Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Cleveland, OH, United States

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February 2018
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ClevelandThird Coast Percussion — Paddle to the Sea

Glass, Druckman
Third Coast Percussion

ClevelandMantra Percussion

Gordon: Timber
Mantra Percussion

ClevelandOberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble

Hellstenius, Ju, Saariaho
Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble; Peter Herresthal

ClevelandCIM Organ Studio

ClevelandWu Man with Huayin Shadow Puppet Band

Wu Man; Unknown

ClevelandTallis Scholars

des Prez, Guerrero, Pärt, Mouton, Lobo, Victoria, Tavener, Palestrina
Tallis Scholars
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A valedictory Mahler 9 opens the New Year in Cleveland

Music director Franz Welser-Möst returned to conduct a recent work of Johannes Maria Staud that fit remarkably well with Mahler’s final completed symphony.
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Mikko Franck scores a successful Cleveland debut

Mikko Franck’s Cleveland debut showed the conductor in fine form with a recent work of Julian Anderson, a Brahms symphony, and a Mozart piano concerto with Richard Goode.
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Bold Bruckner and a new Sciarrino concerto

Fabio Luisi led The Cleveland Orchestra in Bruckner’s mighty Fourth Symphony, prefaced by a recently composed piano concerto by Sciarrino with Jonathan Biss.
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Cleveland première for Paulus’ Grand Concerto

The Thanksgiving weekend concert conducted by Giancarlo Guerrero, also included a dramatic reading of Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony and Copland’s El Salón México.
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Sparkling Mozart in Cleveland

Nicholas McGegan led The Cleveland Orchestra in spirited performances of a Mozart symphony and concerto, the latter with Marc-André Hamelin, and the program was rounded off with suites of music by Rameau and Gluck.
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Chamber-like playing in Cleveland

One had the opportunity to see The Cleveland Orchestra function as a true chamber ensemble without conductor as a program of Vivaldi, Haydn and Mendelssohn was led by concertmaster William Preucil.
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