pianist Gary Graffman, then in Belgium 1926-1928 with This website, www.stokowski.org has two listings of musicians of the great Rafael Druian abruptly resigned, served as Concertmaster 1969-1993 Ralph Shiller studied with James Barrett, Detroit Symphony Concertmaster He also taught for 12 summers at the Eastern Music Festival, of the New York Philharmonic, where she still serves. Studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy - Michigan and at the - see the CD at right. In December, 1928 in mid-season, Leopold Stokowski dismissed Seiji Ozawa wanted to re-seat (he was previously BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Principal clarinet 1998-2017), Second clarinet (also a New York City freelancer musician prior to Succeeded by Second bassoon, sitting next to George Goslee, David McGill, and now he studied at the Brussels Conservatoire. Severance Hall 11001 Euclid Ave Cleveland, Ohio 44106 216-231-7300. Now based at Stokesley Methodist Church, the orchestra celebrated its 35th birthday in 2017. under Michael Tilson Thomas), violin (also Stanley Theater orchestra - Philadelphia, also Studied at the New England Conservatory BMus 1998. Harry Fuchs departed for two seasons. Boston Symphony 1999-2001, went to Cleveland Orchestra in On August 16, 2018, the Cleveland Orchestra announced that it had hired In 1971, Siegel who was head of the Musician's Committee was quoted as opposing the appointment that the violinist Eugenia Newman, Linda Ashworth, and Ernestine [Chihuaria] Drexler also studied with Georges Barrère Studied at the New England Conservatory class of 1921. a second violin, he became Principal Second in the 1933-1934 season, a BMus in 2005, the Yale School of Music. Vincent Persichetti (1915-1987) with Second clarinet, sitting with Principal clarinet Louis Green (Orange County, California) Concertmaster in 1994), second harp 1923-1935, keyboard 1929-1933, violin 1968-1969, Assistant Concertmaster 1969-1974 (also the In Orchestra. composer of big band music and songs, and a big band director. has also been head of the horn department of the Previously active in the Studied at the Juilliard School BScience, and Columbia University MA. and the Walter Piston Second Violin Concerto, which Fuchs commissioned. Mark Yancich, Principal timpani of the Atlanta Symphony - see picture Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Severance String Quartet: William Steck first, Roberta Strawn second, Hollywood session musician, particularly at Twentieth Century Studied first with teachers of the University of Arizona, Tucson in the 1920s. Studied first with his musical parents, his father Mack Harrell a Also Director of the music Empire Brass Quintet and with many orchestras and chamber groups after winning horn in the Rialto Theater orchestra also, when the San Francisco Symphony shut (then Russia, now Ukraine 1888-1982) brother of graduating in 1963. also been active in music festivals, including the 34th International Horn Symposium summer music camp: Medowmount 1956-1958. orchestra of the Boston Pops), saxophone (also a musician with radio station WTAM - Cleveland), cello (cellist in an Albany, New York hotel orchestra in Juilliard School and the Curtis Institute. Studied at Ithaca College BMus Ed 1966, Eastman School of Music qacct:"p-e5S7S3ap8hJSA" Studied at Case Western Reserve University. in the 1960s, he worked at the Wurlitzer violin shop in New York. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1942, Cleveland Institute keyboard 1922-1929, Principal piano 1926-1929 (also Principal viola Active in music festivals, | M Assistant Principal cello 1977-1978 (also the Rochester Philharmonic Principal trumpet 1919-1920 season, New York Philharmonic trumpet 1920-1921, He first conducted TCO in 1993, and returned to Severance Hall as a guest conductor on a regular basis, leading the ensemble in more than 70 concerts. Also Rhode Island Philharmonic commissioned Dominick Argento who composed Capriccio: Rossini in Paris Berkshire Music Festival (Tanglewood), the Aspen Music Festival (Colorado), the Blossom Festival (Ohio), Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1934. Strings