“The New World Revisited” will be broadcasted on WCLV on Wednesday, March 25th at 8PM

Despite canceling our March concert series due to the current health concerns of COVID-19, we were able to have our concert program, entitled “The New World Revisited,” professionally recorded. The airing of the performance can be heard on WCLV on Wednesday, March 25th at 8pm. Tune into FM channel 104.9 or https://wclv.ideastream.org/and stream the performance online.
John Clayton – HOME
Antonín Dvořák – Symphony No. 9 “From the New World”
We thank you for your continued support of CityMusic Cleveland!


March 12-14 Concerts Canceled

We are very sorry that we had to cancel our concerts that were scheduled for March 12-14. We are closely monitoring the public health situation, and will keep this site updated with decisions on future programming.

Following the March 11 report of the first case of community-spread COVID-19 in Ohio and the latest message and recommendations from Governor Mike DeWine and medical experts, CityMusic Cleveland has decided to cancel the upcoming concerts on March 13 and 14. The decision to cancel the March 12 concert was made earlier in the week by Case Western Reserve University.

This was unfortunate timing as we had the legendary John Clayton in town and had been preparing to present his new work, entitled “Home,” inspired by Dvořák’s New World Symphony. We were able to record our concert program and will make it available to our audiences in the near future.

Though we do not sell tickets for our concerts, we rely on audience donations to keep our programs running. We have put significant resources into our current project, and we hope that you will consider making a donation to CityMusic to help us defray our program costs.

Most importantly, we urge our audiences to remain vigilant in the face of the current public health crisis.



March 11-14

“New World Revisited” featuring John Clayton

May 7-10

“Beethoven in Jeans”






The Board of Trustees of CityMusic Cleveland is excited to announce the appointment of Music Director Amit Peled, effective with the 2019-2020 season. In 2019-20 the Israeli-American cellist, conductor, and pedagogue will conduct two five-concert series. Avner Dorman will continue to work with CityMusic in the position of Music Director Emeritus.

Amit conducting headshot

Of his appointment, Peled says, “I am deeply honored and excited to be named the next music director of CityMusic. Ever since my first encounter with the orchestra this past spring, I have felt that I found a musical home, a place where making music at the highest level meets the desire to share the art form with as many people as possible and ensuring that it is available to audiences free of charge. I look forward to continuing this special tradition and to enhance it even further. I can’t wait to meet as many people as possible from the community and of course to dive into the symphonic repertoire with my fellow musicians in the orchestra. Lastly, as a huge NBA fan, I’m excited to check out the Cavaliers games in between rehearsals and concerts!”

Read the full press release here

Cleveland.com Coverage

CityMusic Cleveland tunes up for the future while reflecting on 15th anniversary


Verdi Requiem – May 2, 2019



Read the Verdi review from Cleveland Classical 


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CityMusic Cleveland is a professional chamber orchestra that performs free concerts throughout Northeast Ohio,often accompanied by exhibits of local artwork.

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CityMusic Cleveland flourishes on first program with new director Amit Peled

October 22, 2019

Posted Oct 21, 2019 Cellist-conductor Amit Peled has begun his tenure as music director of CityMusic Cleveland. He conducted the group in a series of performances last week.   By Mark Satola | Special to The Plain Dealer   CLEVELAND, Ohio — In Amit Peled, CityMusic Cleveland has doubled its investment. Not only has it […]

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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)

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