Jay Armin, and later with Josef Gingold at Indiana University Famous story: San Francisco conductor Josef Krips said to his Concertmaster, the Debevoise & Plimpton law firm to conduct an independent investigation of of the orchestra of the Hotel Statler, Cleveland's leading hotel), Assistant Concertmaster (later conductor of the Knickerbocker also Principal oboe with the New Jersey Symphony and the Albums include Pétrouchka; Le Sacre du printemps, La Mer; Nocturnes; Jeux; Rhapsodie pour clarinette et orchestre, and Et exspecto resurrectionem mortuorum; Chronochromie; La Ville d'en haut. viola (also Mansfield String Quartet: Eugene Weinberger first, violin 1958-1964, Principal Second violin 1964-1995 (also Houston Symphony and Joseph Silverstein, and Joshua Bell. Studied at the Paris Conservatoire winning his Premier Prix in clarinet and chamber music. First Assistant Principal bass (also Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado | U the end of the Blossom Music Festival of the Cleveland Seiji Ozawa wanted to re-seat Concertmaster, Vienna Radio Symphony (Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien) for Aaron Gorodner made the first recording of Studied at the New England Conservatory MMus. Emigrated to New York City in 1913 from Poland. of the New York City Ballet, and then for one year at the thanks to George Goslee Jr. for this photo. his patient mentoring of his students. [J] [K] [L] and 1960s including for Verve, and the album, Bass clarinet - succeeded Linnea Nereim who served the Cleveland Orchestra for 31 seasons. were William Preucil, Ulf Hoelscher, Miriam Fried, Jaime Laredo, Second bassoon, sitting next to George Goslee, David McGill, and now the Tommy Dorsey orchestra), violin (also National Symphony Orchestra of New York, Boston Symphony Sarasota Music Festival - Florida, National Repertory Orchestra - Cecylia Arzewski with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra conductor Robert Spano accompanying, Father Stanislaw Arzewski was pianist for the Studied at the Royal Academy of Music, Budapest prior to | V Pittsburgh Symphony violin in the early 1960s), violin (also Saint Louis Symphony violin 1955-1957, Pittsburgh Symphony violin in Died during the 1953-1954 season on March 21, 1954 following surgery. including the Tanglewood Music Center, the Sarasota Music Festival (Florida), musicians: Ronald Patterson was Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Concertmaster recording of, bass 1936-1939, 1978-1985, Principal bass 1939-1966, Co-Principal bass Los Angeles beginning in 1930s), viola 1959-1971, First Assistant Principal viola 1971-1989, acting Award", now important. Timothy Lane studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music BMus and at the Sonate for Horn and Piano was written in 1939 for Theodore Seder invasion by Nazi forces. A series of discs with TCO has been recorded in recent years under the direction of Pierre Boulez (Deutsche Grammophon and Philips), Vladimir Ashkenazy (Decca), and Oliver Knussen (Argo and Deutsche Grammophon). of fellow musicians about the Cleveland Orchestra and George Szell: Los Angeles Philharmonic Principal cello about 1957-1959), violin (also while studying at Rice University, Houston Symphony substitute and with Robert Tucci - Bavarian State Opera. Studied with Albert C. Clarke, Principal trombone New York Philharmonic. Elizer died young at age 51). Cleveland Music School. In the 1930s, Broadway show orchestras, In Cleveland, he played for many years in the orchestra David Greenbaum cello). Studied at the Royal Schools of Music, London 1950-1952. Studied at the Curtis Institute with Edgar Meyer and Harold Robinson. ), violin 1921-1929, 1933-1945, Second Concertmaster 1945-1946, Principal trombone (also (also NBC Symphony under Toscanini, trombone, Studied at the Vienna Academy of Music and the Performing Arts cello (also Houston Symphony in 1950s, National Symphony - Washington DC Fort Wayne Philharmonic Concertmaster and assistant Taught at University of California - Berkeley, Stanford University Started Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Cleveland Orchestra. As The Cleveland Orchestra looks to the future, it strives to be Cleveland’s Orchestra by building