Les Délices presents: CONVERSATIONS GALANTES rarely-heard instrumental gems from the salons of 1750s Paris
Featuring: Debra Nagy, oboe; Julie Andrijeski & Scott Metcalfe, violin; Emily Walhout, viola da gamba; Michael Sponseller, harpsichord.
CONCERT REVIEW (2/1/14)
Les Délicesexplores rarely-heard instrumental gems from the salons of 1750s Paris. Works by Guillemain, Leclair, François-André Philidor, and Rameau.
"Nagy and friends never have trouble keeping an audience mesmerized, a testament to the freshness of repertoire, insight and joie de vivre that pervade the ensemble's contributions to the region's musical life." – Plain Dealer
May 28, 2013
The Myers' House Salute: Cleveland School Art, 1910 - 1969
On Tuesday, May 28th, 2013 from 11:00pm to 5:00pm The Shaker Historical Society (SHS), 16740 South Park Blvd. hosts an exhibition presented by Tregoning and Company, a celebrated Cleveland fine arts gallery, that will pay tribute to the Louis and Blanche Myers house built in 1910 and bequeathed to the SHS in 1969. Tregoning will exhibit art works from the renowned Cleveland School using paintings that tell stories about each decade or period in Cleveland’s history from 1910-1969. The exhibit runs from Tuesday, May 28th to Sunday, September 1, 2013.
On Friday, June 7th 2013 at 7:00 pm, Bill Tregoning will be speaking about the significant works of Cleveland School Art and more recent Cleveland Artists from each decade of the Myers’ House. This exhibition is a modest overview of artwork that very possibly could have been owned by the Myers family and installed in this beautiful house.
The Northern Ohio Art Dealers Association will hold its ARTExpo 2013 the weekend of May 10, 11 and 12 at the Transformer Station, 1460 West 29th St., Cleveland.
Ten of Ohio’s foremost art dealers* will exhibit some of the best works from their galleries, including a cross section of historic, regional, international, modern and contemporary, paintings, drawings, original prints, photography, fiber art and sculpture. All works will be available for purchase and will appeal to a broad range of tastes from established collectors to those purchasing a work of art for the first time.
All of the participating galleries and dealers have placed art with major museums, private and corporate collections and most offer extensive knowledge of all aspects of collecting art, including conservation, framing, appraisals and installation for both private and corporate clients. ARTExpo 2013 offers a unique opportunity for patrons to view, consider and purchase fine works of art from among Ohio’s most respected dealers. This is the only expo of its kind in the region and the only place where such a diversified offering can be found all in one place at one time.
Asked about the choice of the Transformer Station as the venue for NOADA ARTExpo 2013, Bill Tregoning, Expo 2013 Chairman and owner of Tregoning & Company responded, "The choice was an easy one. It is the newest and perhaps the most intriguing fine arts venue in Northern Ohio. It will provide both our exhibitors and patrons unique opportunities to view, consider and purchase works of fine art from some of the nation's most reputable dealers, located in Northern Ohio. I think our patrons will be delighted with the quality, value and diversity of the artworks that will be presented here."
*Participating dealers are 1point 618 Gallery, Bonfoey Gallery, William Busta Gallery, Thomas French Fine Art, Harris Stanton Gallery, Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery, Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Carl Solway Gallery, Tregoning & Company, and Verne Gallery.
April 13, 2013
Tregoning & Company presents a Panel Discussion with 4 Cleveland photographers who discuss the use of Alternative Processes in creating Contemporary Photography.
On Saturday afternoon April 13th 2013, between 2 and 4p, Akron Art Museum Collections Manager Arnold Tunstall will moderate a panel discussion comprised of Donald Black, Jr., Gabriel Gonzalez, Greg Martin, and Jeannette Palsa. They will speak about their perspectives as artists employing older techniques and equipment to create their art. The exhibition’s Curator, Christopher Pekoc, will also join the panel.
The Discussion will be offered to the general public as a free event. The event will be staged in the North Gallery of Tregoning & Company, 1300 West 78th Street, Cleveland, OH 44102. Wine and refreshments will be served.
78th Street Studios - Third Friday Art Walks featured on WKYC 3
CLEVELAND -- The building is a former automotive factory and once was the American Greetings headquarters. Now the 78th Street Studios is the largest fine art complex of it's kind in Northeast Ohio and it's drawing artists and crowds to the Gordon Square art district every month.
Although the building takes up the majority of a city block, it still feels like a hidden gem. Inside, 47 creative businesses occupy different creative spaces on three floors.