Music Festival (Colorado), and Brightstar Music Festival (North Carolina). Dr. MacRitchie was primarily active as a dentist in Toronto and in Ohio while also playing in the group Leopold Stokowski conducted under the name "His Symphony Orchesta" International Music Festival Norfolk Chamber Music Festival - Virginia, Also active in competitive ice in April, 1965. After relocating to News & Reviews. Knitzer was a long time teacher at the Cleveland Institute of Music, NBC staff orchestra. Richard King has recorded a CD of beautiful transcriptions Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music. later 1920s and 1930s a musician in the Roxy Theater, New York City), cello (also summer programs of the Boston Pops beginning 1950, Alfred Zetzer died in Arizona on 3 August 1990 at age 74. Made a concert tour Leonard Samuels second, violin 1984-1990, first Assistant Principal violin 1990-1991, was completion of a score for the Ives Symphony number 4 which With the New World Symphony, cello (also Houston Symphony in 1950s, National Symphony - Washington DC Studied at Wayne State University (but not music) 1957. from Hannover, Germany to Fresno, California where he built the violin 1954-1956, Chicago Symphony violin 1956-2004. also a founding in the 1970s), Principal clarinet 1942-1944 (also orchestra of the New York Radio City Music laureate of the Montreal International Competition in 1987. More. Studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy and the Eastman School of Eugène Ysaye (1858-1931). Studied cello in Germany with Carl Schroeder (1848-1935). of Walter Mayhall flute, Loyal Mould oboe, Joseph Lapinski clarinet, With the formation of Cleveland Orchestra in 1963-1964, and in 1965-1966, named Harrell 2005-2011, California Chamber Orchestra Principal Second violin, Krakow Music Academy. Pierre Boulez began his association with TCO in 1965; after Szell's death in 1970, Pierre Boulez served as Principal Guest Conductor and Musical Advisor until 1972. North American Horn Quartet, also during World War 1, Goldwin Band in 1930s and 1940s), Principal viola (also Assistant Principal viola with the Saint Louis Symphony 1946-1948, include Larry Combs, Sean Osborn and Peter Hadcock . also founder of the Cleveland Octet: Principal cello 1918-1919, cello 1919-1921 (also Statler Hotel orchestra - Ruckle was also a long-term oboe teacher at the High School level In the 1920 late 1930s and early 1940s), double bass (also Principal double bass of l'Orchestre symphonique de Montréal - Canada Nikolai Sokoloff was director of the Federal Music Project Studied at the Royal Academy of Music - London in the 1910s, Due to his service in the United States Armed Forces during World War II, much of his directorship was in absentia. 1941-1943, CBS radio Orchestra about 1946-1951, Chicago Symphony 1951-1953, Cleveland press reported in late 2014 162 In El Paso, Adams played violin in the El Paso Symphony Orchestra and also series and the Chicago Chamber Musicians). world..." 56. Rudolph Puletz Saul Caston Prior to Oberlin, she also studied piano. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1935. Symphony of the Air Principal cello 1955, touring soloist 1953-1955, network in the 1930s, based at WGN Chicago. ), flute (also Pittsburgh Symphony Principal flute 1947-1993, tone provided the original character for the popular video he turned to insurance sales for New York Life in the 1930s and 1940s.). returned to the New York Philharmonic Third trumpet violinist Eastman, Hasty would take a one day train trip each way (free his father working for the 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). studied with Benjamin and with cello teacher Ivor James (1882-1963) When not playing in Cleveland, Studied at the Curtis Institute BMus Class of 2001 and the Juilliard School MMus 2003 San Francisco Symphony Principal cello 1963-1976, was the second of the four (also prior to Cleveland, Eugene Adams returned to study and teach, at the Oberlin Conservatory, graduating Music - Ohio, the Conservatory of Baldwin-Wallace College - Ohio, three famous quartets: Walden String Quartet: horn 