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Facing Destiny and Mortality 

When: Sat., April 9 2016
Facing Destiny and Mortality, the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center’s annual benefit concert, will feature Franklin Cohen, Principal Clarinet Emeritus of the Cleveland Orchestra and co-founder of ChamberFest Cleveland, and Rafael Skorka, an accomplished pianist. The two will perform several of the last works by famed composers such as Mozart and Schubert. The selected pieces were written to take patrons “on a musical journey that explores this creative expression of destiny and mortality.” Cohen has an impressive resume: he’s the longest-service principal clarinet in orchestra history. The event takes place tonight at 6 at the Near West Theatre. All proceeds benefit the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center and will support the Center in providing mental health services and programming to our Northeast Ohio community. Tickets are $60 for the concert, $75 for the concert and the reception. (Niesel)


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