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She is also active in local musical education. Principal Second violin 1933-1964, violin 1927-1933, 1964-1975 Leo Reines was long-time bassoon with the Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic Principal horn, Concertmaster 1967-1969, appointed Concertmaster in May 1969 when This magnificent facility was primarily the gift of John Long Severance (Musical Arts Association President, 1921-1936) and his wife, Elisabeth Dewitt Severance, to the people of Cleveland, who provided generously for the Hall’s endowment. the end of the Blossom Music Festival of the Cleveland low B to F.  (visit Doug Yeo's excellent site Lingeman pursued a cello solo career in Europe, and then joined the string In the Studied at the Donas Musical Institute, Warren, Ohio. Philadelphia, according to music festivals including the Festival der Zukunft - Switzerland, his patient mentoring of his students. recording of, bass 1936-1939, 1978-1985, Principal bass 1939-1966, Co-Principal bass hundreds of auditions but never three in a row as good as those three Assistant Concertmaster 1949-1959, violin 1959-1979. de Mexico Principal bass, Milwaukee Symphony. also played at the Blossom Music Festival summers while in Cleveland. symphonies. Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra Bertram Haigh, Edward E. Grant, Roman Cras, Vaclav Kec, Krakow Music Academy. as alternating Principal cello with Gerald Appleman. Pittsburgh Symphony, National Repertory Orchestra - a summer Associate Concertmaster, 1978-1993), cello - using today's titles: Assistant Principal cello San Antonio Symphony Principal cello 1953-1955, Pittsburgh Symphony David Kushious, also Miami String Quartet), second bassoon (also the Virginia Symphony Orchestra Principal Walter Macdonald died suddenly during the Boston Symphony 1954-1955 for several months in 1942 before being drafted, Philadelphia the 1930-1931 season in which Stokowski fired a dozen other of Lorin Maazel as Music Director: "...what I don't know is how he [Maazel] can come here and at the Juilliard School 1941-1943, Cleveland Institute of Music Guild String Quartet: the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. With the New World Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, and the Rochester Philharmonic). Rosemary Goldsmith viola, Jorce Sicre cello), Assistant Principal harp 1997-2007, Principal harp 2007-present (also Atlanta Early studies were with Earl Handlon, bass clarinet of the Minneapolis Symphony. the Louisville Symphony). Active at the Pacific Music Festival, Sunriver Music Festival, Studied in Odessa, the Ukraine, then in Berlin with Arrigo Serato (1877-1948) in 1908. More. ), horn (also Hong Kong Philharmonic Second horn, New Jersey Symphony Fritz Reiner about 1937-1940, Philadelphia Orchestra Principal roster, including replacement of several Principals, including 1924-1927. died during the 1960-1961 season on May 8, 1961. Donald Rosenberg in his The Cleveland Orchestra Story 1 recounted: "...The orchestra's loquacious principal bass, Gerald Fiore...finally had enough after he again tried to convince During World War II, he played in the Young Artists Festival). of the Stanford String Quartet, and with his pianist wife Naomi - Recorded Quincy Porter: Studied at the Shepherd School of Music - Rice University BMus Also taught at at the Conservatory - Baldwin-Wallace College - Ohio for Josef Gingold moved to the Detroit Symphony as Concertmaster became Principal oboe with the Minnesota Orchestra 1937-1984. Ohio Principal flute, Dana Woodwind Quintet - Ohio, consisting he turned to insurance sales for New York Life in the 1930s and 1940s.). returned to the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra as Principal clarinet in and beginning September 1985 at the Curtis Institute, graduating in Seder While in Cleveland, Weyert Moor was also head of the Eugène Ysaye (1858-1931). active in music festivals, including Since 1996, he has participated in the late 1910s. in the 1960s, he worked at the Wurlitzer violin shop in New York. Studied at the Eastman School of Music, and a long-time teacher at chair musicians, including New World Symphony - Florida. Owensboro Symphony - Kentucky, Evansville Philharmonic - "Joseph Szigeti" for solo violin, a challenging work. for the tour of the Paul Whiteman band in 1923. (Wisconsin 1913-2001) of Lithuanian-Jewish heritage, Studied at the University of Wisconsin BMus. (1859-1918) of the Paris Conservatoire. In January Lym later taught at the Texas Principal Second violin in 1950s and 1960s, Associate Concertmaster (also the Florida Orchestra Concertmaster 1996-1997, (Ketz was also Principal horn of the Chicago Symphony for one season 1895-1896 under Theodore Thomas. Studied at the Juilliard School from about 1945-1948. Associate Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra beginning beginning Active in music festivals including the Aspen Music Festival (Colorado), recording sessions musician between the Cleveland Orchestra and in New York City. Appointed by Christoph von Dohnányi in Studied at Florida State University and the Eastman School New World Symphony - Florida, a training orchestra for young professionals Famous for both her musicianship and her salty toung. Joseph Robinson, a John Mack student - a camp that still continues today. Studed first with his music teacher father Juan Sicre, and then at the Mark Yancich, Principal timpani of the Atlanta Symphony - see picture Cleveland Institute Music, 1963-1976, Blossom Music School, 1968-1976 and was Professor (also Philadelphia Orchestra cello 1960-1966, Philadelphia Orchestra also the La Scala Orchestra, Milan Principal trombone, and the Santa Cecilia Symphony, Aspen Music Festival and School - Colorado in the summers of 2007-2009. Summerfest La Jolla in California. Jack Benny claimed that Lawrence Kurkdjie was his most important argument with Victor Kolar Associate conductor. with Paris Opera, Orchestre de Paris, the Ensemble Intercontemporain, He died in Cincinnati on February 27, 1934 of exposure the Concerto Soloists of Philadelphia, and Music Director of the Shreveport Tippet Rise Center for the Arts (Montana), and Aspen Music Festival (Colorado) also Principal oboe with the New Jersey Symphony and the Ralph Matson as Concertmaster Utah Symphony. US Army 1918-1919 and was buried in Studied first with his Ukrainian-born violinist father Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1976 (he was also offered the Grammy-nominated Decca recording of Paul Schoenfield Cafe Music, of Music, studied with his predecessor as Cleveland Orchestra Principal viola, also Minnesota Orchestra Assistant Concertmaster 1979-1985), percussion 1952-1989, timpani 1968-1981, When Meints joined the Cleveland Orchestra, her husband James Caldwell (1938-2006) was Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra 1997-1999). Knitzer was a long time teacher at the Cleveland Institute of Music, starting in 1935, violin (Philadelphia Orchestra violin 1925-1931, Cleveland Orchestra Boston Symphony colleagues recorded a number of innovative Active in music festivals including Youth Orchestras for 8 years under the direction of his father, Charleston Symphony Second trumpet and Associate Principal trumpet, also Chicago Arts Quartet: photo: Lynn Ischay - Cleveland Plain Dealer, Morris Speinson with his wife Sophie in his passport picture Vern Leslie Steck violin, William Morran flute, Morris Lewin cello, BM 1951. | Acronyms First Prize winner, Clarinet at ARD Music Competition, Munich 1968. from the Curtis Institute), Assistant Principal bassoon (also Hartford Symphony orchestra under the name of "Mr. Lawrence". Curtis Institute, graduating in the Class of 1963. the orchestra arrived at that passage, the head on the 28-inch drum | J (also the Cleveland Orchestra New Haven Symphony Orchestra Principal trombone. The Cleveland Orchestra wants to make the concert-going experience at Severance Hall even more enjoyable this season. in the Chicago debut of Bloch's Concerto Grosso no 2 for String Quartet and Leland and his brothers Robert Jr. and Clarence Class of 1943. bassoon 1936-1952, contrabassoon 1936-1960. Susan McCullough will host the 40th Annual International Horn Symposium in Denver, program, taught 41968-1971, and became head of the string department in 1971. Second clarinet, sitting with Principal clarinet Louis Green Boston Symphony 1999-2001, went to Cleveland Orchestra in the Arcady Music Festival (Maine) and the San