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Adams and Mahler

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CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA

The Cleveland Orchestra
Jakub Hrůša, conductor
Joélle Harvey, soprano
Cleveland Orchestra Chorus
and with
members of the
Cleveland Orchestra Youth Chorus
members of the Cleveland Orchestra Children’s Chorus

Concert Details

Written to memorialize and eulogize, to remember and commemorate the lives lost on 9/11, John Adams describes his Pulitzer Prize-winning work as a soundtrack “sewn together.”  The text — some sung, some spoken — is composed of words desperately scribbled on posters near Ground Zero, as families searched for and ultimately mourned their loved ones. Mahler’s Fourth Symphony paints an uplifting picture of earthly afterlife, a child’s vison of heaven as a place filled with earthly delights and tuneful melodies.

At a Glance
ADAMS - On the Transmigration of Souls 
MAHLER - Symphony No. 4

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Pre-Cocnert Talks

Free Concert Preview:
"Visions of Death and Life"
with guest speaker Bryan Gilliam,
    Duke University

Location:
Concert Hall at Severance Hall

Concert Previews are free to all ticketholders.  Previews are held prior to every Cleveland Orchestra subscription concert, beginning 1 hour before the performance.  This series is funded by a generous endowment gift from Dorothy Humel Hovorka.

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Program Books

   
Information and 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 (see links below).

On-Line FlipBook
Check back here to read the program book for these concerts as an online flipbook, best viewed on a desktop or tablet computer.  (2019-20 Weeks 6-7; to be published on November 6.)

Mobile-Friendly ExpressBook (www.ExpressProgramBook.com)
Or click or tap here to read about the concert on your phone with our mobile-friendly ExpressBook, available the week of the concert.

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Food & Drink

From the elegant Severance Restaurant to our varied concessions and stylish Opus Lounge, Severance Hall can effortlessly transform your concert experience into an evening with The Cleveland Orchestra.

For our current menus and information on our various offerings, visit our Dining section.

To make a reservation at Severance Restaurant,
please call 216-231-7373 anytime, or reserve online:

Reserve Your Table

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Parking

There are a number of parking options around Severance Hall, the most convenient one being Case Western Reserve University's Campus Center Garage (entrance off East Blvd.).

Pre-Paid Parking (Campus Center Garage)
Parking passes can be purchased in advance during the online ticketing process, through most concert pages (see under "Buy Tickets," above, for availability), or by calling the Ticket Office (216-231-1111). Availability is limited, and parking passes are only valid for specific dates and concerts.

For additional parking options in the University Circle area surrounding Severance Hall,  view this printable map.

For more parking tips and information, see our section on Directions & Parking.

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