July 30th, 2018
For nearly fifteen years, CityMusic Cleveland has enriched the cultural life of Northeast Ohio. Our mission is to present first-rate classical music concerts to new audiences in underserved communities by removing the twin barriers of high ticket prices and intimidating venues. In addition, we aim to bring awareness to societal issues, through concert programming, that impact our community, for example, the plight of refugees, child homelessness and cultural acceptance.
In the spirit of our socially-focused mission, we believe that our orchestra should reflect the communities in which we serve. To that end, CityMusic Cleveland announces our inaugural Diversity Fellowship for the 2018-19 season. Our goal is to encourage greater racial and cultural diversity and celebrate the contributions and achievements of underrepresented African-American, Latino American and Native American artists in the orchestral field.
2018-19 Fellowship Available: 1 Violin or 1 Viola
Application Deadline: Friday, 8/31/2018
To learn more, visit: https://goo.gl/11ifBo
To apply, visit: https://goo.gl/cvb1Ta
CityMusic Cleveland is a professional chamber orchestra that performs free concerts throughout Northeast Ohio,often accompanied by exhibits of local artwork.
Since exploding onto the scene in 2004, CityMusic Cleveland has won cheering audiences with beautiful music, brilliantly performed in familiar neighborhood settings.
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Download article as PDF by David Kulma The towering Trinity mosaic behind the altar at Collinwood’s St. Jerome Church was an apt image to frame CityMusic Cleveland’s 15th season opener on Wednesday, October 24. Featuring violinist Tessa Lark and cellist Edward Arron, this peripatetic orchestra led by music director Avner Dorman elivened this holy space […]
With generous support from the Cleveland Foundation, CityMusic Cleveland has embarked on a mission to enhance our digital footprint to more fully engage with our local communities, especially younger audiences. Our social media consultant has documented the strategy so far as a resource for other non-profits who may struggle to find the resources to devote to digital media. (link to social media resource page)