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Bloomington, Ind. — Officially, the Cleveland Orchestra’s visit to Indiana University this week is a residency. But for many players, it’s also a homecoming.
In fact, seven members of the orchestra are graduates of the Jacobs School of Music, and for them, the group’s long-awaited visit is nearly as much fun as it is work.
“It’s very special to come back in this capacity,” said Mark Kosower, the orchestra’s principal cellist, moments before leading a master class in the hall where he gave his first solo recital. “This place was critical to my development as a musician.”
Not pictured in this photo is Concertmaster William Preucil, who was on stage at the MAC today in a side-by-side rehearsal with IU students under the direction of Cleveland Orchestra Assistant Conductor James Feddeck. The Cleveland Orchestra performs Tuesday night, January 25 at the IU Auditorium.
Classical music critic from the Plain Dealer, Zach Lewis, gives his impressions of the first day.
Enjoy pictures from this afternoon’s rehearsal in the IU Auditorium