2021-22 Severance Hall Season A new season,
A new beginning
The Cleveland Orchestra welcomes you back to Severance Hall this fall for an exciting new season of in-person concerts.
- *Proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test is required for guests attending concerts at Severance Hall this season. Please see our Health & Safety guidelines below to learn more.
The Cleveland Orchestra performs together again, onstage at Severance Hall for the first time since March 2020, presenting a special concert filled with sonority and meaning.Tickets & Details
Walker and Korngold
Franz Welser-Möst leads an evening of discovery in works penned by two American legends.Tickets & Details
Kanneh-Mason Plays Elgar
One of the most gifted young artists onstage today, cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason catapulted to international fame with his performance at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.Tickets & Details
Tchaikovsky's Winter Dreams
The charming melodies and vivid orchestration of Tchaikovsky's First Symphony burst forth in his unmistakable style.Tickets & Details
Popular sister piano duo returns to perform work by American composer and guitarist Bryce Dessner, who has won Grammy Awards both as a classical composer and with his band The National.Tickets & Details
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Health & Safety at Severance Hall
The Cleveland Orchestra is committed to creating a safe and comfortable environment for its musicians, guests, audiences, staff, and volunteers.
These requirements were developed in consultation with the Cleveland Clinic in response to the rise in the number of Covid-19 cases due to the highly contagious Delta variant. Guests who are unable to provide verification of vaccination or choose not provide a negative Covid-19 PCR test may request a full refund of their purchase.
Anyone feeling ill or experiencing symptoms related to a cold or infectious disease is asked to stay home.Learn More
Proof of Vaccination or Negative PCR Test
Proof of vaccination or negative PCR test result (completed within 72 hours prior to entering) must be presented every time when entering Severance Hall. Proof of vaccination can be presented through one of the following methods:
- Touchless verification using the CLEAR mobile app.
- Showing original vaccination card or a photograph of it on a cellphone, along with a valid driver’s license or other government-issued photo ID.
Face Mask Requirement
Every guest, regardless of vaccination status, is required to wear a face covering at all times and in all areas of Severance Hall, including while seated during the performance. Patrons arriving without appropriate face coverings will be provided a disposable face mask upon entry to Severance Hall.
Children Under the Age of 12
Children under 12 who cannot be vaccinated must provide a proof of a negative PCR test that has been completed within 72 hours of performance date and wear a mask at all times at concerts and events at Severance Hall.
Ticket Wallet App Paperless Tickets
After purchasing tickets, guests are encouraged to access the free Cleveland Orchestra Ticket Wallet app to gain instant, secure, and paperless access to their reserved concert tickets.
We are continuing to meet HV/AC air filtration and circulation system requirements, implement enhanced cleaning procedures, and provide hand sanitizer throughout the venue.