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Performer: Franz Welser-Möst

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MunichFranz Welser-Möst and Igor Levit

Beethoven, Mozart
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Igor Levit

ClevelandIn Focus: Sonata & Serenade

Schubert, Mozart
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Dame Mitsuko Uchida

ClevelandIn Focus: Memory & Transformation

Shostakovich, Messiaen
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst
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The Cleveland Orchestra illuminates contrasts in Dvořák and Corigliano

Franz Welser-Möst conducts The Cleveland Orchestra in works by Dvořák and Corigliano, the latter featuring principal percussionist Marc Damoulakis.
***11
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From solo flute to thunderous pipe organ in Cleveland

TCO principal flute Joshua Smith stood out in seminal works for solo flute by Debussy and Takemitsu. Organist Paul Jacobs was a capable soloist in Poulenc’s concerto, while Franz Welser-Möst led imaginatively orchestrated segments of Prokofiev’s Visions fugitives.
***11
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Emotionally charged Shostakovich and Messiaen in Cleveland

The Cleveland Orchestra offered stark contrasts of feeling in Shostakovich’s bleak Chamber Symphony and the luminous closing movement of Messiaen’s Éclairs sur l’au-delà.
****1
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Shchedrin’s Carmen ballet played with phantasmagorical brilliance

The Cleveland Orchestra string and percussion sections intensify the multi-hued quirkiness of Shchedrin’s 1967 musical love letter to his ballerina wife.
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Emanuel Ax and The Cleveland Orchestra celebrate Haydn and Bartók

Music of Haydn and Bartók made for a brief but contrasting Cleveland Orchestra program, the former bringing back regular guest Emanuel Ax.
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Cleveland Orchestra continues to hit high marks in streaming series

Yefim Bronfman returned to Severance Hall for Schnittke’s intriguing Concerto for Piano and Strings, followed by a Beethoven quartet recast for string orchestra.
****1
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