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Opening Nights Festival: Harmonia

Friday, April 30, 2010, 7:00–9:00 p.m.
Location: Cleveland Museum of Art

About The Event

Nadia Tarnawsky
The evening begins with traditional Ukrainian folk songs performed by Nadia Tarnawsky with violinist Brandon Vance and cimbalom player Alexander Fedoriouk.

Continental Strings Tamburitza Orchestra of Cleveland
Alex Machaskee, the Plain Dealer's former publisher (and CMA trustee), leads a band playing Serbian, Italian, Spanish, Greek, Russian, and other continental music.

Harmonia with the Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble
A perfect finale to the festivities! Members of this hugely talented ensemble have made Cleveland their home. Harmonia exists in the space where Cleveland meets Eastern Europe and epitomizes the diversity and talent in our city. They perform the traditional music of anywhere between the Danube and the Carpathians. A must-see! The exuberant, 30-member-strong Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble joins Harmonia for colorful dances of the region.

Free admission! Tickets required (limit 4 per order), available through the museum's box office in person or by phone: 216-421-7350 or 1-888-CMA-0033. In the event of a sold-out performance, stand-by tickets will be issued at the door.

Presenting sponsor

KeyBank

Supporting sponsors

Donley's The Musart Society Westlake Reed Leskosky