CCMS presents William Caballero, horn, Rodrigo Ojeda, piano, with Cynthia DeAlmeida, oboe
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Principal members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra play a program of horn, piano, and oboe pieces for the Cleveland Chamber Music Society on April 30 at Forest Hill Church in Cleveland Heights.
CCMS concludes its 69th season on April 30, 2019 with a performance of horn, piano, and oboe music played by principal musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. William Caballero (horn), Rodrigo Ojeda (piano), and Cynthia DeAlmeida (oboe) perform a program that includes Eugène Bozza’s En Forêt considered by many to be the most difficult piece ever written for the horn with its bounding intervals, rapid-fire lip trills, sonorous glissandos, and intricate hand-stopping techniques,View more
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone (216-291-2777), or at the door on concert night (after 6PM).
Seniors (62+): $28
Full time students and children (age 18 and under): $5
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All tickets are general admission seating.
Tickets purchased by phone or online before April 25, 2019 will be mailed. Tickets purchased after that date will be held for pickup at the door on concert night beginning at 6PM.
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
Pre-concert lecture: 6:30 PM on April 30, with Daniel Hathaway, founder of ClevelandClassical.com
Post-concert reception: immediately follows the concert. Enjoy refreshments and a meet-and-greet with the artists. Free and open to all audience members.
3031 Monticello Boulevard, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
From the Forest Hill Church Presbyterian website: “With a building constructed on many different levels, we were challenged to make the entire building accessible to all. With planning and generousView more
From the Forest Hill Church Presbyterian website: “With a building constructed on many different levels, we were challenged to make the entire building accessible to all. With planning and generous contributions, the building is technically fully accessible. Is it perfect? No, but we’re working on the next phase. If you’re challenged in any way, please let us know how we can help.”View less