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.
The days at Blossom are drawing to a close rapidly – on Saturday evening, the 25th, the Cleveland Orchestra will be joined by the Blossom Festival Chorus and Cleveland Orchestra Children’s Chorus and soloists as Adrien Perruchon makes his Cleveland Orchestra debut with Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana as well as Aaron Copland’s Statements for Orchestra, a mid-1930s composition. After that, there’ll be three evenings of Star Wars: A New Hope, with the Orchestra playing the sound track live. And there’s a final Summers at Severance concert on Friday the 24th. Jonathan Cohen will be leading the Orchestra in music by Handel, Haydn and Mozart. 216-231-1111
Cleveland Orchestra Volunteers
The Cleveland Orchestra is seeking volunteer ushers and tour guides, as well as students 14 and older for the Junior Volunteer Corps for the 2018-2019 Severance Hall season. Open interview sessions are scheduled for August 23rd and 26th. 216-231-7425
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.
Tremont Arts in August
In Cleveland, the annual Tremont Arts in August Festival continues through the 31st with outdoor theater, dance and music events. On Friday, August 24th, it’s ContempOpera, while on Saturday the 25th, salsa is featured with Papo Ruiz. Performances start at 7:00PM in Lincoln Park
Wolfs Gallery hosts Cleveland: A Cultural Center, a loan exhibition of 150 artworks celebrating the community of artists known as the Cleveland School. The exhibition runs through August 31st.