Prophets of Rage Bring Their Anger to the Republican Convention

The group, with members of Public Enemy, Rage Against the Machine and Cypress Hill, formed with the announcement “Dangerous times demand dangerous songs.”

The group, with members of Public Enemy, Rage Against the Machine and Cypress Hill, formed with the announcement “Dangerous times demand dangerous songs.”

Welser-Möst and the Cleveland Orchestra Head to Lincoln Center Festival

Known for his professional ups and downs, Franz Welser-Möst seems to have entered a rich and harmonious period as artistic director of the Cleveland Orchestra.


Known for his professional ups and downs, Franz Welser-Möst seems to have entered a rich and harmonious period as artistic director of the Cleveland Orchestra.


‘The Cunning Little Vixen’

The Cleveland Orchestra performs Janacek’s opera at Severance Hall in May 2014. Production directed by Yuval Sharon, with animation by Bill Barminski and Christopher Louie of Walter Robot Studios.


The Cleveland Orchestra performs Janacek’s opera at Severance Hall in May 2014. Production directed by Yuval Sharon, with animation by Bill Barminski and Christopher Louie of Walter Robot Studios.


Retirement Special Section: In Cleveland, Young and Old Keep Tempo of Life

At the Judson Manor residence for older people in Cleveland, music students get housing free in exchange for playing concerts for their neighbors. Both camps agree: It’s a steal.




At the Judson Manor residence for older people in Cleveland, music students get housing free in exchange for playing concerts for their neighbors. Both camps agree: It’s a steal.




ArtsBeat: Laying Down His Guns, Axl Rose Apologizes for Snubbing Rock Hall

Axl Rose, the mercurial Guns N’ Roses front man, said he didn’t “expect the overwhelmingly positive response” to his decision to sit out the induction ceremony at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and offered an apology “to Cleveland, Ohio for…

Axl Rose, the mercurial Guns N’ Roses front man, said he didn’t “expect the overwhelmingly positive response” to his decision to sit out the induction ceremony at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and offered an apology “to Cleveland, Ohio for not apologizing to them beforehand for not attending.”