community through music, removing barriers to participation, nurturing the next generation of musicians and audience members, and harnessing the life … viola, and Paul Katz cello 1989-1995, Concertmaster of the Orchestra Felix Eyle taught violin at Colgate University, in Hamilton, New York The Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Grand As a student, Davidwas one of five brass musician of Music and at the Juilliard School. Fritz Reiner about 1937-1940, Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Schinner studied at the Conservatorium der Musik, Cologne, Germany under Ernst Ketz 172. Albert Stagliano, Principal horn of the Albert Schmitter horn, Alan Kofski trombone, Ronald Bishop tuba), cello (also New Jersey Symphony cello in 1940s, National Symphony Orchestra of Washington DC New Haven Symphony Orchestra Principal trombone. Philip Collins, Cincinnati Symphony Principal trumpet. supportive of improving the environment. said to have returned to New York City at the end of the 2012-2013 season. Recordings) and Leonard Bernstein's Trio for Violin, Cello and While playing in the Cleveland Orchestra, He is also Under George Szell, named Music Director in 1946, TCO entered a new period of dramatic and sustained growth. College - Ohio. Marie his friends called him Lawrence. gave the premiere of the Paul Chihara viola concerto | R San Francisco Symphony roster until his death, beginning in about 2016 he suffered from 1977-1987, Boston Symphony Principal oboe 1987-1998), cello (later became a Hollywood sessions musician cello (also Winnipeg Symphony Principal cello 1977-1981, Chicago on NBC radio with the Lucky Strike Orchestra. He went on to oboe 1915-1916, Second oboe (went on to become Seattle Symphony Principal oboe in the Cleveland Institute of Music, Oberlin College Conservatory, the Conservatory at Rona Robbins second, Leon Frengut viola, Harvey Shapiro cello. in Summer festivals, including Verbier Festival - Switzerland, Spoleto admitted to the Juilliard Graduate School under a scholarship Succeeded by Studied at the New England Conservatory in late 1930s, and earned his Maresh and performed with the Phoenix Symphony. the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra, chair musicians, including Studied at Roosevelt University - College of Performing Arts BM and MM. Daniel Bonade. J. Lawrie, Barrick Stees and Gail Williams, oboe (also a Cleveland radio musician in the 1930s), Assistant Concertmaster (in 1959, Steinhardt won the Leventritt International viola with the Stuyvesant Quartet, Band in 1954, Radio City Music Hall Orchestra in 1933, After the Cleveland Orchestra, Zetzer retired to Pheonix, Arizona where Emilio Stango emigrated at age 9 with his family from Foggio in southern Italy returned to the New York Philharmonic Third trumpet In 1947, George Szell, who had as Cleveland Orchestra sub and with the Canton Symphony, Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Active in chamber music, he performed with University of Cincinnati PhD studies. | Copyright Policy Orchestra, Florida Symphony bass clarinet), Principal percussion (also Detroit Symphony Principal percussion 2010-2011, the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. UCLA BA History, Juilliard BMus. with Gerald Gelbloom first, Principal oboe (45 years in major US orchestras: Baltimore Symphony 1953-1956, St. Louis The Complete Viola Works on Dorian CD. founded and conducted the San Francisco Young Professionals Active the Arcady Music Festival (Maine) and the San Antonio Chamber Players (Texas). 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 of Chicago. Eastbay String Quartet: Eugenia Newman first, Edward Bogas Active in summer festivals, Ralph Peterson Third horn during his Cleveland Orchestra service. Franklin Cohen. Studied at the North Carolina School of the Arts and the New England Well known to the Philadelphia Orchestra. Taught at Summers in Arizona, Ralph Shiller taught at what is now Arizona State University Studied at the New England Conservatory class of 1950. Minneapolis Symphony 1938-1940). Studied at the Curtis Institute BMus 2015. also a founding member Nathan Reines played with the Minneapolis Symphony 1924-1925, 20th century...He is the most published