Tri-C Performing Arts
Tri-C Performing Arts is an invigorating mix of events taking place at various Tri-C campuses and venues in the city that make it convenient for you to attend no matter where you live. The season is made up of four presentations - Performing Arts Series, Classical Piano Series, Theatre Program and Art Galleries - and the entire season usually kicks off in the fall. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering a limited amount of in-person and virtual events.
Our 2022 Classical Piano Series, presented free at 2 p.m. on Sundays at the Cleveland Museum of Art, kicks off with pianist Bryan Wallick on March 27. The series celebrates its 15th anniversary of showcasing emerging and established pianists from all over the world.
In addition to the dance performances, we are presenting Chris Coles' Nine Lives Project, The Jazz Gallery All-Stars, Worlds Allied, Goldings/Bernstein/Stewart Organ Trio, and special screening of the movie Soul featuring a musical performance by the Tri-C JazzFest Academy and interview with writer/director Pete Docter.
The Tri-C Theatre Program is always a great introduction to the world of theater, from new works to Broadway shows, priced so that you can take the whole family. And the College's Art Galleries at the Eastern and Western campuses showcase inspiring and provocative work all year. Unfortunately due to the pandemic, both of these season offerings are on hold.
Learn more below about the 2021-22 season offerings!