Free Concerts


ALL CONCERTS
6:30 pm — 8:00 pm
Beachwood Community Center
25325 Fairmount Blvd, Beachwood, OH 44122
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  Children welcome.


Thursday, June 14
“Variations on a Theme”

Violist Melody Teoh and pianist Megan-Geoffrey Prins perform a collection of timeless and notable variations featuring the music of Mozart, Brahms and more.

Thursday, June 21
“Of Mountains and Rivers”
North Coast Winds featuring Madeline Lucas Tolliver, flute, Mary Kausek, oboe, Benjamin Chen, clarinet, Arleigh Savage, bassoon and Emily Shelley (CIPC ArtsConnect Coordinator), horn.

Join the North Coast Winds for a program inspired by the magnificent beauty and power of nature with music by Cleveland native Eric Ewazen, Carl Nielsen and more.

Thursday, June 28
“By Her”
OPUS 216 featuring Ariel Karas Clayton, violin, Erica Snowden, cello and Emily Grabinski, piano.

OPUS 216 presents a program of music featuring both prominent and lesser-known female composers across multiple genres and nationalities. Violinist Ariel Clayton Karas, cellist Erica Snowden, and pianist Emily Grabinski will perform music by Clara Schumann, Consuelo Velasquez, Amy Beach, Edith Piaf, and others.

Thursday, July 5
“Hooray for Hollywood!”

Join soprano Crystal E. Carlson (CIPC Director of Operations) and pianist Benjamin Malkevitch for an evening of music from the “Golden Age” of Hollywood.

Thursday, July 12
“A Jazz Tribute to the Beatles”
Marshall Griffith, piano, Linda White, flute, Dean Newton, bass and Brian Sweigart, percussion.

A Jazz Tribute to The Beatles with the Marshall Griffith Quartet. Come and enjoy some jazzy versions of favorites by the Fab Four.

Thursday, July 19
“An Evening of Romance”

Violinist Aika Ito and pianist Natsumi Shibagaki perform some of Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Schumann’s most romantic music.

Thursday, July 26
“Bel canto to Broadway: Stories of Love, Loss, and Laughter”
Hannah Flowers, soprano and Amy Tan, piano

Join us for an afternoon of storytelling featuring tales of devotion, tragedy, and the absurd.  In this performance, classical characters meet their contemporary musical theater counterparts, reminding us that the relationships of humanity are timeless!