The Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall

Last night, I went to Severance Hall to see our world famous Cleveland Orchestra. The program consisted of Schubert’s Symphony No. 3 in D Major and Act 1 of Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet.

I found out reading the program that Welder-Most, our current music director, has a important relationship with Schubert and his music. As a teen, he was in a car accident on the 150th anniversary of Schubert’s death traveling from one Schubert performance to another. He was training to be a violinist at the time. That accident ended his career as a violinist. Thankfully he survived and went on to become the world class conductor he is.

There will be another Schubert-Prokofiev concert in March.

Here are some pictures I took of Severance Hall and the Orchestra.

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My name is Kathryn. I live in suburban Cleveland. I have 2 cats, who are my kids. I’m a preschool and school age teacher at a local childcare center.

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2 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Was that your first time at Severance Hall? Isn’t it a beautiful concert hall?
    Our orchestra is a treasure. On my recent trip to visit my cousins in Switzerland, I took some CDs of the orchestra as gifts for them. They knew of our orchestra. It is world famous.

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