Cleveland Museum of Art’s free City Stages concert series offers performances by acclaimed world music acts in a block party setting. The concerts, which take place in front of the Transformer Station, the museum’s sister contemporary art museum, were put on hold last year because of the pandemic. An abbreviated version of the program returns tonight with composer, arranger and trombonist Angel Melendez will lead the 10-piece 911 Mambo Orchestra in original arrangements of old-school salsa. The Transformer Station will remain open until 9 p.m. during City Stages. It's currently showing New Histories, News Futures, an exhibition that showcases work by three contemporary Black artists — Johnny Coleman, Antwoine Washington and Kambui Olujimi — who engage both historical events and current discourse in their artwork. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.