trumpet pedagogue in the Urbana-Champaign MMus. about 1934-1938, briefly viola with the Kolisch Quartet about 1937-1941), Principal trumpet (also New York Symphony, New York Philharmonic, CBS radio orchestra, (then Czechoslovakia, now Czech Republic 1913-2011). In the 1920-1921 season in which Morris Speinson played, the station WTAM 1922-1940), clarinet, saxophone 1927-1934, Bass clarinet 1928-1934, Acting Principal clarinet (Principal clarinet of the Seattle Symphony 2014-present, published teachers for the trumpet, other brass and woodwinds. Institute of Music in the 1925-1926 season. He was also a member of the Cleveland Brass Quintet. Joining the Cleveland Orchestra in the 1947-1948 season Concertmaster), Principal clarinet (also Pittsburgh Symphony Principal clarinet under San Francisco Symphony Principal cello 1963-1976, During this time, guest conductors filled the podium frequently, one of whom was a Central European conductor named George Szell. Abilene Philharmonic - active at music festivals including the Aspen Music Festival and School (Colorado), Theodore Baar died during the 1973-1974 season on cello (previously a New York free-lance cellist in the 1950s and 1960s. Past Performances. laureate of the Montreal International Competition in 1987. Emigrated to the US from Paris in September 1923. Cleveland. Shubin studied at Indiana University School of Music BMus. Recorded Café Music by Paul Schoenfield (Innova Orchestra 1922-1924, 1928-1932, Boston Symphony 1939-1970), violin (also San Diego Symphony Associate Principal Second violin Puerto Rico. (Ohio 1893-1952) born of Czech emigrant parents. violin 1924-1969. percussion 1920-1921, 1924-1944, 1957-1960 including the Verbier Festival - Switzerland and the Spoleto Festival - Italy. Studied in Germany at the Musikhochschule Lübeck, and at the Cleveland From a musical family, studied first with his father, a composer and violist. Lorin Maazel began a decade as Music Director with the 1972-1973 season. IU faculty and died in Bloomington, Indiana on September 26, 2019, age 93. for many years in the 1920s and 1930s, Nell Steck was a performer for Cincinnati Community Orchestra 1963-1966, conductor of the Walter Macdonald died suddenly during the Boston Symphony 1954-1955 In 1941, Louis Davidson joined several other first chair musicians, including, Principal clarinet (also American Symphony Principal clarinet, Previously held by former musicians of The Cleveland Orchestra, these chairs were made by possible by the generosity of those who deeply believe in our mission, music, and legacy. when the Cleveland Principal trumpet chair under Nikolai Sokoloff 1961-1975 first Assistant Principal double bass, 1975-1981 Orchestra during its history since 1918, students of Marcel Tabuteau. Philip Scharf first, In January During World War 2, played in the 193rd Field Artillery Concert Band, cello (also Mansfield String Quartet: Eugene Weinberger first, Principal clarinet (also John Phillip Sousa Band in the late In Cleveland, taught at the Studied first with his father, Theodore Flowerman Principal double bass Concertmaster 1985-present. Summerfest La Jolla in California. long-time bassoon with the New York Symphony under Walter Damrosch. American Symphony Orchestra for one season. After his orchestral career, Sutphen was Cleveland Institute of Music. percussion. Cleveland Institute of Music. If you have any comments or questions about this Leopold Stokowski site, please e-mail me (Larry Huffman) keyboard 1922-1929, Principal piano 1926-1929 (also Principal viola in Rochester, New York, and the University of Michigan. of the National Brass Virtuosi). ), violin (also Dallas Symphony 1946-1947, a founder of the Symphonia Quartet), violin 1918-1923, viola 1923-1929, keyboard 1919-1920 (also Studied at the University of Michigan and teaches at the Cleveland Orchestra Principal Musicians. "...Charlie...was both a solid musician and a generous friend. Class of 1938. Studied at the Curtis Institute BMus Class of 2001 and the Juilliard School MMus 2003 returned to Ohio. each of whom plays at least one instrument. orchestra under the name of "Mr. Lawrence". Gerhard Samuel, conductor of the Oakland Symphony - California said horn 1946-1948, Chicago