The second day of the Cleveland Orchestra’s Indiana University residency was no less eventful than the first. If anything, it was busier.
After a morning rehearsal with music director Franz Welser-Most and violinist Joshua Bell, the ensemble fanned out across campus and presented a full slate of master classes, lessons and other educational events.
By the end of the day Wednesday, the group had offered detailed coaching on just about every major instrument. Sessions wrapped up just in time for the residency’s main act: a concert at IU Auditorium.