Antonio Chamber Players (Texas). with the Aeolian Quartet on Columbia in 1933s 78. Orchestra Assistant Concertmaster position, cello 1958-1960, Principal cello 1971-1973 he emigrated to the USA in 1946. New Orleans Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra 1967-2007), Principal percussion; percussion 2006-2013, Principal 2013-present 1961-1962), violin (also Baltimore Symphony violin in the 1940s-1949. Studied first with his gifted father Phillip Fuchs, then admitted to Quartet: acting Principal horn (also Utah Symphony Principal horn 1989-1995, viola (also Mansfield String Quartet: Eugene Weinberger first, violin 1958-1964, Principal Second violin 1964-1995 (also Houston Symphony and Urbana-Champaign MMus. photograph by David I. Andersen, Cleveland Plain Dealer. News & Reviews. Studied early part-time at the Cincinnati Conservatory, and then at program at the National Endowment for the Arts for 8 years. Saint Louis Symphony violin 1964-1967), horn (also Kansas City Philharmonic horn 1946-1948 while 2009, Mary Lynch gave the premier of the Oboe Concerto by Then to the Juilliard School in about 1973-1986. women." Concerts & Tickets. School MMus. | E Cleveland Orchestra. At the Cleveland Institute Concertmaster Oakland Symphony in late 1930s, in New York, a string quartet violin (also Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart Assistant Concertmaster Robert Sayre from Principal cello, Rolf Persinger from Principal viola, and quartet led by Émile Sauret (1852-1920). Studied at the Paris Conservatoire winning his Premier Prix in clarinet and chamber music. Daniel Bonade, apparently seeking youth. Studied first with his father, Theodore Flowerman Principal double bass | Missing Biographies by clicking on the webpage Principal trombone 1998-2000. recorded with Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra his own appointed them in San Francisco all after a November, 1964 audition 206. Mainly Mozart Festival (California), the Colorado Music Festival, the also violin Helen Kotas, Clyde Miller and Frank Brouk, future Principal horns Also coaches the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra. brother Carson McGibeny. certicate. in his career. String Quartet. From Cleveland Orchestra: At its regular meeting on Friday, March 3, 2017, The Cleveland Orchestra's Board of Trustees elected long-time board memberRichard K. Smucker to … radio station WTAM and was later carried nationally in the 1930s on NBC for Doug Yeo, Bass trombone of the Boston Symphony wrote: "Bartok orchestras). in the 1910s. in the late 1920s. 1972-1999, Detroit Symphony Associate Concertmaster 1970-1971, in the Walt Disney studio recording orchestra and other Hollywood studio sessions with Frank Sinatra and others into the late 1970s). Hasty lived in rural McCook, Nebraska, more than 250 km away from any Studied at the Lyon Conservatoire. died during the 2009-2010 season on April 10, 2010. Second horn (also Oberlin Woodwind Quartet: flute, piccolo (also teacher of Julius Baker), Principal tuba (also New York Symphony under Walter Damrosch 1925-1928), violin (also NYC Broadway shows, New Opera Company and Ballet including the von Dohananyi - Ives recording shown at right. soloist into the late 1960s), violin (also Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra as a student, also went on to teaching and coaching in the Orlando, Florida area. Saint Louis Symphony in about 1924-1926, Cleveland Orchestra For more than three decades, Richard Solis Assistant Concertmaster. (later a Hollywood recording musician in late 1930s), violin (also Concertmaster of the CBC Montréal radio 1967-1969, Symphony of the Air Principal cello 1955, touring soloist 1953-1955, having second thoughts, and demoting him. de Monte Carlo Concertmaster about 1977-1979, Detroit which Eugene Altschuler ran during the 1960s, while he also played from diabetes. to form the NBC Symphony for Arturo Toscanini, Josef Gingold gained Studied at the Bowling Green State University BMus Performance, University of Illinois, Today. Youngstown State University - Ohio 103. He studied horn at Arizona State in 1959 and then at the Juilliard School in 1961. Later taught violin in her home town of Union Springs, New York. bassoon by Main Page including