As the MeshugaNotes, The Ohio State University’s Jewish-interest a cappella group, travels to The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood for a Feb. 12 performance, several Clevelanders look forward to performing close to home.
The Cleveland Pops Orchestra will host “A Date with Judy” concert featuring the original orchestrations of some of Judy Garland’s songs at 8 p.m. Jan. 21 at Severance Music Center, 11001 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland’s University Circle neighborhood.
Black Orthodox Jewish rapper Nissim Black will visit Cleveland as the result of a collaboration between three organizations: Cleveland’s Rekindle Fellowship and Jews of Color: Cleveland, and Wynwood, Pa.-based Rappers & Rabbis.
As the state of Israel approaches its 75th anniversary as an independent state on May 14, 2023, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland is kicking off a yearlong celebration of events.
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland is presenting its annual Jam for Justice fundraiser on Sept. 8 at the House of Blues in downtown Cleveland. The musical extravaganza will feature legal professionals from across Northeast Ohio showcasing their talents through song. Several bands made up of …
Shaker Heights native and solo pianist Jim Brickman will return to Northeast Ohio for a stop on his “Brickman Across America” tour on Aug. 20 at Cain Park in Cleveland Heights.
Alex Berko of Solon was again named a recipient of the 2022 ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Award, according to a news release. The foundation highlights concert music composers under 30 years old whose works are selected by a juried national competition.
(JTA) – With a single driving guitar riff, the man born as Monty Noserovitch changed pop-culture forever — although he had to fight to get the credit for it.
When the Yiddish Concert in the Park returns for its 42nd year on June 26 at Cain Park in Cleveland Heights, concert committee chair Shawn Fink told the Cleveland Jewish News it’s a much-needed return to normalcy for the concert’s fans after a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Legacy Village’s free summer concert series, Legacy Live, will return June 11 and continue each Saturday through Sept. 3 from 5 to 8 p.m. Concert-goers can enjoy a mix of live music from pop and rock to swing and everything in between. All concerts will take place at The Lawn between Califor…
The Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra will present a concert with principal conductor Carlos Kalmar at 7 p.m. March 23 at Severance Music Hall at 11001 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland.
Domenico Boyagian, music director of Suburban Symphony Orchestra, will direct the orchestra when it performs with Cleveland klezmer violinist Steven Greenman in a free performance at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 12 at Beachwood High School. Donations are encouraged.
Two-time Grammy nominated recording artist Plain White T’s will perform a free concert on the Tower City Live stage at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 18 in downtown Cleveland. Doors open at 6.
Outdoor contemporary music festivals WonderStruck in Cleveland will take place July 9-10, 2022, and WonderBus Music & Arts Festival will take place Aug. 27-28, 2022, in Columbus.
The premiere performance of a new contemporary string quartet, Ariel’s Light, will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Acacia ballroom at Acacia Reservation at 26899 Cedar Road in Lyndhurst.
Pianist Jonathan Biss’ love for music could probably be connected to his Jewish faith. Biss, whose mother’s parents were Hungarian Holocaust survivors, said their experience has strengthened his sense of identity as a Jewish person. He describes his Judaism as cultural in nature, rather than…
The Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra will resume concerts in its 84th season in 2021-22 under the leadership of music director Victor Liva. The Cleveland Philharmonic will continue to reside at Cleveland State University for rehearsals and performances.
Rafael Skorka, an Israeli competitor in the Cleveland International Piano Competition, was eliminated in the semifinal round.