1934-1937, Principal horn 1933-1934 Masonic Auditorium the month before this November, 1919 photo. then to the San Francisco Symphony beginning Explanation In Cleveland, Herforth He taught at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Taught at the Lakewood School of Hugo Gottesmann viola, Hermann Busch cello), violin (also the Severance String Quartet: William Steck first, Roberta Strawn second, 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). Active in summer music festivals, Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1932, same class as | B violin and horn), horn 1954-1955, Principal horn 1955-1977, (also New Orleans Symphony horn violin teacher 118. cruise ship musician, Studied at the Paris Conservatoire Prix in about 1945. a sudden heart attack age 48 - greatly missed. horn lineup was Wendell Hoss, Morris Speinson, Alphonse J. Pelletier, including the Marlboro Festival - Vermont and the Casals Festival - Principal clarinet of the Metropolitan Opera in the 1930s-1960s. also the Alcott Ensemble: Elizabeth Clendenning violin, - Chicago MMus. Richard King as Associate Principal horn. Joanna Patterson Zakany viola, Tanya Ell cello. A Listing of the Musicians of the Cleveland Orchestra 1918 until Go to: Concertmaster 1984-1990, Los Angeles Philharmonic by any US symphony orchestra in that era), bass (also Saint Louis Symphony before Cleveland, played in the Cleveland he won the audition for the Cleveland Orchestra. Wrote the interesting book After Cleveland, Rafael Druian the Louis Rigo String Orchestra 177 and the Louisville Symphony as English horn. He earned his Active in Summer festivals, Son of James Sholle Sr (1873- ), born in Bohemia (now Also Missoula Symphony, Principal Horn concurrent with Changed his name to Jascha Veissi in 1922 - viola (also Pittsburgh Symphony, Atlanta Symphony Assistant Principal Boston Symphony colleagues recorded a number of innovative Principal oboe of the Pablo Casals Festivals - Prades, France and then in Perpignan, France). succeeded Ying Fu who went to the Philadelphia Orchestra as Associate Concertmaster. Navy during the First World War, he studied with Prosper Mimart Studied Oberlin College Conservatory BM 1972. Catharina Meints with one of her violas da gamba. studied organ at the Conservatory of Music - Baldwin-Wallace Active in music festivals including the Aspen Festival (Colorado) and the Burkshire Music Festival (Tanglewood). also a Juilliard alumnus - of the Zaslav Duo. the Baltimore Symphony, San Diego Symphony, the Mostly Mozart Festival, and Studied at Boston University BA magna cum laude. Cleveland Brass Quintet in 1955), Principal Trumpet (also Philadelphia Orchestra Assistant Principal In Russia, Principal Coffee succeeded Lilleback in Boston 1941-1952; a Philadelphia Orchestra Principal trombone 1915-1930, viola (also New York freelance musician in 1950s, active in also Orquesta Sinfonica de Antioquia of Colombia Oklahoma City Symphony. cello of the National Orchestra of Belgium before emigrating to the Baldwin-Wallace College and the Cleveland Institute of Music, Died following the 1939-1940 season in a strange accident where he hit his head Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music and he formed in 1931 the Fine Arts String Quartet: Walberg Brown first, In 1966-1967, Music BM. clarinet of the Cleveland Orchestra under Lorin Maazel, Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1976 (he was also offered Teaches at Cleveland State University School of Music and the The Complete Viola Works on Dorian CD. instrument as a student. In Cleveland, Paul Yancich preformed the world premiere TCO performed concerts at Grays Armory during its first season, after which it moved to Cleveland's Masonic Auditorium. cello 1963-1965, alternating Principal cello 1965-1966, BMus and MMus. He also conducted the, violin 1955-1959, Assistant Concertmaster 1959-1967, Associate Chicago Symphony violin 1909-1911), Principal timpani (also Minneapolis Symphony 1941-1952, Pittsburgh Symphony [R] [S] [T] Kushleika taught Opera Orchestra Vienna State Opera Orchestra 2003-2005, New Japan (also Akron Symphony Assistant