performing arts

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Available through January 16, 2015
Includes five concerts in Gartner Auditorium (see details)

Single Tickets
Available starting August 17, 2014

Please contact the box office for information on wheelchair seating or other accommodations. All seating assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Group Sales
When you bring a group of ten or more to a Cleveland Museum of Art concert, you’ll save 10% off the regular price.

A Great Offer for Students
Make it a special night by bringing a group of six or more of your student friends. Purchase your tickets in advance and save 50% off the single ticket price.*
Come to the door and pay what you can.*

*Gartner Auditorium subscription series concerts only; subject to availability; valid student ID required; whole dollar amounts only for “pay what you can.”

Due to the nature of the performing arts, programs are subject to change. Refunds are given only in the case of event cancellation. Handling fees are not refundable.

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These programs made possible in part by the Ernest L. and Louise M. Gartner Fund, the P. J. McMyler Musical Endowment Fund, and the Anton and Rose Zverina Music Fund.

Series Sponsor    
 The Musart Society  


The museum continues in its commitment to presenting the best in the performing arts from around the world. Highlights of next season’s line up include two special off-site programs feature the music of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Luther Adams (Veils and Vespers and Inuksuit). U-Theatre presents Sword of Wisdom—a work that blends traditional Taiwanese drumming with percussion, dance, and martial arts. Italian Futurist painter and composer Luigi Russolo was a pioneer in noise music concerts and his Intonarumori (noise-generating devices) have been recreated by performer and musicologist Luciano Chessa. The instruments will be on display as Chessa works with local performers during a week-long residency that culminates in a concert in Gartner Auditorium. Audience favorite Chanticleer is known around the world for the seamless blend of its twelve male voices ranging from countertenor to bass, and for its original interpretations of vocal literature, from Renaissance to jazz, and from gospel to venturesome new music; the ensemble returns to CMA to with a new program. Ragamala Dance Company joins with jazz saxophonist/composer Rudresh Mahanthappa in Song of the Jasmine—an inspired new work that freely moves between past and present, composition and improvisation, music and dance, delving into the concept of longing through the lens of recollection, appeal, and total surrender.

The series of adventurous music performances at the Transformer Station continues to feature improvised and composed music by some of the most remarkable artists of our time.

Deepening ties with area institutions such as the Cleveland Institute of Music, Case Western Reserve University, Oberlin Conservatory, and the Cleveland School of the Arts offer exciting opportunities to engage the community with performances by young artists and faculty.

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