The Cleveland Orchestra 2015 Residency Events

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO JACOBS SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDENTS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

MONDAY, JANUARY 19

9pm-11pm
Classical Revolution Bloomington and The Cleveland Orchestra Musicians – Hyatt Place. Informal evening of chamber music sponsored by Classical Revolution Bloomington, Project Jumpstart, and The Cleveland Orchestra.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 20

6:30pm-8:30pm
Oboe Master Class with Frank Rosenwein – Ford Hall
Flute Master Class with Joshua Smith – MA 405
Clarinet Master Class with Franklin Cohen – MA 404
Bassoon Master Class with John Clouser – MAC 036
Trombone Master Class with Massimo La Rosa – MA 452
Piano Master Class with Joela Jones – MAC Stage
Trumpet Master Class with Michael Sachs – MA 454
Harp Master Class with Trina Struble – MA 003
Horn Master Class with Richard King – Recital Hall

7:30pm-9:30pm
Timpani/Percussion Master Class with Paul Yancich/Marc Damoulakis – MA 401

8pm-10pm
Re-Imagining Music Entrepreneurship with Midori and The Cleveland Orchestra – Auer Hall. Public discussion sponsored by Project Jumpstart.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21

10am-12:30pm
The Cleveland Orchestra Rehearsal – IU Auditorium. Open to members of the general public who have tickets to the evening’s concert, as well as to all Jacobs School of Music students and faculty.

1pm-2:30pm
Hutton Honors College Luncheon with Orchestra members Mark Atherton, bass; Alan DeMattia, horn; Shachar Israel, trombone; Emma Shook, violin; Beth Woodside, violin; Derek Zadinsky, bass

1pm-3pm
Tuba Master Class with Yasuhito Sugiyama – IU Auditorium
Trends and Changes in Arts Administration in the 21st Century – Dogwood Room, IMU. Panel discussion with The Cleveland Orchestra sponsored by Project Jumpstart, IU Auditorium, and the IU Arts Administration Program. Featured speakers include Jennifer Barlament, general manager; Mark William, director of artistic planning; and Justin Holden, director of communications.

1:45pm-3:30pm
Fairview School Visit with Lembi Veskimets, viola. Ms. Veskimets will present an integrated Learning Through Music program called “Prediction” for first-grade students at Fairview Elementary in the school gymnasium. At 3pm, she will take part in a meet-and-greet session in the music room with the third- and fourth-grade violin students who participate in Fairview’s after-school string program.

2:30pm-4:30pm
Violin Master Class with Stephen Rose – Auer Hall
Viola Master Class with Robert Vernon – Ford Hall

3pm-5pm
Cello Master Class with Mark Kosower – Recital Hall

3:30pm-5:30pm
Double Bass Master Class with Maximilian Dimoff – IU Auditorium

8pm
Performance by The Cleveland Orchestra, featuring conductor Jakob Hrusa and violinist William Preucil, Jacobs School alumnus – IU Auditorium. TICKETED: Click here for more information.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 22

10am-12pm
Concert Orchestra Side-by-Side – IU Auditorium. Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4, with wind players from the Orchestra and Jacobs faculty and students.

1pm-3pm
Symphony Orchestra Side-by-Side – IU Auditorium. Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4
Philharmonic Orchestra with Jakob Hrusa – MAC Stage. Brahms Symphony No. 2

8pm
Chamber Recital with Orchestra members and Jacobs faculty and students – Auer Hall. Mendelssohn’s Duo for Two Clarinets with Frank Cohen and Eli Eban, pianist TBA. Musgrave’s Duo for Flute and Oboe with Joshua Smith, flute, and Frank Rosenwein, oboe. Ellington’s Caravan with John Clouser, William Ludwig, Kathleen McLean, and student TBA, bassoon. Gounod’s Petite Symphony with Joshua Smith, flute; Frank Rosenwein and Linda Strommen, oboe; Howard Klug and TBA, clarinet; John Clouser and William Ludwig or Kathleen McLean, bassoon; Richard King and Dale Clevenger, horn.

IMU – Indiana Memorial Union
MA – Music Addition (Round Building)
MAB – Music Addition Basement
MAC – Musical Arts Center

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