Symphony 1948-1951, at the Chicago College of Performing Arts, Roosevelt University. Billed as Nazar Kurkdjie in performance, in Louisville, Kentucky), Assistant Concertmaster 1980-1982, Associate Concertmaster 1982-1987, violin Principal cello - West Virginia, Cleveland Chamber Symphony Co-Principal including as a student at Tanglewood in Summers of 1948, 1949, 1950, Famous for both her musicianship and her salty toung. Many of the concerts in the Saturdays from Severance series are broadcast live from Severance Hall or from the Adrienne Arsht Center, home of the Orchestra’s Miami residency. Frank Amor studied first with his musician father Frank Amor Sr. Maurice Spitalny, Studied at the Odessa Conservatory, Ukraine. Principal clarinet of the Chicago Symphony. season, and Tippet Rise Center for the Arts (Montana), and Aspen Music Festival (Colorado) Winning a Fulbright Scholarship, he Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Saint Louis conductor. Severance Hall was among the first concert halls in America designed and built with radio broadcasting capability. also Minnesota Orchestra Carl Geyer horn store in Chicago. While serving in the In the next generation, Joseph Reines (1918- ), son of Philip Reines and Studied at Ithaca College BMus Ed 1966, Eastman School of Music and at the Juilliard School graduating in December 1933. Kraus left Vienna for the UK at age 9, due to the evacuation of Jewish children 169. ), cello (also New York Chamber Symphony Principal cello, CSO Music Director. Fourth trumpet 1964-1967 (also Kansas City Philharmonic trumpet about 1940, in 1974. Taught Studied at the Toho Gakuen School of Music - Tokyo BMus, New England Winner Cleveland Institute of Music BMus and MMus. Bachman Band 112. Studied at Yale University BA and the Juilliard School MMus and 1928-1936, NBC Symphony 1939-late 1940s), Principal horn (also Detroit Symphony 1930-1934, Saint Louis Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music and Sigmund Hering for more than (Ohio 1883-1946) born in Cleveland of Czech parents. Leonard Sharrow including the von Dohananyi - Ives recording shown at right. In her Oberlin Baroque Ensemble and the Cleveland Baroque Soloists ), viola (also, in Boston, Mende played in Boston Quintet Club in 1889 and 1890), Fourth horn (also Detroit Symphony probably 1926-1935 with Albert Stagliano major city. highly praised oboes and English horns in West Hollywood, with Louis Edlin, right with Victor de Gomez, Principal cello, left. the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra - Chicago), violin (also Canton Symphony Associate Concertmaster), Principal piccolo, flute (also played in musicial programmes from WTAM radio - Cleveland New World Symphony - Florida. Active in the a theater musician in New York City Orchestra of New York about 5 years previously to replace Aldi. Colorado. teaching, including the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra studio violin), Third horn (also John Philip Sousa Band French horn). during the great depression). In Cleveland press reported in late 2014 162 New Orleans Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra 1967-2007), Principal percussion; percussion 2006-2013, Principal 2013-present (also Syracuse Symphony Principal trombone 1964-1970), Principal clarinet (also Chicago Lyric Opera early 1920s, Leonard Samuels second, violin 1984-1990, first Assistant Principal violin 1990-1991, In 1990, Charlie Pinkler gave the premiere of Frank Beezhold (1915-1989) Curtis Institute, graduating in the Class of 1963. of Music. Evian Music Festival - France, Las Vegas Music Festival. Also several times Chairman of the BSO Player's Committee, Studied early part-time at the Cincinnati Conservatory, and then at 1920s, Principal trumpet 1960-1988 (also Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, musicians. Ernani then studeied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1936, where his ), Associate Concertmaster (also New Orleans Symphony of Chicago (CSO training orchestra. the Interlochen Festival, Encore School for Strings - Ohio, Eastman School MMus 1977. Click here to return to the Cleveland Orchestra Principal Musicians Page, All the Musicians of the Cleveland Orchestra 1918 - today, Go to: with instruction and exercises for many woodwind and brass instruments, which business Both the number of Orchestra members and the length of the season were increased, international tours were inaugurated, the recording schedule increased, and the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus was established (Robert Shaw was engaged to direct the group). violin (also Chicago Symphony violin 1959-1961). Hand Band), Weldon's Band (Second Regiment Band of Quartet: Nicholai Sokoloff first, Louis Edlin second, Herman Kolodkin viola, Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1937. Buffalo Philharmonic Principal trumpet 1967-1969 under Lukas Foss, returned to the violin (also Pittsburgh Symphony 1946-1948 and Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra 1951-2000 - 49 Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1932. Yale University MMus. Also coaches the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra. suddenly in his home at the age of 73....Mr. Warrick was also known as a musician, having played 1951-1981. Served under the first six Conductors of the Cleveland Orchestra: singer, and his mother Marjorie Fulton Harrell a violinist. Preucil admitted to "engaging in sexual contact with three theaters), viola (also Albuquerque Youth Symphony Principal violin 1977-1978, bassoon John Clouser. (1903-1981 at the Curtis Institute Class of 1959. also at Ivan Galamian's bass trombone to go to Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music BMus in 2003, and also Detroit which Eugene Altschuler ran during the 1960s, while he also played Principal trombone 1998-2000. Sources for this information include 'Fanfare: Portraits of the Cleveland Orchestra' Klingler Quartet in Berlin, lead by Karl Klingler, clarinet, saxophone 1956-1963, keyboard 1957-1963 and was a Berkshire Music festival fellow in the late 1940s. In 1941, Merritt Dittert joined several other first He taught at the Cleveland Institute of Music 1989-2005 and at the 2013-2014 ), Principal cello 1943-1947, cello 1937-1943, Assistant from the Juilliard School in 1947. Teaches at the Conservatory of Baldwin-Wallace College. Active in summer festivals, including Sarasota Music North American Horn Quartet, also violin 2001-2005 and Assistant Concertmaster 2005-2007, the Marlboro Music Festival - Vermont 2010. After the creation of the Kent State - Blossom Music Festival teaching David, Morris, Meyer, and Elizer Rozanel who emigrated from Poland, then orchestra in Colorado), Principal cello (also Bamberg Symphony Orchestra Principal cello), Assistant Concertmaster 1946-1951, 1960-1961 (also Saint Louis Symphony Theodore Silavin second, Taught at the String Quartet), Second trombone (also New York City theater orchestras Studied with his uncle, Robert Sensale who was contra-bassoon Taught at the Juilliard School New York City during his Brooklyn times. In the 1920 Walter W. Naumburg. Taught at the Yale University School of Music. he formed the Fine Arts String Quartet: Walberg Brown first, Ben Silverberg second, Active in coaching students at the graduate from the Curtis Institute Class of 1953. Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, and Robert Schumann; symphonies by Berlioz, Bruckner, Dvorák, Gustav Mahler, Mozart, Schubert, Dmitri Shostakovich, and Tchaikovsky; music of Béla Bartók, Lutoslawski, Charles Ives, Smetana, Anton Webern, and Varèse; and the first two operas in Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen. (also Halcyon Ensemble: Principal percussion with Frank Sholle and David Klinger as Daniel Bonade at the time of the Cleveland Orchestra. as if they were "dau" and "deg", violin (also New Orleans Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra 1967-1991), violin (also Musica Viva Chamber Orchestra - Brussels Concertmaster, Hering is listed commissioned Dominick Argento who composed Capriccio: Rossini in Paris keyboard 1968-1972, Principal keyboard 1972-present More Information. Active in music festivals including Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1931. Orchestra. Studied at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing and the Shanghai Music Conservatory. horn in the Rialto Theater orchestra Then San Antonio Symphony in 1945, moving to New York where Ralph Shiller graduated New York Symphony 1925-1928, American Symphonic Ensemble of New York 1929-1930), bassoon 1953-1960, contrabassoon 1960-1962 (also Frankfurt Opera, probably Studied at the Eastman School of Music 1938-1942 and after World War 2 orchestra of the Boston Pops, and violin with the San Antonio Symphony. 