Performing Arts

The Cleveland Museum of Art Celebrates 100th Anniversary with Year of Exhibitions, Celebrations and Programs both at the Museum and in the Community

CLEVELAND, OH — One hundred years ago the Cleveland Museum of Art opened its doors to the public. In 2016 the museum invites all audiences to in celebrate its 100th anniversary, honoring the past and looking ahead to the future. Program highlights include special Centennial exhibitions representing the creative genius of four continents, spanning ancient to contemporary, as well as the presentation of extraordinary individual works of art on loan from top-tier institutions all over the world, and once-in-a-lifetime events and community programs. William M.

Cleveland Museum of Art announces 2015–16 Performing Arts Series

Cleveland (September 3, 2015) Continuing its commitment to presenting the best in performing arts from around the world, the Cleveland Museum of Art announces its 2015-16 Performing Arts Series, featuring an extraordinary lineup ranging from composer Ellen Fullman in a week-long visit to the Transformer Station performing works from her Long String Instrument to appearances by two of the most exciting young American string quartets, the JACK Quartet and Calder Quartet, to the Orlando Consort’s performance of 15th-century vocal music accompanying Carl Theodor Dreyer’s silent

Performing Arts Presents: Music for April

Posted on April 16, 2015 by RGoodwin

The Cleveland Museum of Art's Performing Arts team presents a new series of curated music playlists, highlighting a mix of artists and repertoire the museum presents, or has presented, admires, or encourages the world to know about, here on our blog. This most recent playlist features music by Fred Frith, Jacob Cooper, David Lang, Terry Riley, and more.

Recordings and Resolutions: Performing Arts Playlist

Posted on March 6, 2015 by RGoodwin

The Cleveland Museum of Art's Performing Arts team is offering a new series of curated music playlists, highlighting a mix of artists and repertoire the museum presents, or has presented, admires, or encourages the world to know about, here on our blog. This most recent playlist features music by Stefan Wolpe, Carl Stone, Julius Eastman, Haakon Thelin and others.

New Year's Resolution #1: Listen More Intensely

Posted on January 20, 2015 by RGoodwin

Beginning this month, the Cleveland Museum of Art's Performing Arts team is offering a new series of curated music playlists, highlighting a mix of artists and repertoire the museum presents, or has presented, admires, or encourages the world to know about, here on our blog. Take a listen to our 2015 kick-off playlist, and meet us back here in two weeks for another CMA on Spotify soundtrack.

Five Things You Need to Know This Week: Themes and Variations opens, Maine Sublime closes, Karel Paukert in concert, and more!

Posted on January 19, 2015 by RGoodwin

Bookmark our blog and stay connected with our new Five Things You Need to Know updates from the Cleveland Museum of Art. This week, Themes and Variations: Musical Drawings and Prints, opens, enjoy Maine Sublime: Frederic Church's "Twilight in the Wilderness" before it closes, get the Inside Scoop on the Armor Court, enjoy the sounds of Karel Paukert, and more!

The Calder Quartet Rocks

Posted on November 17, 2014 by RGoodwin

One of the most exciting young ensembles in chamber music today, the Calder Quartet return to Cleveland for the first in an ongoing series of performances in the Transformer Station beginning Wednesday, November 19. Called “outstanding” and “superb” by the New York Times, the quartet perform a broad range of repertoire at an exceptional level.

Sounds and Senses: John Luther Adams' "Veils and Vesper" (Video)

Posted on October 24, 2014 by TWelsh

Composer John Luther Adams was in Cleveland in September 2014 for a short residency that included presenting two of his major non-concert hall works: Inuksuit, for 99 percussionists, was performed in the Lake View Cemetery on an unexpectedly gorgeous early autumn day; and Veils and Vesper, a ten-channel immersive sound environment, was installed at St. John's in the Ohio City neighborhood. In this video clip , Adams talks about the process behind his "most rigorously mathematic and most unabashedly sensuous piece," as well as the importance of the surrounding environment to the experience of the installation.

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