Friday April 21 - Cleveland Orchestra
and Merwin’s Wharf
Founded in 1918 by a group of local citizens, the Cleveland Orchestra has become and remains one of the most sought after performing ensembles in the world. Since 1931, Severance Hall has been the orchestra’s winter home. Join us to listen to conductor Andrew Davis and cellist Mark Kosower perform Don Quixote.
The day will begin at 9:45 with coffee and muffins at the Hall, followed by an optional pre-concert talk.
Following the performance, we will go down to the riverfront & eat lunch while viewing beautiful downtown Cleveland at Merwin’s Wharf. Since it’s open 2014, Chef Nick Lanzo has brought his experience working at some of Cleveland’s top restaurants to create a down to earth vibe and a wonderful menu.
TIMES: Bus leaves at 9:00 AM, approximate return at 2:30 PM
COST: $45 per participant – includes transportation to Severance Hall, admission to the Cleveland Orchestra, transportation to Merwin’s Wharf, and transportation back to City Park.
NOTE: ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL get lunch on their own.
LIMIT: 24 participants