CLEVELAND — The world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra has unveiled the completion of the new Lotus Club Lounge in the Taplin Room at Severance Hall.
The hall, designed by local company Arhaus Furniture in the Flats, is open two hours before classical subscription series concerts and during intermission of shows throughout the entire season.
“Because of all the world-class music The Cleveland Orchestra is going to present, I’m extremely excited for the start of the 2019-20 season,” said Cleveland Orchestra chief brand officer Ross Binnie in a news release. “But I also can’t wait to share the new Lotus Club with our loyal guests. I believe we have created an elegant and modern space for visitors of Severance Hall. The Lotus Club has a very Cleveland feel — it will be a fun and convenient place in which patrons can mix and mingle before our concerts and during intermission.”
The lounge features private restrooms, televisions and a special entrance to Severance Hall along Euclid Avenue for its members. For concertgoers interested in having an additional taste of luxury, there are two levels of memberships for the Lotus Club.
The lounge will also include update to the restaurant menu, wine selection and merchandise.
Patrons with a subscription of four or more concerts who donate $600-$2,499 to the Annual Fund receive Platinum Membership cards and have unlimited access to the Lotus Club. Patrons with a subscription of four or more concerts donating $150-$599 receive Gold Membership cards which provides one-time access to the Lotus Club.
If interested in attending a show, concert packages and tickets are available both by phone at 216-231-1111 or online.