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The Akron Symphony Orchestra’s next concert on Saturday evening, November 16th, will be led by Christopher Wilkins, and will feature music of Haydn, Vivaldi, Richard Strauss and Coqueteos by Gabriela Lena Frank at E. J. Thomas Hall. 330-535-8131
Arts Reniassance Tremont Stepping Out Series
The next performance in Arts Renaissance Tremont’s Stepping Out series will feature the Cavani Quartet at the Rocky River Senior Center on Monday afternoon, November 18th. It’s free, but seating reservations are required. 440-333-6660
The Department of Theater and Dance at Baldwin Wallace will present three performances of Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, November 14th through 16th, in the MACS Acting Studio. The performance is free, but tickets are required. 440-826-2240
Case Western Reserve MFA Theater
Students of the Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House MFA Acting Program will perform Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice in the Helen Theater at Playhouse Square November 6th through 16th. 216-241-6000
Guest Conductorr Jakob Hrusa’s second week at Severance Hall with the Cleveland Orchestra will bring on the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, Youth Chorus and Children’s Chorus for a program that will begin with the John Adams composition On the Transmigration of Souls. In the second half of the program, the Orchestra will be joined by soprano Joelle Harvey for Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 4. There’ll be three performances of that program, on Thursday and Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoon, November 14th, 16th and 17th. 216-231-1111
Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra
OnFriday evening, November 15th, the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra will be on the Severance Hall stage for the first of its concerts this season. Music Director Vinay Parameswaran will lead the Youth Orchestra in its Autumn Concert, which w will include In the Dark, the Cleveland Premiere of a piece by Sarah Kirkland Snider, the Cello Concerto No. 1 by Dmitri Shostakovich, featuring Annie Zhang as soloist, and the second symphony of Jean Sibelius. 216-231-1111
Erie Waters Flute Ensemble
The Erie Waters Flute Ensemble will perform a program of Music in a Sacred Space at the Church of the Resurrection on Cannon Road in Solon on Sunday afternoon, November 17th.
Fairmount Presbyterian Church
On Sunday, November 17th the Fairmount Choir of Fairmount Presbyterian Church will present the Ohio premiere of the Requiem by Joshua Clausen, written to honor the victims of American mass shootings. 216-321-5800
Heights Chamber Orchestra
The Heights Chamber Orchestra will be led by Jungho Kim in music of Stravinsky and Brahms at its next concert, on Sunday afternoon, November 17th, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cleveland Heights.
No Exit New Music Ensemble
The Cleveland New Music Ensemble No Exit will present violinist Mari Sato and Friends in two performance – on Friday, November 8th, at Spaces Gallery on Detroit Road in Cleveland, and on Friday, November 15th, at Kent State University’s Ludwig Recital Hall.
In Akron, Tuesday Musical’s next Main Stage Concert at E. J. Thomas Hall will take place on a Thursday – November 21st. It’s the annual Margaret Baxtresser Piano Concert, and will feature Fei-Fei. 330-761-3460