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

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February 2017
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ClevelandSchubert and Mahler

Schubert, Mahler
Cleveland Orchestra; Christoph von Dohnányi; Michelle DeYoung; Paul Groves

ClevelandMozart and Tchaikovsky

Mozart, Tchaikovsky
Cleveland Orchestra; Semyon Bychkov; Katia Labèque; Marielle Labèque

ClevelandDebussy's La Mer

Pintscher, Saint-Saëns, Schoenberg, Debussy
Cleveland Orchestra; Matthias Pintscher; Cédric Tiberghien

ClevelandAll American: Copland and Bernstein

Bernstein, Thomas, Copland
Cleveland Orchestra; Brett Mitchell; William Preucil

ClevelandBach's St John Passion

Bach: St John Passion, BWV245
Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Maximilian Schmitt; Andrew Foster-Williams; Lauren Snouffer; Iestyn Davies

ClevelandAll Stravinsky

Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Seraphic Fire; Cleveland Orchestra Chorus
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Welser-Möst majestic in Bruckner

Yefim Bronfman was the astonishing piano soloist for the Cleveland premiere of of Jörg Widmann's Trauermarsch. Franz Welser-Möst then led a transporting performance of Bruckner's Seventh Symphony.
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An intriguing match in Cleveland

This unusual program had the unlikely pairing of Schoenberg's Piano Concerto and Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, for which Kirill Gerstein was a brilliant soloist. 
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Francesco D'Orazio plays a masterful recital in Cleveland

D'Orazio proved in a program that included Berio's Sequenza VIII why he is a leading exponent of contemporary violin composition.
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Zweden brings freshness to Beethoven’s Fifth

Paired with the Britten’s early Sinfonia da Requiem, Beethoven’s “Fateful Fifth” sounded unexpectedly fresh. 
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Brilliant Prokofiev from the Cleveland Orchestra

In this all-Prokofiev concert James Ehnes was a refined, precise soloist in the Violin Concerto no. 1.
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Brilliant Bartók from Wang and Hrůša

The program also included Martinů’s undeservedly neglected Parables and restrained, lyrical Brahms.
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