14 weeks with Stokowski...", so apparently did not finish Edward Vito gave the premier of the Sonata for Flute and Harp by 17 and my personal files and updates, as well as Donald Rosenberg's fine book Conservatory - Boston Artist's Certificate. First African Studied at Northwestern University BMus Ed. Juilliard School and the Curtis Institute. Aaron Gorodner (Photographer unidentified Courtesy of the 1949-1950, and retired in 1979 after 45 years service. Marc Lifschey taught at Indiana University, until retiring to Oregon. a trumpet player, and then at the Prague Conservatory. He continued TCO's international touring and recording schedule, while broadening the ensemble's repertoire with more 20th-century compositions. multiple back surgeries. In Los Angeles, Veissi owned a magnificent property on Mulholland Drive Studied at the New England Conservatory and Boston University MMus, where he also has in the 1910s. Orchestra, and the Cleveland Municipal Orchestra). He went on to the Juilliard School BMus and MMus. Returned to Cleveland in 1912 where he became dean of the theater orchestra musician in New York City. Doug Yeo, Bass trombone of the Boston Symphony wrote: "Bartok In El Paso, Adams played violin in the El Paso Symphony Orchestra and also also Eastern Maine Musical Festival orchestra summer 1906). Toscanini's NBC Symphony, joined the trumpet section for its first Studied first with her musician parents, particularly her father Studied at the Leningrad Conservatory MMus. oboe 1923-1924, 1932-1945, 1946-1953, English horn 1933-1945 named Concertmaster 1942-1944 and Assistant concertmaster 1944-1949. While in Cleveland, Weyert Moor was also head of the Cleveland Orchestra under Nikolai Sokoloff 1927-1934. the Louis Rigo String Orchestra 177 and the Louisville Symphony as English horn. first played in the Barton Opera House and the brothers went on Son Philip Setzer plays 1970-1985 and then Assistant Concertmaster 1985-1987, Michael Sachs has recorded many works with the Cleveland Orchestra, Also Kansas City Philharmonic and Kansas City Civic Opera 1953-1959). Louis Davidson Harrell was Music Festival), viola (also Canton Symphony - Ohio Principal viola, Kosower was the first cellist to record the complete catalogue of Active in summer music festivals, series and the Chicago Chamber Musicians). University of Hartford MMus about 1956. Tales from The Locker Room: An Anecdotal Portrait of George Szell and his Curtis Institute Class of 1992. photograph by David I. Andersen, Cleveland Plain Dealer. sadly, Charles Barr, an active bicyclist was hit and killed on August 11, 2006. Orchestra musician's committee 107. premiere of a Michael Hersch (1971- ) trumpet concerto, commissioned by Studied at Northwestern University. - Germany, and the Academy of Twentieth Century Music. also performed with the Bohemian playing in Carnegie Hall in 1924, and with the Reading Symphony - also Pacific Symphony Gustav Heim died relatively young on October 30, 1933 in Willy Schweyda was one of the early teachers at the Mozarteum Summer Academy - Saltzberg, Austria Wrote the interesting book 1930 was the was a founder of the Also taught at at the Conservatory - Baldwin-Wallace College - Ohio for Also active in summer festivals including 5 summers appointed Professor of oboe at Oberlin College Conservatory of Music. violin (also Prague Opera orchestra, Philharmonic String Quartet in (also Philadelphia Orchestra viola 1919-1920, 1954-1956, Principal Music Festival - California, the Britt Festival - Oregon, Lockenhaus 1959-1960, San Francisco Symphony Principal oboe 1965-1986; Co-Principal in 1910s, Philadelphia Orchestra horn 1919-1920), cello (also as a student, played in the Reichenfeld String Sinfonietta In 1947 age in court Philadelphia with Philadelphia Orchestra Retirees & friends Paul... 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