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KeyBank Fridays@7: Beethoven's Seventh

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CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA

The Cleveland Orchestra
Fabio Luisi, 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
FRANCESCONI - Cobalt, Scarlet: Two Colors of Dawn
BEETHOVEN - Symphony No. 7
   
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
Begin your evening early, with drinks or food, plus a special pre-concert world music presentation. 

Pre-Concert March 13 Magda Giannikou with members of Snarky Puppy
        and guests from the Oberlin Performance and Improvisation Ensemble

World chansons infused with South American grooves and a twist of jazz.

      
POST-CONCERT @FTERPARTIES / two choices
Enjoy a post-concert party with great drinks, great compay, and live music entertainment. 

OPTION #1 (in the Grand Foyer)
Post-Concert
March 13
— Snarky Puppy, Grammy Award-winning funk and jazz band, with singer and accordionist Magda Giannikou.  Snarky Puppy fuses a deep knowledge and respect for musical tradition with sonic and conceptual innovation in a way that is able to reach the most critical (or most carefree) audience.  The convergence of musicians from across AmericaWhite and Black which occurred while the band was in its adolescence at the University of North Texas, has naturally established a system of balance that instantly draws listeners to the music.  Here is raw funk and sensitive dynamics, relentless pocket and lyrical melodicism, lush harmony and soulful simplicity, and most importantly, a delicate mixture of composition, harmony, melody, and improvisation.

       

    
OPTION #2
(in the Restaurant)
Post-Concert
March 13 — Luca Mundaca, with a fusion of bossa nova, jazz, and samba.

Mix and match, or sample both!

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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 here to read the program book for this concert.

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Parking

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