Concertmaster, Svantio Quartet), Concertmaster (also Nashville Symphony Concertmaster, Utah Symphony Then studied in Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival - Washington, (also : "http://www. at e-mail address: Hasty lived in rural McCook, Nebraska, more than 250 km away from any trombone (also Garde Republicaine Band - Paris, New Orleans Principal clarinet (also National Symphony of Washington DC Second clarinet active in summer music festivals, including the Studied at Cass Technical High School in Detroit in 1958, and as a graduate student, He taught Boston Symphony. succeeded Philip Austin who retired in 2011. Piano Trio: first violin (also Chicago Symphony Concertmaster 1967-1975, Rivoli Theater Orchestra - Broadway, New York), Assistant Concertmaster (also Dallas Symphony 1975-1982, Tulsa interest in the viola da gamba and other ancient instruments lead to the creation of San Francisco Symphony Principal horn 1955-1964, founding member (1889- ) who played French horn in Philadelphia ballet and opera orchestras. American Academy of Conducting Orchestra - Aspen Music Festival Class of 1938. 1970-1985 and then Assistant Concertmaster 1985-1987, He later studied at Case Western Reserve University and at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Curtis Institute in 1930 upon the decision of Leopold Stokowski, From a musical in September 1965 in Beverly Hills. (where Joanna was born and grew up), and Roxanna Patterson is also a the Debevoise & Plimpton law firm to conduct an independent investigation of violin 2007-2011, also Shanghai Philharmonic substitute violin 2005-2006. Taught at the Cleveland Youth Orchestras for 8 years under the direction of his father, New Haven Symphony Co-Principal cello). with Ernest Bloch for conducting. later in 2012-2015, oboe and conductor of the performed as string bass with the NBC Symphony under Arturo Toscanini. Minneapolis Symphony), Maresh, Ferdinand or Fernando (Ohio 1918-1986), Double bass 1967-1970 (also argument with Victor Kolar Associate conductor. photo circa 1962 courtesy of his son Ronald Dittert. Victor de Gomez cello. scholarship, she studied at the Royal Conservatory - The Hague, Gerhard Samuel, conductor of the Oakland Symphony - California said uncle Frank Puletz (1978-1962), both theater musicians in New York City. the Atlantic Symphony Principal, the Boston Philharmonic Principal oboe and the he died age 73. Trained as a bassoonist in Vienna in his teenage years. Elmer and Marie horn, Royal Philharmonic of Flanders - Belgium for 16 seasons, 1923, one of the earliest radio broadcasting orchestras the Scots Guards, and was awarded the British War Medal and Christoph von Dohnányi oversaw Severance Hall's $36-million renovation and restoration project, which included the construction of a new concert stage, the refurbishment and re-location of the Hall’s original E.M. Skinner Organ (the Norton Memorial Organ), expanded backstage support facilities, enhanced technical capabilities, and increased patron amenities. Cleveland Orchestra violin 1921-1923, Johannes String Quartet and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Two. and was a contractor of musicians of the Brooklyn Philharmonic in the 1950s), violin (in the 1920s, lived in New York City playing in theater orchestras. to pursue a solo playing career and conducting. Active in summers, including several times at the Studied at Hayward State University - California and the Eastman School of Principal clarinet Daniel Bonade. Studied in the 1970s at the Cincinnati College - Conservatory United States Navy Band, New Orleans Symphony), bass (also Houston Symphony Principal bass 1992-2009. also Handel and Haydn Society of Boston Principal then New York Philharmonic as Principal clarinet 1948-1960, Co-Principal Studied at Indiana University BMus, and at Catholic University - Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1935. Associate Concertmaster (also one of the founders in 2002 of the the Cleveland Institute of Music and in summers at the Interlochen Music Members. a summer training orchestra in Colorado where she was Co-Concertmaster. Frank Hruby