The home of the world renowned Cleveland Orchestra! Come hear one of the best orchestra's in an acoustically unique music hall. Programs year round.
Home of the world renowned Cleveland Orchestra. Exquisite Classical Concert Hall. A Cleveland Jewel!
DescriptionSeverance Hall is a concert hall in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. Opened in 1931, it was built as and has remained the home venue of the Cleveland Orchestra.
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