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The Hope that Unites Us: Stories from the Streets
Hear inspiring and challenging stories of what it’s like to be without a home in Cleveland, intertwined with string quartet music by Beethoven, Montgomery, Still, Bartok, and Walker. Admission is free!
A Performance and Discussion about Homelessness in Cleveland
Join us at the East Cleveland Public Library’s Greg L. Reese Performing Arts Center for a creative program intertwining string quartet music with the stories of people who have experienced homeless. Hear powerful music by Ludwig van Beethoven, Jessie Montgomery, J.S. Bach, William Grant Still, Bela Bartok, and George Walker while gaining insight into what it’s like to be without a home in Cleveland.
The performance will be
Admission is free. Monetary donations will be accepted to support the work of the Cosgrove Center and the production of future performances like this one. You are also invited to bring a donation of a personal hygiene item to further the work of the Cosgrove Center (lotion, vaseline, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, etc.)
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
4:00 post-performance discussion
14101 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland, OH 44112