
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by Daniel Hathaway
4d ago
by Daniel Hathaway HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND: On Saturday at 2 pm, the Cleveland Trombone Seminar brings a week of activities at CSU to a conclusion with chamber music & works for low brass choir conducted by Mark Lusk. At 7 pm, ENCORE Chamber Music presents the Verona String Quartet at Akron-Summit County Library in Akron. […] The post DIARY: Weekend, June 8-9, 2024 appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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DIARY: Friday, June 7, 2024
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by Daniel Hathaway
5d ago
by Daniel Hathaway HAPPENING TODAY: Featured artists performing in three June Festivals today include Randall Hawes, bass trombone of the Detroit Symphony, with pianist Kathryn Goodson (Cleveland Trombone Seminar at 5:30 in CSU’s Drinko Hall), the Olli Soikkeli Band — Olli Soikkeli, guitar, Brad Brose, rhythm guitar, Paul Sikivie, bass, and Evan Arntzen, clarinet & […] The post DIARY: Friday, June 7, 2024 appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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DIARY: Thursday, June 6, 2024
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by Daniel Hathaway
6d ago
by Daniel Hathaway HAPPENING TODAY: The 24th edition of  the Cleveland International Classical Guitar Festival begins today with the Semi-Final Rounds of the James Stroud Youth Competition at 10 am and 1:30 pm in Mixon Hall of the Cleveland Institute of Music. Fifteen competitors, ages 13 to 18 will vie for a place in the […] The post DIARY: Thursday, June 6, 2024 appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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Steven Daigle previews the first three shows of Ohio Light Opera’s 2024 season
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by Mike Telin
1w ago
by Mike Telin On Saturday, June 8 at 7:30 pm, Ohio Light Opera will launch its 2024 season with the 1937 hit musical Guys and Dolls. The show is the first of six titles that will run in repertory through July 28 at the College of Wooster’s Freedlander Theatre. Tickets for all performances are available […] The post Steven Daigle previews the first three shows of Ohio Light Opera’s 2024 season appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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DIARY: Wednesday, June 5, 2024
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by Jarrett Hoffman
1w ago
by Jarrett Hoffman IN THIS EDITION: •Today: Tubist Cristina Cutts (pictured) at the Cleveland Trombone Seminar •Announcements: Heights Arts seeks ensembles for 2025 programming,  Cuyahoga Arts & Culture seeks panelists for grant review, and a deadline for grant eligibility check from CAC •Interesting read: Magic Flute meets silent film •Almanac: Daniel Pinkham HAPPENING TODAY: Phoenix Symphony tubist […] The post DIARY: Wednesday, June 5, 2024 appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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She Scores: a night of musical excellence and importance (May 31)
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by Max Newman
1w ago
by Max Newman Even in the Cleveland music scene’s creatively positive atmosphere, female and non-binary composers are often underrepresented on the concert stage, and the Local 4 Music Fund’s She Scores series is looking to change this. The series, which aims to remind us of “the urgent need to redouble our efforts toward closing the […] The post She Scores: a night of musical excellence and importance (May 31) appeared first on Cleveland Classical ..read more
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