The most ambitious showing of Cleveland masterworks in nearly thirty years, this exhibition will spotlight the achievement of Cleveland’s most remarkable artists from this period, some internationally famous, some still relatively unknown. Today's opening reception will feature a concert with Cleveland Orchestra members Isabel Trautwein (CAP 2012), Alicia Koelz and Katherine Bormann (violins), Tanya Ell (cello), and Robert Woolfrey (Clarinet), Eric Wong (viola, Cavani Quartet) and Yann Chemali (cello).Following the concert curator and art historian Henry Adams will give a special introduction to the Exhibition which runs through April 4. Tickets are required for the concert only. Light refreshments will be served. The Hay-McKinney Mansion, which will be decorated for the holidays, will be open for self guided tours throughout the afternoon.