The-Cleveland-Orchestra-PressCleveland Orchestra Miami Press Releases

The Cleveland Orchestra Miami Announces 2013-2014 Season

The Cleveland Orchestra Miami Announces 2012-13 Season

The Cleveland Orchestra returns to Miami March 2 and 3

The Cleveland Orchestra Miami Reaches out to students of all ages in Miami-Dade County during its sixth season

The Cleveland Orchestra Opens Its Sixth Season in Miami January 27 and 28

Giancarlo Guerrero appointed Principal Guest Conductor of The Cleveland Orchestra Miami Residency


Rave Reviews, Critical Opinion, and Noteworthy

South Florida Classical Review- February 1, 2014
Cleveland Orchestra unleashed in Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring”

The Associated Press – February 1, 2014
Ohio snowbird orchestra takes music to Miami

WLRN – January 31, 2014
Interview with Giancarlo Guerrero

Cleveland.com – Thursday, January 30, 2014
Cleveland Orchestra players share time and talent with Miami schoolchildren (video clips at end)

Miamiartzine - January 29, 2014
We’ll Always Have Vienna!

Cleveland.com – January 28, 2014
Cleveland Orchestra shares vibrant night in musical Vienna with Naples (review)

South Florida Classical Review - January 25, 2014
Shaham’s concerto performance golden with Cleveland Orchestra

Cleveland.com – January 25, 2014
Cleveland Orchestra’s Franz Welser-Most takes part in pre-concert talk in Miami (video)

Cleveland.com – January 24, 2014
Cleveland Orchestra gives private concert at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club

Knight Arts Blog – January 21, 2014
Gil Shaham: One of a kind

Examiner.com – January 18, 2014
Cleveland Orchestra to open Miami season with program of Viennese music

Cleveland.com – January 16, 2014
Cleveland Orchestra’s Miami Residency entering new phase in 2014

Knight Arts Blog – January 15, 2014
Cleveland Orchestra expands ‘Under 18s Free’ program to Miami residency

Miami Herald – December 13, 2013
Cleveland Orchestra offering free concert tickets to kids ages 8 to 17

Knight Arts Blog - December 10, 2013
Developing orchestra audiences for the future

PR Web – Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Greenberg Traurig’s Adam M. Foslid Appointed as Trustee of Miami Music Association, Board of Trustees for Cleveland Orchestra Miami

2012/13 SEASON

The Maimi Herald, February 2, 2013
Ohlsson, Cleveland Orchestra deliver probing Beethoven, bravura Berlioz

Cleveland.com, February 2, 2013
Holly Hudak, Cleveland Orchestra’s new manager in Miami, is eager to attract new listeners

el Nuevo Herald, January 29, 2013
Una noche monumental con Joshua Bell y la Cleveland

Cleveland.com, January 27, 2013
Review: Cleveland Orchestra’s partnership with violinist Joshua Bell reaches new peak in Miami

South Florida Classical Review, January 26, 2013
Gripping Shostakovich and slack Beethoven make for mixed program by Cleveland Orchestra

Cleveland.com, November 18, 2012
Cleveland Orchestra captivates Miami with Mahler (review)

2012 Season in Review
2012 Season Rave Reviews-Summary

The Miami Herald, November 19, 2012
Cleveland Orchestra delivers with Mahler score

Miami Clasica, June 2, 2012
MIAMI, CLEVELAND, FILADELFIA: PARADOJAS & REPERTORIOS

South Florida Classical Review, March 24, 2012
“Guerrero, Cleveland Orchestra close Miami season in top form with warm Beethoven and rousing Respighi”

South Florida Classical Review, February 28, 2012
“Dawn Upshaw to perform Golijov songs with Cleveland Orchestra”

Miami Clasica, February 28, 2012
“Dawn Upshaw, un tesoro americano”

Plain Dealer, January 30, 2012
“In Miami, collaboration between Cleveland Orchestra and Yefim Bronfman continued to evolve”

South Florida Classical Review, January 28, 2012
“Cleveland Orchestra, Bronfman open Miami season with power and precision”

ConcertoNet.com, January 28, 2012
“What  Night at Knight!”

2011 SEASON

Examiner.com, April 10, 2011
“The Cleveland Orchestra and Arts Education, a Tour de Force I”

Miami Herald, April 10, 2011
“Cleveland Orchestra gives riveting performance”

South Florida Classical Review, April 9, 2011
“Under Bĕlohlávek, Cleveland Orchestra wraps Miami season in virtuosic style”

South Florida Classical Review, April 6, 2011
“After Five Years, the Cleveland Orchestra’s Miami Residency Remains Both Prized and Controversial”

 

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