15 Jun 2010 • Previews & Reviews
With over 1,500 concerts to choose from, it’s not easy to make a short list of performances that really stood out head and shoulders above the others — most of which were of very high quality themselves. So here’s a medium-short list: twenty-five ...
15 Jun 2010 • Previews & Reviews
Tom Welsh is assistant director for music at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Here are his highlights from the series at the Museum last season. Thanks for letting me indulge in some delightful recollections of our last season, it was another excit...
9 Jun 2010
The Cleveland Orchestra Blog
When violinist Caroline Goulding, 17, appears with The Cleveland Orchestra on Thursday, July 1, at Public Square, listeners can expect fireworks. It’s the annual free Star-Spangled Spectacular concert, brought to this year’s listeners by Cuya...
12 Feb 2010
The Cleveland Orchestra Blog
This Friday, February 19, @7 p.m., The Cleveland Orchestra continues its popular Fridays@7 concert series, with an all-Wagner Cleveland Orchestra concert (conducted by Franz Welser-Möst), followed by live world music, drinks and snacks in the Gran...
13 Jan 2010
CD Reviews
Horn Quintet (2002) Da’ase (1996) String Quartet No. 6 (1999) Trochaic Trot (2000) The Name of the Game (2001) Bridge Records Richard Wernick (b. Boston, Mass, 1934), on the evidence of this program, writes such serious-sounding music that...
10 Dec 2009 • Previews & Reviews
by Daniel Hathaway Joel Smirnoff, CIM president, makes his Ohio conducting debut with CityMusic Cleveland On a dark and windy night, with dire predictions of a major winter storm on its way (didn’t quite happen), what better refuge than a w...
10 Dec 2009
All the conducting masterclasses
Workshop Deadline Tomorrow! Cleveland Institute of Music – March 14-17, 2010 Dear Conductors Guild member, The deadline for our upcoming workshop at the Cleveland Institute of Music is tomorrow, December 10th. This Conductor Training Workshop prov...
11 Nov 2009
All the conducting masterclasses
Conductor Training Workshop at the Cleveland Institute of Music Carl Topilow, Joel Smirnoff – Faculty Cleveland, OH March 14-17, 2010 The Conductors Guild is proud to announce an exciting workshop at the Cleveland Institute of Music. This Conduct...
4 Nov 2009
ROCO News & Reviews
Conductor Joel Smirnoff, ROCO Concertmaster Brian Lewis, and Executive Director and Founder Alecia Lawyer joined KUHF's St. John Flynn in the Geary Performance Studio for a preview session of the 5th Season Opener on October 9, 2009. Click here...
1 Oct 2009
ROCO News & Reviews
ROCO opens its 2009-2010 season by welcoming back guest conductor Joel Smirnoff, who will conduct Haydn’s Miracle Symphony No. 96 and Ginastera Variaciones. Maestro Smirnoff is a conductor, pedagogue, and former first violinist of the Juilliard St...
28 Jul 2009 • Previews & Reviews
When thirteen is your lucky number. Evgeny Brakhman (Russia) gets to put off his first round performance until Wednesday afternoon. Behind (L-R) WCLV's president, Robert Conrad, CIPC board president Rand Curtiss, jury chairman Peter Frankl and CIM...
28 Apr 2009
New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher
Mark O'Connor – Americana Symphony "Variations on Appalachia Waltz"; Violin Concerto No. 6 "Old Brass" – Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Marin Alsop/Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra, Joel Smirnoff
10 Apr 2009
Classical Music
On Tuesday, Joel Smirnoff, the first violinist, made one of two final appearances with the Juilliard String Quartet before he departs to become president at the Cleveland Institute of Music.
3 Apr 2009
Interchanging Idioms
Michael Tilson Thomas and a dozen mentors to work and rehearse with participants "For me the YouTube Symphony is one of the most exciting things to happen to classical music in my lifetime.” --mentor Ian Bousfield of the Vienna Philharmonic Or...
19 Oct 2008
The Juilliard Quartet has named one of the Met Opera's concertmasters as its new first violinist. Nicholas Eanet, who actually has a broken wrist at the moment, will replace the retiring Joel Smirnoff next summer....
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Beethoven: Trio for Piano and Strings no 7 in B flat major, Op. 97 "Archduke"
Brahms: Sextet for Strings no 1 in B flat major, Op. 18
Bloch: Quintet for Piano and Strings no 1
Mozart: Don Giovanni, K 527
Bartók: Concerto for Violin no 2, Sz 112/BB 117
Beethoven: Symphony no 6 in F major, Op. 68 "Pastoral"
Stravinsky: Pulcinella
Martin: Ballade for Flute
Griffes: Poem for Flute and Orchestra
Milhaud: Le boeuf sur le toit, Op. 58

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