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Review: Cleveland Orchestra with Herbert Blomstedt & Mark Kosower (April 17)

by Robert Rollin

Last Thursday evening, April 17, The Cleveland Orchestra under guest conductor Herbert Blomstedt’s masterful hand performed a stunningly beautiful concert of romantic music. 685 more words

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Review: Cleveland Orchestra with pianists Mitsuko Uchida (April 3) and Yuja Wang (April 11)

by Daniel Hathaway

Mitsuko Uchida is in the course of revisiting selected Mozart concertos after completing a whole cycle of those ravishing pieces with The Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall from 2002-2007. 713 more words

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Preview: Cleveland Orchestra — a conversation with pianist Imogen Cooper

by Mike Telin

British pianist Imogen Cooper and British conductor Jane Glover will both be making their Severance Hall and Cleveland Orchestra debuts this weekend. I reached Imogen Cooper in London to talk about Beethoven’s first piano concerto, a piece that I tell her still gives me goose bumps and puts me in a good mood every time I hear it. 1,018 more words

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Preview: Cleveland Orchestra’s Fridays @ 7 — after party to feature Brazilian Carnival music by Kenia

by Mike Telin

Brazilian vocal sensation Kenia wants to remind audiences of one thing about Friday’s Cleveland Orchestra Friday’s @ 7 post-concert: “Remember to bring your dancing shoes,” she exclaimed. 811 more words

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Review: Cleveland Orchestra — Schumann 2 and 4 with Christoph von Dohnányi (March 29)

by Daniel Hathaway

The latest Saturday night snow massacre did little to keep patrons away from music director laureate Christoph von Dohnányi’s return to Severance Hall on March 29 and his looked-strange-on-paper program of two Schumann symphonies with The Cleveland Orchestra. 434 more words

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“Great Day in Cleveland’ A Documentary

*Since the year 2000, Hall of Fame Productions Incorporated (HFP) has been preserving – through interviewing, photographing and videotaping – the history of the Cleveland, Ohio area’s African-American jazz performers and venues. 166 more words

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They're Human Too!

At this evening’s performance of two Schumann Symphonies, Christoph Von Dohnanyi, energetically leading the Cleveland Orchestra in Severance Hall, let his baton go. It flew far into the audience, its path a beautiful cork-and-painted wood arc. 23 more words