United States Vivaldi, Bach, Telemann: Johanna Novom, Adriane Post, Susanna Perry Gilmore, Carrie Krause, Alan Choo, Emi Tanabe (violins), René Schiffer, Rebecca Landell Reed (cellos), Jeffrey Strauss (baritone), Kathie Stewart (flute), Christine McBurnery (theatrical director), Apollo’s Fire / Jeannette Sorrell (conductor), First United Methodist Church, Akron, Ohio, 7.3.2019. (MSJ)
United States Debussy, Ravel, Stravinsky: Javier Perianes (piano) Cleveland Orchestra / François-Xavier Roth (conductor), Severance Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, 28.2.2019. (MSJ)
Cleveland Orchestra in 2019-2020
The Cleveland Orchestra and Music Director Franz Welser-Möst announced details of their 2019-2020 season, with 76 concerts over 26 weeks. One significant highlight includes a festival designed to explore music and art that was banned, marginalized, and destroyed during the Nazis’ Degenerate Art movement, and the continuing impact of censorship on creative expression in society today. The festival will center on Alban Berg’s Lulu, one of the 20th century’s most influential operas, and includes partner programming with area arts institutions.
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United States Beethoven, Mendelssohn: Cleveland Orchestra / Herbert Blomstedt (conductor), Severance Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, 21.2.2019. (MSJ)
United States Haydn, Busoni: Garrick Ohlsson (piano), Cleveland Orchestra / Alan Gilbert (conductor), Severance Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, 9.2.2019. (MSJ)
United States Biber: Adriane Post, Karina Schmitz, Johanna Novom, Carrie Krause (violins), Apollo’s Fire, First United Methodist Church, Akron, Ohio, 31.1.2019. (MSJ)
United States Handel: Lauren Snouffer (soprano), Tara Mumford (mezzo-soprano), Paul Appleby (tenor), Henry Waddington (bass-baritone), Cleveland Orchestra / Jane Glover (conductor), Severance Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, 6.12.2018. (MSJ)
United States Handel: Amanda Powell (soprano), Daniel Moody (countertenor), Ross Hauck (tenor), David McFerrin (baritone), Apollo’s Fire / Jeannette Sorrell (conductor), St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Akron, Ohio, 3.12.2018. (MSJ)