CityMusic Cleveland believes that our orchestra should reflect the communities in which we serve. To that end, we’re proud to announce the second year of our Diversity Fellowship for the 2019-20 season.
Fellows will serve as regular CityMusic Cleveland members, playing in all four orchestral programs and possibly one chamber music program during our regular season. Our goal is to encourage greater racial and cultural diversity and celebrate the contributions and achievements of underrepresented African-American, Latinx and Native American artists in the orchestral field.
For nearly fifteen years, CityMusic Cleveland’s mission has been to present first-rate classical music concerts to new audiences in underserved communities by removing the twin barriers of high ticket prices and intimidating venues. In addition, our concert programming aims to bring awareness to societal issues that impact our community—for example, the plight of refugees, child homelessness and cultural acceptance.
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CityMusic Cleveland is a professional chamber orchestra that performs free concerts throughout Northeast Ohio,often accompanied by exhibits of local artwork.
Since exploding onto the scene in 2004, CityMusic Cleveland has won cheering audiences with beautiful music, brilliantly performed in familiar neighborhood settings.
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United States F. Mendelssohn, Saint-Saëns, Kodály: Amit Peled (cello), CityMusic Cleveland / Mélisse Brunet (conductor), St. Jerome Church, Cleveland, Ohio, 19.5.2019. (MSJ) Fanny Mendelssohn – Overture in C major Saint-Saëns – Cello Concerto No.1 in A minor, Op.33; Symphony No.2 in A minor, Op.55 Kodály – Dances of Galánta CityMusic Cleveland was founded in 2004 as a professional chamber orchestra offering […]
With generous support from the Cleveland Foundation, CityMusic Cleveland has embarked on a mission to enhance our digital footprint to more fully engage with our local communities, especially younger audiences. Our social media consultant has documented the strategy so far as a resource for other non-profits who may struggle to find the resources to devote to digital media. (link to social media resource page)