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

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Severance Hall
October 2017
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ClevelandMozart, Prokofiev

Mozart, Prokofiev
Martha Argerich; Sergei Babayan

ClevelandEnigma & Emanuel Ax

Elgar, Beethoven
The Cleveland Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy; Emanuel Ax

ClevelandMendelssohn's Scottish

Vivaldi, Haydn, Mendelssohn
The Cleveland Orchestra; William Preucil

ClevelandHamelin plays Mozart

Rameau, Mozart, Gluck
The Cleveland Orchestra; Nicholas McGegan; Marc-André Hamelin

ClevelandTchaikovsky's Fourth

Copland, Paulus, Tchaikovsky
The Cleveland Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero; Paul Jacobs

ClevelandBruckner's Romantic Symphony

Sciarrino, Bruckner
The Cleveland Orchestra; Fabio Luisi; Jonathan Biss
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An Italian journey for Cleveland Orchestra gala

For The Cleveland Orchestra’s gala concert, music director Franz Welser-Möst offered a crowd-pleasing program of works inspired by Italy.
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A turbulent Mahler 6 from Franz Welser-Möst and The Cleveland Orchestra

Conductor and virtuoso orchestra never lingered, and the audience was riveted by this taut performance.
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A ferocious Rite of Spring season opener in Cleveland

The Cleveland Orchestra’s 100th anniversary season officially opened with a stunning program that also featured Franz Welser-Möst’s own transcription of Beethoven’s Op.132 string quartet.
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Cleveland Orchestra opens 100th season with a stunning Cunning Little Vixen

The Cleveland Orchestra’s centennial season was off to an auspicious start with an encore presentation of Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen.
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A French feast from Fabien Gabel at Blossom

Juho Pohjonen tackles the Prokofiev First Piano Concerto with real aplomb, but big thrills also come from a "French trio" of compositions by Debussy, Ravel and Florent Schmitt.
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In Cleveland, a joyous Mozart Requiem

Baroque specialist Patrick Dupré Quigley shows impressive mastery of a large, modern ensemble in a smart performance of a period masterpiece.
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