Award-winning Israeli musicians the Ariel String Quartet and pianist Tomer Gewirtzman come together for a night of Schumann, Beethoven, Bach and more.
Their concert in CIM’s Mixon Hall at 7:30pm on Thursday, May 29, will feature a special performance of “Baal Shem Suite,” which was composed by CIM’s first musical director Ernest Bloch and will be played on a violin once owned and played by the composer.
Part I - Ariel Quartet
Part II - Tomer Gewirtzman
Part III Schumann Quintet
(Ariel Quartet & Gewirtzman)
This event is presented by America-Israel Cultural Foundation, The Jewish Federation’s Cleveland Israel Arts Connection and the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Tickets are $15, and can be purchased online or by calling the Jewish Federation of Cleveland at 216.593.2900 ext. 740.