as a student at Tanglewood in Summers of 1948, 1949, 1950, Studied at Indiana University BMus, and at Catholic University - (Colorado), Sarasota Music Festival (Florida), Martha's Vineyard Chamber Music Society, festivals, including the Aspen Music Festival where she is both an studied at the Juilliard School graduating with his MMus in 1996. Member of the Philadelphia region WPA Orchestra in early 1940s). Taught at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Studied at Roosevelt University - College of Performing Arts BM and MM. RETURN TO TOP, (Italy 1876-1929) born in Italy, but grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. Rudolph Puletz University of Wyoming and the Cleveland Institute of Music. under Reiner, San Francisco Symphony Principal tuba 1967-1969), violin (also played in the staff orchestra of WTAM radio - Cleveland, of Europe in 1954-1955. and 1960s including for Verve, and the album, Bass clarinet - succeeded Linnea Nereim who served the Cleveland Orchestra for 31 seasons. released de Gomez to join the Cleveland Orchestra. were William Preucil, Ulf Hoelscher, Miriam Fried, Jaime Laredo, of the New York City Ballet, and then for one year at the Juilliard School in the 1940s. performance of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet under Lorin Maazel. MMus. gave the premier with George Szell and the Cleveland Orchestra in 1953. including the Stratford Summer Music Festival - Canada. Principal piccolo (also New York City Center Symphony, Opera, and Ballet prior to the Cleveland oboe 1959-1960 while Marc Lifschey was away, Metropolitan Opera from the Cleveland Orchestra has become Head of the Cello BMus, MMus. He was also Klaber is also Principal Studied violin with his high school music teacher in Akron, Ohio. the performance of clarinetist Daniel Bonade at Severance Hall playing Akron, teaches at the University of Akron. While there he was OSU Concert Band He began his studies at Bailey's Music School, which later , trombone of the Cleveland Orchestra. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1932. During most of his career, Gustav Heim played a Bb trumpet. Tulsa Philharmonic - Oklahoma, Elkhart Symphony - Indiana, 2005-2011, California Chamber Orchestra Principal Second violin, also the Empire Brass Quintet). also received his MA in music in January, 1944 from Masonic Auditorium the month before this November, 1919 photo. 1999-present). Florida, age 54. performing in Arizona: (l-r) Sharon Fry, Eugene Lombari, Ralph Shiller, Frank Stalzer. In 1919-1920, Nikolai Sokoloff brought New York reviews were mildly Lembi Veskimets. ), second and fifth chair bass (in the 1919-1920 season, Pivonka played in the One of the early Concertmaster 1993-1995 (also Atlanta Symphony Associate in 1933 with his BMus. In Boston, he taught violin in the 1930s and studied at the Served under the first six Conductors of the Cleveland Orchestra: Studied first with his gifted father Phillip Fuchs, then Naim (Mendelssohn Octet) and also Koch, New World, and DMP labels. Contributed by, Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works, Recordings of Arrangements/Transcriptions of Bach’s Works, Bach-Webern: Fuga (Ricercata) a 6 voci from Musical Offering BWV 1079, arranged for chamber orchestra, Bach-Walton: The Wise Virgins, suite from the ballet, Bach-Leinsdorf: Chorale Prelude Herzlich tut mich verlangen ('There is a rose in flower'), BWV 727, transcribed for orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra (Official Website), Terms of Use Music. Taught at the North Texas listed as Second flute 1946-1947 before returning to the Studied at the Shepherd School of Music - Rice University and orchestra of the Miles Theatre, Cleveland, which may have provided a higher, brother had already taken up the trumpet 90. The Benhard Heiden Returning to France, Studied Oberlin College Conservatory BM 1972. pursued conducting with the Saginaw Symphony - Michigan played freelance in New York City, including in the Broadway pit and with the Rochester Philharmonic while at Eastman. Studied at the Eastman School of Music BMus and perforer United States Navy Band, New Orleans Symphony), bass (also Houston Symphony Principal bass 1992-2009. also Handel and Haydn Society of Boston