Music at Main Podcasts

Welcome to the Cleveland Public Library’s Music at Main digital archives. For more information on the Fine Arts Department’s Music at Main programs, please call 216.623.2848 or email finearts@cpl.org to join the mailing list.


Cleveland Chinese Music Ensemble

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“A Celebration of Spring”

May 12, 2012 program


Trio Abelia

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Performing music for oboe, French horn and piano.

February 9, 2012 program


Almeda Trio

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Performing music of Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich.

January 21, 2012 program


Kyōdai Brass

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Performing music of Witold LutosławskiJ.S. Bach, and Victor Ewald.

December 17, 2011 program


FiveOne Experimental Orchestra

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October 22, 2011 program


Holy Grove Missionary Baptist Church Choir

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February 26, 2011 program


New Instrumental Works by H. Leslie Adams

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Includes “Poem of Love” for bassoon and piano, “Romance in D Flat” for English Horn and Piano, and movements from theTrio for Clarinet, Violin and Piano (a work in progress).


February 19, 2011 program


Sugata Chatterjee, Hindustani Classical Vocalist

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Performing in celebration of Diwali.

November 6, 2010 program


Joshua Rzepka, trumpet and David Thomas, piano

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Performing original compositions as well as jazz standards from Miles DavisDuke EllingtonAntonio Carlos Jobim and more.

October 2, 2010 program


J. Blues

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Performing the music of John Lee HookerLightnin’ Hopkins,Elmore JamesHound Dog TaylorRobert Johnson and Ry Cooder.

September 18, 2010 program


The Neo-Tessares Saxophone Quartet

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featuring the music of Gibbons, Grieg, and Perrine

August 7, 2010 program


Chelsea Coyne, mezzo soprano and Oksana Vignan, piano

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Opera 2 Broadway

Featuring the music of Rossini, Offenbach, Bizet, Puccini, Gershwin, Arlen/Harburg, Rodgers/Hammerstein, Schönberg, Brown, and Tesori

June 19, 2010 program


George Foley, pianist and singer

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Featuring the music of Fats Waller, Tad Dameron, Duke Ellington, Henry Mancini, & George Foley

April 17, 2010 program


Sara Wolfe, cello

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Featuring the music of Bach, Crumb, & Shostakovich

March 20, 2010 program


Carol Dieball, marimba

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Featuring the music of Peters, Bach, Abe, Glennie, Bobo & Schmitt

January 23, 2010 program


Ensemble Lautenkonzert

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“Music in Dresden, c.1730”
Featuring the music of Heinichen, Hasse, and Weiss

December 5, 2009 program


Oberlin Bassoon Quartet

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Featuring the music of Boismortier, Dubios, J.S. Bach, Tony Bruno and Peter Schickele

October 31, 2009 program


Kent Shindig All-Stars

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Some of the finest traditional musicians in northeast Ohio performing old-time music

August 8, 2009 program, part 1

August 8, 2009 program, part 2


Cleveland Clinic Concert Band

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Patriotic tunes and American standards including The Star Spangled BannerGeorgia on my Mind, and God Bless America

July 3, 2009 program


Jim and Sylvia Kalal, guitars

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“Mediterranean Ports of Call” with music from Spain, France, Italy, and Greece

June 20, 2009 program


Javier González, piano and Gabriela Martínez, soprano

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Piano and vocal music from Spain and Latin America

March 7, 2009 program


Jerome Saunders Trio

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Performing a spontaneously called set with selections from the American song book and jazz standards

January 17, 2009 program


Nathan Carterette, piano

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J.S. Bach’s Goldberg Variations

November 8, 2008 program


Nancy Redd and Sounds of Jazz

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A program that includes “What a Difference a Day Makes,” “Summertime,” “My Funny Valentine,” “Misty,” and many more

September 6, 2008 program


Avanti Musicali

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Music of Antonín Dvorák: Waltzes Op. 54 No. 4 and No. 1 and String Quintet in G major, Op. 77

August 9, 2008 program


Michael Dalby and PJ Woolston, bassoons with Anne Dalby, piano

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Works for bassoon and piano including Vanhal’s “Concerto for 2 Bassoons in F Major”

May 24, 2008 program


Benjamin Kunkel and Jonathan Godfrey, guitars

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Program features solo guitar works by Scarlatti, Sor, Villa-Lobos, Torroba, Mangoré, and Brindle

April 5, 2008 program