Here’s an amazing array of classical music performances to choose from this week.
MAY 3 -WEDNESDAY
Trinity Cathedral’s free Bach Fest continues both in-person and online at noon, when Julie Andrijeski will play the G Major Violin Sonata and organist Todd Wilson will follow with the E-flat Trio Sonata (webcast available).
And at 7:30, Severance Music Center hosts pianist Maria João Pires in Reinberger Chamber Hall (Schubert & Debussy).
MAY 4 – THURSDAY
Cellist Alisa Weilerstein joins Franz Welser-Möst and The Cleveland Orchestra in Samuel Barber’s Concerto (repeated on Saturday at 8).
MAY 5 – FRIDAY
7:00 pm –Trobár Medieval presents The Mary Rose, music from the age of Henry VIII at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cleveland Heights, repeated on Saturday at 7:00 pm at The Hermit Club at Hofbräuhaus Cleveland.
7:30 pm – BlueWater Chamber Orchestra plays “Celtic Charisma,” featuring cellist Linda Atherton, Daniel Meyer, conducting, at Rocky River Presbyterian Church, repeated on Saturday at 7:30 at Plymouth Church, Shaker Hts.
8:00 pm – The Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra: Daniel Reith, conducting, featuring violinist Marina Ziegler in the Sibelius Violin Concerto at Severance Music Center
MAY 6 – SATURDAY
8:00 pm – No Exit, in an end of the season concert, will highlight some of the most beguiling new music from the ensemble’s 2022-2023 season at Valley Arts Center in Chagrin Falls.
MAY 7 – SUNDAY
3:30 pm – Heights Chamber Orchestra: Frank Wiley guest conducts the orchestra in Holst’s A Fugal Concerto with Marlene Saul Englander, flute & Susan Blackwell, oboe at St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Cleveland Heights.
4:00 pm – Arts Renaissance Tremont presents Jinjoo Cho, violin, with Hyun Soo, piano, in a Brahms & Tchaikovsky birthday celebration at St. Wendelin Church.
Visit the Clevelandclassical.com Concert Listings page for details including addresses of venues and information about even more concerts in Northeast Ohio.