BlueWater Chamber Orchestra
Daniel Meyer | Artistic Director and Conductor
Immerse yourself in an exquisite musical experience
Come on a journey with us. Escape the routine and enter a place where your mind and heart can travel into the recesses of new possibilities. Dip your toe into the refreshing oasis of chamber music performed with verve by the ensemble that deserves your rapt attention. It’s time to experience the invigorating respite of BlueWater.
BlueWater Chamber Orchestra 10th Anniversary
MATCHING GRANT DOUBLES YOUR GIFT!
A generous donor has provided a $10,000 matching grant to ignite our end-of-year fundraising.
That means every dollar you donate between now and December 31, will be doubled, up to $10,000. It’s an incredible way to supercharge your philanthropic contributions this year.
Our appreciation for your loyal support cannot be overstated. Without you, BlueWater is unable to bring Greater Cleveland the dynamic musical experiences we’ve become known for. And we have big things in store for 2020 — with Daniel Meyer at the helm, an exciting new era of creativity has begun.
A CLASSICAL FEAST
Saturday, February 1, 2020
Plymouth Church UCC
Saint-Georges: Symphonie Concertante in G Major, Op. 13
Beethoven: “Ah, Perfido!”
Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in g minor
The 18th century comes to life with renowned works by the two most eminent composers of the era. Soprano Laura Pedersen returns to sing Beethoven’s dramatic concert aria, while the orchestra performs Mozart’s penultimate symphony. The concert begins with a work for two violins by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. Known as “the black Mozart,” he was every bit as famous in that epoch, acclaimed for his excellence with both the fiddle and the sword.
WITH HEAVEN AND EARTH
Saturday, May 2, 2020
First Baptist Church
Tann: With the Heather and Small Birds
Walker: The Golden Harp
McDowall: The Presence
Women composers abound in this collaborative performance with Cleveland Chamber Choir and Director Scott MacPherson. Tann, Walker and McDowall are each known for the energy and beauty of their compositions. This concert features both MacPherson and Meyer on the podium with works for orchestra alone and choir alone, culminating in a combined ensemble exploring the ethereal harmonies of the famous Requiem by Fauré.
BlueWater Chamber Orchestra is committed to expanding the boundaries of what a chamber orchestra can be.
Under the leadership of Artistic Director Daniel Meyer we’re beginning a new era of lively creative performance and educational experiences. Reaching out to listeners via neighborhood-based programs that bring classical music directly to their doors, we perform at various venues across the region.
Committed to welcoming new audiences while serving established chamber music aficionados, BlueWater celebrates the luminous world of inspiring chamber orchestra music.