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KeyBank Fridays@7: Symphonic Metamorphosis

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CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA

The Cleveland Orchestra
Marek Janowski, conductor

Overview

Join us for a decidedly different — and fun — concert experience.  Fridays@7 features an early start time, no intermission, and a post-concert world music performance.  Perfect for those trying out a concert by The Cleveland Orchestra for the first time, or for those looking for added musical spice.

At a Glance
HINDEMITH - Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber
BEETHOVEN - Symphony No. 2
   
The Fridays@7 concert series is sponsored by 
KeyBank,
     a Cleveland Orchestra Partner in Excellence.

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Pre and Post Concert Music

     Experience why Fridays@7 concerts are being
     called “the place to be on Friday nights!”

PRE-CONCERT ST@RTERS for December 5
Begin your evening early, with drinks or food, plus a special pre-concert world music presentation.

     Pre-Concert in Reinberger Chamber Hall at 6:00 p.m. — Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble and Performance and Improvisation Ensembles, with special guests Tim Ries.

POST-CONCERT @FTERPARTY for December 5
After each KeyBank Fridays@7 concert, there’s . . . more food, drink, and music. Internationally renowned contemporary percussionist Jamey Haddad invites a diverse selection of artists to collaborate for a post-concert musical celebration at Severance Hall.  Great music to round out your evening and expand your horizons.

     Two Options!  Enjoy both, mix and mingle between!

     In the Grand Foyer:  Sammy DeLeón y su Orquesta featuring saxophonist Tim Ries (who currently performs with the Rolling Stones and with drummer Jack DeJohnette).

     In Severance Restaurant:  Moises Borges.  New for Fridays@7! an alternative post-concert performance with food, drinks, and sit-down. 

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Severance Restaurant

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About the Music

Commentary and historical background about the music are printed in program books distributed free-of-charge at most Cleveland Orchestra concerts. The program notes are usually available on-line ahead of time.

Click back to read program book for this concert.

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Parking

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