Plan Your Visit
About Severance Hall
Located in the heart of Cleveland’s University Circle neighborhood, along with the nearby Cleveland Museum of Art, historic Severance Hall is special to see. Take a daytime tour, then see how the hall comes alive for an evening Orchestra concert. Reserve tickets ahead (parking, too) for an easy visit. Dine at Severance Restaurant to complete your evening.
The Orchestra’s Blossom Festival summer-long music festival takes place at Blossom Music Center, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Go early, have a picnic, and enjoy a concert under the stars on the Lawn or inside under the Pavilion.
Discover more about
Cleveland Orchestra Miami
The Cleveland Orchestra's ground-breaking Miami residency, under the name Cleveland Orchestra Miami, welcomed over 10,000 people to the Adrienne Arsht Center for concert performances in early 2012. The new season in 2012-13 has expanded to four weeks, featuring music by Mahler and Beethoven, Berlioz and Shostakovich, with violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Garrick Ohlsson among the featured artists. View details.
Make Your Visit Extra Special
Before or after a concert at Severance Hall, extend your visit with a meal at the Severance Restaurant, operated by Cleveland’s own Sammy’s. When the weather permits, enjoy al fresco dining on the restaurant’s Boulevard Terrace.
Accessibility is a priority at Severance Hall. Wheelchair seating at a variety of prices is available on the Orchestra Level, the Box Level, in the Dress Circle and in the Reinberger Chamber Hall.
Groups are welcome for concerts and tours at Severance Hall and picnics and performances at Blossom.
And don't miss the opportunity while in the neighborhood to visit the Cleveland Museum of Art and other arts institutions in the University Circle area.