Jazz Concert at the Unitarian Church

On Sunday, February 3rd, we went to the Westshore Unitarian Universalist Church to attend a service about the history of jazz with an emphasis on how it was a significant cultural bridge. After the concert with the Cleveland Chinese Music Ensemble, it was a wonderfully musical day. Appropriately, at the top of the Order of Service, was a quotation from Ms. Mary Lou Williams, jazz pianist, which read, “anything that

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28th Annual Black Heritage Concert

On Sunday afternoon, January 27th, we drove to Kulas Hall in University Circle to attend the 28th Annual Black Heritage Concert presented by the Cleveland Institute of Music featuring the talents of ensembles from the Cleveland School of the Arts (CSA) whose mission is “to provide opportunities for Cleveland students to excel in both arts and academics within a culture of compassion, support, and high expectations.” During the course of

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Unified Voices-Songs for Social Justice

On Sunday, January 13th, we really enjoyed attending a concert titled Unified Voices-Songs for Social Justice at the Forest Hill Church on Monticello Blvd. in Cleveland Heights, which raised funds on behalf of HOLA Ohio through accepted donations of any amount from the concert-goers.  It was only fitting that this concert take place at this locale because “Friends of HOLA” often meets at the Forest Hill Church, which also provided sanctuary to

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