An Evening of Classical Music & Art

Submitted by Where4ARThou on Mon, 04/20/2009 - 16:14.
05/03/2009 - 18:00
05/03/2009 - 22:00


The Mandel JCC of Cleveland Presents “An Evening of Classical Music & Art”
Sunday, May 3, 2009
6:00 pm – Retrospective art exhibit by Seth Chwast opens
6:30 pm – “Meet the Artist” reception (exhibition & reception FREE to all concert ticket holders)
7:30 pm – Concert by world-renowned classical musicians
The Mandel JCC’s Stonehill Auditorium, 26001 S. Woodland Rd, Beachwood OH 44122
Concert tickets are $22
ADVANCED SALE discount tickets: JCC members ($21), seniors ($22) and students ($12). 
To purchase tickets visit The Mandel JCC during regular business hours, call (866) 546-1358 or purchase online at (Transaction fees will be added to phone and online orders.)
Group tickets (10+): $16 (Call 216/593-6258.)
World-Class Concert to be held Sunday, May 3, 2009
For the past eight years, Cleveland audiences have flocked to this evening of exceptional entertainment showcasing the city’s world-class musical talent. This extraordinary concert brings together an array of renowned classical musicians, many from the former Soviet Union, who have played and recorded with The Cleveland Orchestra and other great orchestras of the world. This year’s Sunday, May 3rd concert begins at 7:30pm in the Mandel JCC’s Stonehill Auditorium.
This year’s concert will include works by Bach, Ravel, Mozart, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Fauré and Tchaikovsky performed by Elizabeth Camus, Lyubov Deninzon, Vladimir Deninzon, Marina Kerze, Leon Lazarev, Brian Thornton and Jennifer Woda.
Retrospective exhibit by Cleveland Artist Seth Chwast May 3-26, 2009
This year, the Mandel JCC Arts & Culture Program is privileged to exhibit a retrospective of the work of Cleveland artist Seth Chwast in conjunction with”An Evening of Classical Music & Art.” The exhibit opens Sunday, May 3, 2009 at 6:00pm in The Mandel JCC’s Stonehill Auditorium, and a “Meet the Artist” opening reception begins at 6:30pm. Both are free to all concert ticket holders. The exhibit will remain on display through May 26, 2009.
Diagnosed with autism as a very young child, Chwast, now 25, rarely speaks but has found his voice through painting. With his innate ability to mix colors and reflect the world around him, Chwast has garnered national and international attention. His work has been exhibited at University Hospital of Case Western Reserve University and at the Cleveland Clinic, in New York City and in the Galapagos Islands and Cayman Islands. Bursting with color, his art conveys his contagious sense of joy, happiness and beauty, and his story inspires.


Mandel JCC of Cleveland
26001 S Woodland Rd
Beachwood, OH 44122
United States
Phone: 216.831.0700
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