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Bloch Party 

When: Thu., May 29 2014
The America-Israel Arts Foundation presents the Ariel Quartet in concert tonight at the Cleveland Institute of Music. The string quartet formed in Israel and relocated to the U.S. to further its work, garnering much critical acclaim. Tonight it’ll perform with guest pianist Tomer Gewirtzman. The concert will feature music by Bach and Beethoven. It will also include Robert Schumann’s seminal Piano Quintet in E flat major, Op.44. The Baal Shem suite for violin by CIM's first music director, Ernest Bloch, will be performed on the composer's own instrument. The concert starts at 7:30 in Mixon Hall, and tickets are $15. (Gonzalez)

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