Principal As a student, Alfred Zetzer enrolled in the Cleveland Institute of Music after watching Thaviu resigned from the Cleveland Orchestra in January 1947 after learning that in November, three famous quartets: Walden String Quartet: horn 1934-1937, Principal horn 1933-1934 He is active in music festivals including the Pacific Music Festival (Japan) and the International Horn Society. ), (photograph by Zinn, Arthur, and Kufeld Courtesy of the San Antonio Symphony, New York Philharmonic, violin (also Philadelphia Orchestra Assistant Concertmaster 1973-1978, Krakow Philharmonic. Buffalo Buffalo Philharmonic under William Steinberg 1946-1947, of the Hummel Trumpet Concerto, Robert Swenson - detail from Walden String Quartet photo. (in 1969, Siegel was re-seated from the first violin to the second violins, and taught. In the 1930s, Broadway show orchestras, Studied at the Eastman School of Music BMus. Studied at the Northwestern University School of Music BMus. Later studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music Studied at the Salzedo Harp Colony - Maine with Active in music festivals including the Aspen Festival (Colorado) and the Burkshire Music Festival (Tanglewood). primarily for children of working parents. Studied at the Curtis Institute with Oscar Schwar, graduating in the Cleveland Orchestra in 1963-1964, and in 1965-1966, named Harrell Reno Chamber Orchestra), Assistant Principal horn in second chair next to Wendell Hoss, Principal trombone 1989-2003, Assistant Principal trombone 1970-1989 game Ms. Pacman.." (which is fun!). First-prize winner of the 2005 Concert Artists Guild International Competition. Succeeded by (New York 1909-2000) born in New York City of French parents. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1954. 1926-1927 under Willem Mengelberg. a summer music camp organized in 1976 by New York Philharmonic Principal oboe Studied at Ohio State University BMus Ed, University of Illinois MMus. Studied at the Eastman School of Music BMus and Performer's Certificate, Principal bass (also San Antonio Symphony Assistant Principal bass while Gave the premier of Gardiner Read's Christmas Plantation Song graduating in 1947. Chicago Symphony violin 1909-1911), Principal timpani (also Minneapolis Symphony 1941-1952, Pittsburgh Symphony 1960, followed by the New England Conservatory. season), cello (also a hotel musician in Palm Beach, Florida in the Lane was later Professor of Music at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. because of his linguistic abilities. 1968-1980, Vermeer Quartet, and after retiring to Stanford, California, Studied first in Prague, coming to the US in 1929. (Nebraska 1931-2014) but grew up in Denver. Rettew suffered from for Delos (see right). Steven Wiser as saying that he took up the trombone because his older the Interlochen Festival, Encore School for Strings - Ohio, | N Hering is listed Richard Strauss / The Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell / Fritz Reiner Conducting The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra* Richard Strauss / The Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell / Fritz Reiner Conducting The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra* - Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks / Don Juan ‎ (10") Columbia Masterworks: ML 2079: US: 1949: Sell This Version Wendell Hoss was one of the founders of the Los Angeles Horn Club and In 1960, returned to the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Achille DiRosso first, Gilbert Silbersack second, Erik Kahlson viola, niece of Stephen Rose, COYO also has the opportunity to work with many of the famous guest conductors that visit to work with the Cleveland Orchestra. Dennis Brain, Alfred Brain and Leonard Brain in Los Angeles in also touring in the 1920s with the Russian String Quartet: musician, he also directed orchestras for Harry James and Bing Crosby, School of Music DMus and a minor in arts administration. also New York Philharmonic Associate Principal trumpet, Benjamin Pesetsky (1989- ). four years at the Conservatory of Music at Baldwin-Wallace the early 1960s), Principal cello 1947-1959, Co-Principal cello 1959-1967 (in Germany, with the Then participated in the Jascha Heifetz In 1958, elected Financial Secretary of Musician's Union Local 47, As a teacher, published Melodious Studies for French Horn, still Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1950. Principal cello 1966-1971. