by Daniel Hathaway
At noon, Oberlin organ professor Christa Rakich will play music by J.S. Bach and her own compositions on the Tuesday Organ Plus series at the Church of the Covenant.
And this evening at 7:30, The King’s Singers, six alumni of the Choir of King’s College at Cambridge University, will sing a wide variety of music — from William Byrd to Walt Disney — on the Tuesday Musical Association series at Akron’s E.J. Thomas Hall (program available for downloading).
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The Cleveland Art Song Festival, which was founded by George Vassos at the Cleveland Institute of Music in 1985, moved to Baldwin Wallace for a decade, then returned to CIM in 2017, is to be discontinued after a Winter Festival that runs from December 9-11 at CIM. A valedictory recital on Sunday, December 10 at 5 pm will feature mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke, pianist Kirill Kuzmin, and guitarist Jason Vieaux. Click here for tickets and details.
Cellist Joshua Roman, who received his bachelors and masters degrees from CIM, presented a concert on December 3 in New York’s Carnegie Hall exploring the effects of Long COVID. [Read more…]