Music For Healing, Community, Dialogue

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Classical Revolution Cleveland says
The great Shinichi Suzuki once said, "Perhaps it is music that will save the world."

Indeed, it's been a rough week for just about everyone in our country, no matter which side you took on election day, and Classical Revolution Cleveland's upcoming show at the Happy Dog marks one week since that historic night. As such, our show this Tuesday will be dedicated to themes of community, collaboration, and especially dialogue.

How, might you ask?

Rather than a prearranged line-up of players and a well-polished set list, we'll be reading quartets on the spot and choosing music that sets the tone for a united community of musicians and citizens. Midway through the night we'll feature a montage of players for a reading of Terry Riley's "In C," as well as a fitting tribute to the late Leonard Cohen.

Join us from 8-10pm on Tuesday, November 15, for more than music: join for a chance to experience the joy of collaboration and community, not inspite of, but BECAUSE of diversity.
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By: Classical Revolution Cleveland

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