Violins of Hope, concert with The Cleveland Orchestra
Even in the midst of the unspeakable evil of the Holocaust, there was music. In the ghettos and the camps, music was a source of comfort, hope and resistance - a way for the Jews to express themselves and prevent the Nazis from stripping them of their humanity. Some of the Violins of Hope, violins played by Jewish musicians during the holocaust, have been located and restored and this concert gives viewers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear the violins played by world-class musicians, to see them in a stunning exhibition and to learn their individual stories.
The 2022 State of the City with Mayor Justin M. Bibb
The City Club of Cleveland was pleased to host the annual State of the City Address. This free public event was held in Silver Hall at the Maltz Performing Arts Center on the campus of Case Western Reserve University.
Mayor Justin M. Bibb spoke about the accomplishments of his first 100 days in office, the progress of the economic recovery underway, and his vision for the city.
In addition to his remarks, the Mayor also answered questions from Cleveland residents.
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June 7, 2022: The Sparks Fly Upward at the Maltz
May 31, 2022: Fever’s Candlelight Concerts bring live music to unexpected locations in Cleveland
May 6, 2022: Patinkin, Grody open up in backstage interview with CJN
May 4, 2022: Andrew Greene from Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra on WCLV
April 6, 2022: Maltz Performing Arts Center’s 2022 spring season features diverse lineup of music, dance and drama
March 21, 2022: Planning, design and construction’s Christopher Panichi discusses the Maltz Performing Arts Center
March 9, 2022: Mayor Justin Bibb picks Maltz Performing Arts Center for first State of the City