March to the Music at Waterloo Arts

Waterloo Arts’ Music for Miles chamber concerts are back for their Spring season, starting with the Bayard String Quartet on Sunday March 13. Kimia Ghaderi and Victor Beyens, violins, Christine Sherlock, viola, and Eric Graf, cello, will play Vivaldi, Bach and Bizet; Massenet, Mozart and Fritz Kreisler; and Argentine dances, a tango and traditional music from Veracruz – a multi-faceted program.

As always, the afternoon will be multi-sensory: the Waterloo Arts gallery is hosting the All-City Art Show, and the adjoining Callaloo Café will be ready with glasses of wine and light Caribbean fare. Children are welcome, if quiet, and conversation with the musicians is encouraged.

And as always, the concert will be free, thanks to our partnership with the Local 4 Music Fund, the Music Performance Trust Fund, the Waterloo Arts Friends Committee, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, and Ohio Arts Council.

Waterloo Arts, 15605 Waterloo Road, 216-692-9500,

But that’s not all.

Music for MilesSpring Concerts

The Music for Miles series will continue with the Charnofsky Piano Trio in April; and the Trillium Trio (flute, clarinet, bassoon), which played our very first M4M concert, in May.

After a summer break, the concerts will resume, with the Tower City Brass Quintet in September; the Silver Keys Clarinet Quartet in October; and Joe Parker with his sitar in November.

And finally.

CityMusic at St Jerome – with Irish Stew

The CityMusic Cleveland chamber orchestra will play at St Jerome church on Thursday March 17, at 7:30 (Irish stew and soda bread will be available 5:30-6:30, for a modest charge). Joaquin Valdepenas will conduct, and the gorgeous and talented soprano Jeanine De Bique will sing, in a program of Beethoven (Overture to “Prometheus” and Symphony no. 6); Edvard Grieg (Solveig’s Song from Peer Gynt); Bizet (Carmen’s Je dis que rien ne m’epouvante); and Puccini (Quando m’en vo’ soletta from La Boheme).

There’s still more.

CityMusic March Concerts

CityMusic will play the same concert at:

The HUB 55 Complex, 1361 East 55th Street, March 16, 7:30 pm

Lakewood Congregational Church, 1375 West Clifton, March 18, 7:30 pm

Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus, 3649 E. 65th Street, March 19, 8 pm

FairmountTemple – 23737 Fairmount Boulevard, March 20, 4 pm

Nan Kennedy

Founding member of Arts Collinwood; chair of AC Advisory Board; president of Lakeshore/Collinwood Garden Club; writer of neighborhood events e-letter; grandmother of Emma, Jane and Attila.

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Volume 8, Issue 3, Posted 2:00 PM, 03.06.2016