Dec 19 - 21, 2014
The favorite holiday tradition continues — for the sixth year — with the splendid Messe de Minuit pour Noël by French baroque composer Marc-Antoine Charpentier, illuminated with the popular carols on which it is based.
Composed in the 1690s, its melodies are beloved French carols, which Charpentier weaves throughout the different movements. The result is a joyful, tuneful celebration!
Sep 26 - 28, 2014
Quire Cleveland brings you glorious music by the greatest composers of the Renaissance: Josquin Desprez (“The Prince of Music”), Guillaume DuFay, Roland de Lassus, and many more!
These composers from Flanders dominated music in the same way that Italians dominated the visual arts. Giants like Leonardo, Michelangelo, Brunelleschi, and Tintoretto had their counterparts in DuFay, Josquin, Willært, and Lassus, and a remarkable number of other sublimely talented composers. They were trained in the choir schools of the North, and often drawn to the brilliant courts of Renaissance Italy. Come hear the flower of their music: exquisite motets of contrapuntal mastery, astonishing variety, and sonorous splendor! Read more (2) »
Jul 4, 2014
Tune in to WCLV Classical 104.9 on the 4th of July to hear Quire Cleveland’s grand celebration of American choral music, “THE LAND OF HARMONY.”
You’ll enjoy all 4 verses of the 1814 Star-Spangled Banner, as well as a beautiful rendition of Amazing Grace, plus marvelous music by Stephen Foster, William Billings, and Cleveland’s own Patty Stair.
DON’T MISS IT!
LISTEN LIVE on the radio at 104.9 FM or online at wclv.org
Friday, July 4, at 4 pm
WCLV Classical 104.9
May 14 - 18, 2014
Quire Cleveland celebrates the 10th anniversary of CityMusic Cleveland chamber orchestra with a series of free concerts all over town. The program features Franz Schubert’s glorious Mass no. 6 in E-flat major, with soloists, orchestra, and Quire, conducted by CityMusic’s music director, Avner Dorman.
CityMusic Cleveland concerts are free — no tickets are required. Come and bring all your friends and relations! Read more »