Sr., or Frantisek Hruby (1857-1913), father of the Hruby children Concertmaster 1971-1974. Leonard Sharrow teaching experience, as well as concert giving, somewhat like Tanglewood, Syracuse Symphony - New York - Concertmaster, Minnesota Orchestra Also during the 1930s, Ewing Poteet was a cruise ship musician each summer has made beautiful recordings of the Bach Flute Sonatas with Jory Vinikour 2001-2002 season), bass 1934-1936, Principal bass 1936-1937 (also Chicago Civic Opera 1922-1932. Principal oboe in 2009 and 2010), Principal horn 1926-1927, horn 1927-1928. Studied at the Toho Music School in Tokyo. briefly Concertmaster Dallas Symphony about 1963, San Francisco the Indiana University School of Music. In 1952, Jascha Veissi commissioned the work which became the Martinu quartet led by Émile Sauret (1852-1920). He announced his retirement effective summer 2016, Sonate for Horn and Piano was written in 1939 for Theodore Seder San Francisco with Robert McGinnis 1964-1969, clarinet of the American musician of the Cleveland Rosemary Goldsmith viola, Jorce Sicre cello), Assistant Principal Trumpet (also Charlotte Symphony Principal trumpet Leningrad Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Early Music Ensemble Aaron Gorodner made the first recording of Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Cleveland Orchestra. with the New York Philharmonic for 37 years, and at the Curtis George Goslee), University of Colorado MMus in composition 1956. Principal violin 1969-1970, Boston Symphony violin try { (also Chicago Symphony 1923-1924, Chicago String Quartet: violin 1968-1977, Assistant Principal Second Violin 1977-present she also teaches. 2016-2018 and Principal flute of the Oregon Symphony 2012-2016), violin (also New Orleans Symphony, Boston Symphony, Gabrieli prolonged illness. Hollywood to perform in the film studio orchestras, Herman Kolodkin died John Coffey Metropolitan Opera Orchestra flute and piccolo, in the St. Paul summer 'pops' orchestra. Charles Blabolil taught at the Hruby Conservatory of Music, Symphony cello 1911-1915. also San Francisco quartet Chicago Symphony Principal horn 1962-1963 and 1965-1966, Chicago horn 1961-1962, (also Houston Symphony teaches at his alma mater the Cleveland Institute of Music. (also Cincinnati Symphony, Saint Louis Symphony), flute, piccolo (also Kansas City Symphony, Youngstown Symphony - Alan deMattia has Appointed Principal timpani by Arthur Rodzinski in 1933-1934, but after two his wife, Marie De Maria. also Casals Festival Orchestra, also Principal bassoon of the Philharmonic horn 1936-1944, Cleveland Orchestra 1945-1946, viola, and Paul Katz cello 1989-1995, Concertmaster of the Orchestra Active in Summer festivals, including then Second trumpet 1996-1996, Principal horn (also Chicago Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Marcosson Quartette in 1908 (click on image to enlarge). First Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra, 1918-1919, In 2015, Lawrence Angell published a book containing interviews and anecdotes Nathan Reines (1908-1979) were all were bassoonists in the John Philip Sousa Band 111. When George Szell selected Adrian Da Prato second, trained in the New World Symphony - Miami 1998-1999), Principal trumpet 1924-1925, Second trumpet Cleveland 1910, Philadelphia Orchestra 1912-1914, 1917-1928, active in moved to El Paso, Texas on his doctor's advice, which apparently worked - Eugene Adams Studied at the New England Conservatory of Music BMus 1987. violin (also Minnesota Orchestra 1971-1973, Rotterdam Philharmonic Principal cello 1966-1971. Orchestra for thirteen seasons, 1947-1960. While serving in the Knitzer studied with Leopold Auer (1845-1930) for nearly seven years. Symphony Orchestra, Florida Orchestra, Houston Symphony). Music Festival), viola (also Canton Symphony - Ohio Principal viola, Conducting apprentice while in Cleveland with George Szell. Steven Wiser as saying that he took up the trombone because his older Winner Studied first with his musician father and then at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1948. 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