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ClevelandAmadeus Live

Various: Amadeus
The Cleveland Orchestra; Richard Kaufman

ClevelandTrifonov plays Brahms

Brahms, Prokofiev
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Daniil Trifonov

ClevelandTchaikovsky's Second Symphony

Mozart, Staud, Chaikovskiï
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Christoph Sietzen

ClevelandMahler's Song of the Night

The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Sir Simon Keenlyside

ClevelandHannigan conducts Strauss

Haydn, Vivier, Ligeti, Strauss R.
The Cleveland Orchestra; Barbara Hannigan; Aphrodite Patoulidou

ClevelandHannigan conducts Strauss

Haydn, Ligeti, Strauss R.
The Cleveland Orchestra; Barbara Hannigan; Aphrodite Patoulidou
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Weilerstein’s bracing Barber highlights varied Cleveland program

Alisa Weilerstein is a powerful soloist with The Cleveland Orchestra in Barber’s Cello Concerto, while a new work by Allison Loggins-Hull and a rarely-heard Prokofiev symphony are intriguing but less convincing.

Maria João Pires exudes elegance and grace in Cleveland recital

The semi-retired pianist offered a generous program of Schubert and Debussy that showcased her technical prowess and interpretive gifts.

Master Mahlerian: Michael Tilson Thomas and The Cleveland Orchestra

Michael Tilson Thomas couples Mahler and Debussy at The Cleveland Orchestra, close contemporaries but worlds apart stylistically. Leif Ove Andsnes illuminates the latter’s sole work for piano and orchestra.

Thomas Adès and The Cleveland Orchestra conjure tempests old and new

Having often been featured as a composer on Cleveland Orchestra programs, Thomas Adès makes his podium debut with the orchestra, leading his own music coupled with analogous works of Sibelius.

Welser-Möst and Cleveland Orchestra serve hearty Austro-German program

Franz Welser-Möst leads The Cleveland Orchestra in three stylistically distinct works, all of which put to test the orchestra’s new concertmaster, David Radzynski.

A Mahler 5 to remember from Klaus Mäkelä and The Cleveland Orchestra

Klaus Mäkelä returns to Cleveland for a program of extremes in contrast and character: Mahler’s Fifth Symphony and a concerto for orchestra by Unsuk Chin.