Arts Calendar

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 musical Anastasia is coming to Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace Theater February 4th through 23rd . 216-241-6000  

Apollo's Fire

Apollo’s Fire will present four performances of L’Amore, an Old Italian Valentine with music of Monteverdi and Vivaldi at locations in Akron, Cleveland Heights and Rocky River from Thursday, February 13th through Sunday, February 16th.  216-321-0012  

Beck Center

Lakewood’s Beck Center, in collaboration with the Baldwin Wallace Theater Program, will present The Scottsboro Boys, with music of Kander and  Ebb at Beck Center February 7th through 23rd

Church of the Resurrection

At the Church of the Resurrection in Solon, members of the Cleveland Orchestra and friends will perform Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons as well as Astor Piazzolla’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires on Monday evening, February 17th.  440-248-0980  

Cleveland Orchestra

Michael Tilson Thomas is the Guest Conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra for four concerts Thursday February 20th through Sunday the 23rd for a program that will include the world premiere of his own composition called Meditations on Rilke, with vocal soloists Sasha Cooke and Dashon Burton and then Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique.  216-231-1111  

Cleveland Playhouse

The next production for the Cleveland Playhouse is the comedy Clue, running January 25th through February 23rd.  216-241-6000  

Cleveland State University

The Cleveland State University Faculty Recital Series will feature Cleveland Orchestra trumpeter Jack Sutte with pianist Christine Fuoco on Tuesday evening, February 18th in Drinko Recital Hall in music by David Loeb, Jiri Mittner, Tom Pierson and Andrew Rindfleisch.  

Great Lakes Theater

Great Lakes Theater has the whodunit thriller Sleuth in the Hanna Theater February 14th through March 8th.  216-241-6000  

LatinUs Theater

The LatinUs Theater Company makes its Cleveland debut with the comedy Divorcees, Evangelists and Vegetarians, performed in Spanish, at the Helen Lab Theater in Playhouse Square with performances February 21st through March 1st

Lorain County Metroparks

Lorain County Metroparks French Creek Theater’s next show is The Drowsy Chaperone, a satire of the Great White Way of the 1920s, February 7th through 23rd.  440-949-5200  

Saint John Cathedral.

The Cathedral of St. John in Downtown Cleveland will host a concert by the Schola Antiqua of Chicago on Friday evening, February 21st.   The concert is called Slavic Routes:  Music from Renaissance Prague.  

Trinity Cathedral

The Brownbag Concerts at downtown Cleveland’s Trinity Cathedral resume on February 19th with guitar students from the Cleveland Institute of Music.   216-281-1700 

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