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Artist of the Month: Music

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Natsumi Shibagaki, a native of Japan, serves as staff pianist at the Cleveland Institute of Music. An avid chamber musician and collaborator, Ms. Shibagaki has performed with numerous artists in the greater Cleveland area, including members of the Canton Symphony, the Akron Symphony, Cleveland State University, and the Cleveland Orchestra. Ms. Shibagaki has participated in a […]

Random Acts of Art: Music- Rachel Bernstein and Lily Waugh perform “Meditation from Thaïs”

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Please enjoy this musical performance of Meditation from Thaïs by Jules Massenet performed by Heights Arts executive director and Music Settlement Suzuki cello instructor Rachel Bernstein and her daughter, flutist Lily Waugh.   Would you like to contribute to Heights Arts’ Random Acts of Art, initiative? Click Here for more information. To View all contributions […]

Artist of the Month: Music

Originally from Boise, Idaho, mezzo-soprano Gwendolyn DeLaney moved to Cleveland to study voice with Dr. Mary Schiller at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She’s since fallen in love with the city and intends to stay. Interested primarily in the art song repertoire, her most recent work has been as the founder and artistic director of The Offbeat Song Project. […]

No Exit and Zeitgeist at Heights Arts

Please join No Exit and their special guests Zeitgeist (from St. Paul, MN.) as they return to Heights Arts for an extraordinary evening of avant-garde music. For many years, these two ensembles have been collaborating to present bold and captivating concert programs for the adventurous listener. The program will feature works which are representative of […]

Gallery Concert: Classical Revolution Cleveland

Saturday, January 25, 2020, 7 pm Heights Arts Free Admission Classical Revolution Cleveland performs dozens of free, public events each year, with a core mission of taking classical music off of the “high art” pedestal and presenting dynamic performances in non-traditional spaces. Comprised of a multi-faceted roster of some of northeast Ohio’s top independent professionals, […]

Gallery Concert: Shibagaki-Shung Piano Duo

Saturday, February 22, 2020, 7 pm Heights Arts Free Admission Natsumi Shibagaki, a native of Japan, serves as staff pianist at the Cleveland Institute of Music. An avid chamber musician and collaborator, Ms. Shibagaki has performed with numerous artists in the greater Cleveland area, including members of the Canton Symphony, the Akron Symphony, Cleveland State University, […]

Concert Three: Heights Arts and Beethoven Birthday Bonn-anza

Mar 1, 2020, 3 pm  Eaton Mansion All-Beethoven Program: Early: Sonata for Horn and Piano in F Major, op. 17 Middle: Ghost Trio in D-Major, 0p. 70,1 Late: Cello Sonata in C-major op. 102,1 What better way to thank you, our loyal Heights Arts community, as we celebrate our 20th year, than with a program […]

(POSTPONED) Gallery Concert: Red Campion

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED, DATE TBD Heights Arts Free Admission Established in 2009, Red Campion is an energetic ensemble of four singers and one pianist. Based in the Cleveland-Akron area, Red Campion presents performances and educational programs that showcase the glories of the voice and vocal literature. Performances cause audience members to tap their […]

(POSTPONED) Gallery Concert: Cavani String Quartet with Guest Poet Mwatabu Okantah

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED, DATE TBD Heights Arts Free Admission Described by the Washington Post as “completely engrossing powerful and elegant” The Cavani Quartet has dedicated its artistic life to  communicating the joy of discovery in the service of some of the most powerful music ever written. “Their artistic excellence, their generous spirit, and […]

(POSTPONED) Concert Four: The Forgotten Builders of Musical Cleveland and their Teacher Antonin Dvorak

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED, DATE TBD May 3, 2020, 3 pm  Hermit Club, Playhouse Square Program: Selections from string quartets by three Cleveland composers: Edward Kresja Charles Rychlik Johann Heinrich Beck —– Antonin Dvorak Quartet – The “American” Quartet, Op. 96 In the late 1800s, something special was happening in Cleveland: some of our […]