The Milton and Tamar Maltz Performing Arts Center at the Temple – Tifereth Israel at Case Western Reserve University hosts a number of performances and events, including the William N. Skirball Writers Center Stage, the Silver Hall Concert Series, and the university’s Think Forum speaker series and music recitals from students and faculty.
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The Cleveland Classical Guitar Society is dedicated to presenting the world’s finest performers and, through its Educational Program, creating life-changing experiences for Cleveland’s kids. CCGS presents their annual season opening Showcase Concert on September 14, 2019. This event features the finest local performers and is presented free of charge as a way to bring the community together for a night of great music. Performers include Colin Davin, Gruca White Ensemble (flute and guitar) and Cleveland’s own Grammy winning guitarist Jason Vieaux!
Be inspired by Marthe Cohn's amazing story. Hear how this courageous woman lived through one of the worst times in human history, losing family members to the Nazis but surviving with her spirit and integrity intact.
To foster ethical leadership worldwide, the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence annually presents the Inamori Ethics Prize to a recipient who demonstrates exemplary ethical leadership. First awarded in 2008, the prize honors outstanding international ethical leaders whose actions and influence have greatly improved the human condition.
ACADEMIC SYMPOSIUM "Ethical Leadership in the Arts: The Power of Storytelling and Representation" Featuring LeVar Burton and panelists: Joy R. Bostic, PhD, Interim Vice President for Inclusion, Diversity & Equal Opportunity and Associate Professor in the Department of Religious Studies, Case Western Reserve University Cara Byrne, PhD, Lecturer in English/SAGES Teaching Fellow and the Research Advisor on Diverse Children's Literature for the Schubert Center for Child Studies, Case Western Reserve University
Writers & Readers brings writers and thinkers together with their audience for in-depth, insightful, and inclusive community conversations. Join two of today's most articulate and eloquent advocates for equity and inclusion, Soledad O"Brien and Killer Mike, in a fireside discussion confronting today's most pressing social issues which simultaneously define America and deny the American Dream to so many.
Trailblazing investigative journalist Jane Mayer is Chief Washington Correspondent for The New Yorker, where she covers politics, culture, national security and the #MeToo movement. Award-winning journalist Frank Rich writes on politics and culture for New York Magazine, where he is Writer-at-Large.
The CWRU Symphonic Winds, under direction of Dr. Ryan Scherber, is the University concert band open to all CWRU & CIM undergraduate and graduate wind, brass and percussion players by audition. An audition is required for seating and section placement each academic year. The Case University Circle Orchestra is open to all CWRU students, faculty, and community members by audition who play a woodwind, brass, percussion or string instruments and who desire to perform in a high level ensemble.
Rachel Kushner is the best-selling author of The Flamethrowers, a finalist for the National Book Award and a New York Times Top Ten Book of 2013; Telex from Cuba (2008), a finalist for the National Book Award; and The Mars Room (2018), which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Piper Kerman's experiences behind bars inspired the 2010 best-selling memoir Orange Is the New Black, which was later turned into an Emmy Award-winning Netflix series of the same name.
People for Your Life (P4YL) is a faith based organization that emphasizes scholasticism, community engagement, economic empowerment, and mentoring. This organization was founded by Anthony T. Parker and his wife Antoinette McSears-Parker, senior pastors of Rhema Fellowship Church.
Lalit Subramanian is a well sought after performer and educator of Indian Classical Music in the US. Lalit is from Pune and is a currently a disciple of Sri Tiruvarur S. Girish. He has also undergone training under Sri Neyveli R. Santhanagopalan. Lalit is also a trained Hindustani vocalist and has been under the tutelage of Pandit Shekhar Kumbhojkar, a disciple of Pandit Jitendra Abhishekhi of Pune. He also did a short stint of Ghazal training under Ustad Anwar Qureshi. Lalit is also a percussionist and has studied Tabla with Pandit Anand Godse of Pune and mridangam under Shri Vijay Shriram. Lalit holds a Sangeet Visharad degree with gold medal in Carnatic vocal music, and was a Yuva Wani artist (junior) with All India Radio, Pune for Hindustani vocal music. He also also lent his voice to a Marathi film. Lalit has also worked extensively on projects with well-known dance companies in the US and has performed at various prestigious venues in the US such as the Kennedy Center for performing arts (Washington, D.C.), American Dance Festival (Durham, NC), Krannert Center for performing arts (Urbana, IL), Walt Disney Concert Hall (Los Angeles, CA), Lied Center (Lawrence, KA), Cleveland Thyagaraja Aradhana, among others, and has received many positive reviews by mainstream American music and dance critics. Lalit manages the US operations of The Brinda Repertory. He teaches music and percussion to several students. Lalit is a Biomedical Engineer and works for a medical device firm in the Cleveland area.
Michael Ondaatje is one of the world’s foremost writers whose artistry and aesthetic have influenced an entire generation of writers and readers. Although he is best known as a novelist, Ondaatje’s work also encompasses poetry, memoir and film.
The Case/University Circle Symphony Orchestra is open to all CWRU students, faculty, and community members by audition who play a
The CWRU Symphonic Winds, under direction of Dr.
The Mystical Arts of Tibet: Sacred Music Sacred Dance performance comprises selections believed to generate energies conducive to world healing. Robed in magnificent costumes and playing traditional Tibetan instruments, the Loseling monks perform ancient temple music and dance for world healing. On previous tours the monks have shared the stage with artists such as Paul Simon, Sheryl Crow, Patti Smith, the Beastie Boys, and many others.
Suburban Symphony Orchestra occupies a unique position in the rich musical community in Northeast Ohio. Many consider it Cleveland’s premier community orchestra. In a city alive with music making, Suburban bridges the gap between the area’s renowned professional organizations and its many volunteer ensembles. The orchestra, based at Beachwood High School, has built a solid community following over the past 65 years, presenting five free concerts throughout the season.