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Feature: Cleveland Orchestra — an interview with Stanislaw Skrowaczewski

by Daniel Hathaway

Note: Last Sunday, July 20, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski was scheduled to conduct The Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom. He cancelled due to illness late in the week and was replaced by the orchestra’s assistant conductor, Brett Mitchell. 1,075 more words


Sci-Fi Spectacular

Despite predictions of rain, Sunday evening was a beautiful time to catch the Cleveland Orchestra from the lawn at Blossom Music Center.

I was even more excited because the program was entitled “ 560 more words

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Review: Cleveland Orchestra Sci-Fi Spectacular at Blossom (July 13)

by Guytano Parks

Science Fiction proved to be a winning theme this past Sunday evening as throngs of avid and enthusiastic fans of the genre packed the Blossom Music Center pavilion and filled the lawn to hear The Cleveland Orchestra’s… 790 more words


Preview: Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom — a conversation with violinist Karen Gomyo

by Mike Telin

Classical music under the stars continues this weekend at Blossom Music Center when conductor Bramwell Tovey leads The Cleveland Orchestra in a performance that includes Bizet’s… 1,030 more words


make music part of your life series: Mozart - Symphony No. 35 in D, K. 385, "Haffner"

Mozart – Symphony No. 35 in D, K. 385,  “Haffner”

Symphony No. 35 in D major, K. 385, was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1782 and is also called the Haffner Symphony. 286 more words

Review: Graf and Hadelich replace van Zweden and Capuçon for Cleveland Orchestra Blossom opener (July 5)

by Daniel Hathaway

30-year-old German-Italian violinist Augustin Hadelich is developing a reputation for stepping in to save concerts at the last minute. In 2008, on less than a week’s notice, he replaced Julian Rachlin in Prokofiev’s second concerto with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl (an occasion when conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya was also an emergency substitute for the ailing Edo de Waart). 504 more words


LOCAL NEWS: Free Cleveland Orchestra At Blossom

July’s gift will be Cleveland Foundation Day with The Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom.

On July 20, up to 15,000 Northeast Ohioans will be able to enjoy The Cleveland Orchestra concert featuring the music of Weber, Mozart and Shostakovich while sitting on the Blossom Music Center lawn — for free. 148 more words