Upcoming events

Let the Heavens Rejoice:
Celebratory Psalms for Voices and Instruments

Quire Cleveland joins forces with the brilliant chamber ensemble Les Délices (directed by Debra Nagy) for an exciting program of French Baroque music. Violins, oboes, flutes, bassoon, chorus, and a thrilling team of rising-star vocal soloists perform resplendent, rarely-heard sacred works by Rameau and Mondonville. Read more »

The Land of Harmony: American Choral Gems

Meet us in “The Land of Harmony” — Quire Cleveland’s program of American music. You’ll hear early versions of The Star-Spangled Banner, When Jesus Wept, Amazing Grace — as well as lesser-known but equally inspiring works. Quire returns to the splendid historic Holland Theatre in Bellefontaine, and celebrates the new concert series at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lorain. Read more »

10th Anniversary Season FINALE: Favorites over the Decade

This FREE concert is a gift from Quire Cleveland to you, the music-lovers of Northeast Ohio, as thanks for your enthusiastic support. Featuring favorite music from previous concerts, we’ll celebrate the past 10 seasons.

The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist hosted Quire Cleveland’s first concert in 2008, and many times since, and will again for this concert.

As in our début concert, we begin with William Byrd’s Sing Joyfully. Then follow pieces from throughout Europe and America — composed in the early Renaissance through the modern era.

Come, bring your friends & relations! Celebrate Quire Cleveland’s first decade, 2008 to 2018! Read more »

Past events

Carols for Quire from the Old and New Worlds IX
Carols of Yore

The ninth annual presentation of this “cherished Cleveland tradition” (ClevelandClassical.com) features favorite carols from seasons past, as well as new settings of ancient classics. The music will delight you and your loved ones, and is guaranteed to make your holiday season more harmonious!

Carols for Quire IX explores choral music for Christmas & Hanukkah from many lands and centuries, expressing the joy, solemnity, humor, all celebrating the season. Read more »

Sing You After Me: Wondrous Rounds and Canons

Rose2Sing You After Me is a program of rounds and canons from the 13th to the end of the 19th centuries. Full of fun, interesting, and appealing music, it offers an enormous range of musical styles and textures.

And the composers of rounds and canons may surprise you: Byrd, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven & Brahms are among the master composers who contributed to the repertoire! Enjoy the captivating sounds of one voice following another in ingenious — but also sublimely beautiful — harmony. Read more »