Sphinx Virtuosi: Concerti per Venti
The New York Times calls them “first-rate in every way.” Now you can hear for yourself one of the most dynamic professional chamber orchestras to take the stage. Comprised of 18 of the nation’s top Black and Latino classical soloists, the Sphinx Virtuosi present a collection of concerti through the ages. From baroque to modern day, the program has something for every listener, showcasing tremendous variety in languages and styles, from baroque to contemporary.
- LOPEZ Guardian of the Horizon: Concerto Grosso for Violin, Cello and Strings
- ABELS Delights and Dances
- VIVALDI Concerto for Violin and Cello in B-flat Major
- BEETHOVEN Grosse Fugue
Please note: This concert has been moved to Kulas Hall at CIM, due to demand for seats. If you have a seating pass that shows the concert in Mixon Hall, it will be honored at the door.
Admission is free, but a reservation is required.
Presented by the Cleveland Institute of Music and The Cleveland Orchestra.
(Program updated 9.19.17. Location updated 9.26.17)
Cleveland Institute of Music
11021 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
Safety Protocols: Reservations (free seat passes or paid tickets) for all events are required. As conditions evolve, CIM's protocols for in-person concert attendance may be adjusted at any time; find the most current information on the Safety Measures page. Ticketholders will be sent an email with additional details before each of their scheduled performances.
Parking / Entrances: All patrons should enter through CIM's Hazel Drive entrance. CIM's parking lot is available for concertgoers; for details and parking rates, please visit cim.edu/parking.