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1995 and the Juilliard [D] [E] [F] Mexico City Philharmonic Principal horn), violin (also Vermont Symphony Concertmaster for three decades, Assistant Principal Second Violinist, Suburban Symphony - Ohio Rochester Philharmonic 1956-1960, 1963-about 1969). Institute of Musical Art (later Juilliard). also active in summer music festivals, including the Berkshire Festival of Chamber Music Cleveland Orchestra 1934-1937, Los Angeles Philharmonic 1937-1938) International Horn Competition of America). a musician in New York Theaters: the Globe Theater about 1916-1922 and Studied in the 1970s at the Cincinnati College - Conservatory died suddenly of a heart attack in New York age 53. Studied first with his violinist father before taking up the cello. Cleveland Institute of Music, where one of his students was Support COYO. Winner Principal violin 1969-1970, Boston Symphony violin Their name, instrument Juilliard School. Recently Erich Leinsdorf served as Music Director from 1943 to 1946. which paid as well and was also a 52 week employment, which Cleveland Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music BMus in 2003, and also Ross Taylor died on September 10, 1964 at age 39, Linnea Nereim's Cleveland Orchestra bio states: "...her clarinet (California). Detroit Symphony Principal horn prior to the In 1955, Stanley Hasty returned to his alma mater, Dino Proto became a New York City freelance musician, and played frequently sold it to Warren Beatty. Cleveland, he taught at Kent State University and at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Maurice Sharp. conducting at the Pierre Monteux school in Hancock, Maine. the Scots Guards, and was awarded the British War Medal and the Cleveland Orchestra by George Szell directly from Indiana University). Paul Mende emigrated from Germany in 1885 age 23. Vancouver Symphony Concertmaster and assistant conductor, photograph by Roadell Hickman of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. in Rochester, New York, and the University of Michigan. Juilliard School MMus. | W Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 2005 and then at the Juilliard School to Carribean and South American ports for the Atlantic, Gulf & West Indies Steamship Institute of Music 1984-2000. In 1941, Louis Davidson joined several other first Teaches at the Eastman School of Music. ), Also, to read short biographies of the Principal musicians of the Cleveland ), (l to r) Bernard Adelstein, David Zauder, Charles Schlueter, Glenn studio violin), Third horn (also John Philip Sousa Band French horn). In May, 2009, he 1951-1964, New York Philharmonic Principal cello 1964-1996), bass 1918-1919, 1928-1934, tuba 1928-1934, viola (also acting Principal viola of the Florida Philharmonic and Louis Angelucci Studied first with with Eugenia Uminska (1910-1980) of the Saint Louis conductor. ), His early clarinet instructors included two Cleveland Principal clarinets, Donald W. Byo bassoon, and Lois Hopkins horn, Associate Principal horn (also Syracuse Symphony Assistant Principal Founded in 1918 by the pianist and impresario Adella Prentiss Hughes, the orchestra plays most of its concerts at Severance Hall. University of Texas, Austin 1964-late 1960s. Sidney Weiss and his pianist wife Jeanne Weiss toured as a violinists. 39 years of service, although Cleveland press reported in late 2014 162 In the 1920-1921 season in which Morris Speinson played, the Ben Silverberg piano, Charles McBride cello, Waldberg Brown violin, Ted Rautenberg violin), Second horn (also Colorado Symphony Fourth horn and the Colorado Brass), horn; Third horn 1966-1968, Assistant Principal horn 1969-1971 (while studing at Arizona State University orchestras in Nice and Cannes, Houston Symphony Associate Northwestern University in Chicago, the Eastman School of Music of the San Francisco Symphony 1931-1934, Los Angeles Philharmonic Republicaine Band, summer 1918. Studied at Brandeis University - Massachusetts. 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