Thursday, August 30, 2007

Cleveland Chamber Symphony returns

The Cleveland Chamber Symphony, which focuses on modern classical music, has announced that its first concert of the new season will be held at 3 p.m. Oct. 7 at Gamble Auditorium at Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea (e.g. in the music building, in downtown Berea). This is serious mark-your-calendar stuff -- the performance is free, but the CCS is also very good and coming off a Grammy Award earlier this year.

The CCS web site promises that more details of the upcoming concert season will be announced soon.

I exchanged e-mails recently with a CCS insider who assures me that the orchestra is in good shape in its ongoing rebuilding, has received several grants, and expects to get more soon.

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