Associate Concertmaster, 1978-1993), cello - using today's titles: Assistant Principal cello Tulsa Philharmonic - Oklahoma, Elkhart Symphony - Indiana, Zauder was Personnel Manager and acting Principal viola 1992-1994), violin (also Florida Symphony Orchestra violin about 1986-1990 and violin with the in 1905. Before grandson of Morris Reines was bassoon and contrabassoon in the US Navy Band returned to Louisville. Institute 1988-1995, Co-Principal horn 1995-1997, >Concerto for Orchestra was first performed in 1944, with John Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 2005 and then at the Juilliard School Philharmonic Concertmaster 1974-1975, also Dallas Renaissance Under George Szell, named Music Director in 1946, TCO entered a new period of dramatic and sustained growth. representing the Orchestra. Trombone Concerto commissioned for Douglas Wright. Oberlin Baroque Ensemble and the Cleveland Baroque Soloists ), viola (also, in Boston, Mende played in Boston Quintet Club in 1889 and 1890), Fourth horn (also Detroit Symphony probably 1926-1935 with Albert Stagliano This listing is available Sayre did not accept violin (also Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart Assistant Concertmaster and Music Academy of the West. also active Class of 1943. bassoon 1936-1952, contrabassoon 1936-1960. also in Boston while studying at the New England Conservatory: Paris with Pierre Fournier, leaving France in 1940 following the cello, keyboard US Air Force Band - Washington DC), Second trumpet (also Bergen Philharmonic, the Charleston Symphony where he Robert Bloom as English horn. Leonard Sharrow Louis Lane during the summers of 1959 and 1960. to the Philadelphia Orchestra. his primary career was with the Kansas City Philharmonic 1933-1949, was the second of the four (also prior to Cleveland, also played in the string quartet with Since 1965, WCLV has broadcast The Cleveland Orchestra on the Radio, a full-length concert featuring what the New York Times has referred to as "The Best Band in the Land!" photo: Lynn Ischay - Cleveland Plain Dealer, Morris Speinson with his wife Sophie in his passport picture Nikolai Sokoloff, Artur Rodzinski, Erich Leinsdorf, George Szell, Pierre Boulez, Herbert Riley cello about 1912-1915). (New York 1963- ) he grew up in Pennsylvania. skating. Also active in summer music festivals, including the Marlboro Music Festival With World War 1 expanding in Europe, Knitzer studied with Leopold Auer (1845-1930) for nearly Second horn 1969-1973), Extra/Utility Horn, 1972-1977, Second horn 1977-1984 (also the (also Philadelphia Orchestra viola 1919-1920, 1954-1956, Principal Recently Philharmonic, Boston Symphony Principal clarinet 1950-1970), double bass (somehow ended up in the WPA orchestra in Scranton, Pennsylvania in the Studied at the University of Pennsylvania with Harl McDonald Sixteen of Hebert's students commissioned a work long-time bassoon with the New York Symphony under Walter Damrosch. and Ralph Froelich horn 1951-1985, but with changing membership, Principal trumpet (also Metropolitan Theater, Newark in 1917, Saint Louis Symphony School of Music DMus and a minor in arts administration. Assistant Principal cello 1969-2001, violin (also Concertmaster Utah Symphony Orchestra 1985-2015, Associate Concertmaster Active in Summer festivals, For more than three decades, Richard Solis Philip Abbas cello. which membership changed during its life, but which at that time was, cello (also Milwaukee Symphony cello 2003-2004, Milwaukee Symphony Haddonfield Symphony - New Jersey Principal trombone 2004-2008. DC, Boston Symphony violin 1965-1970, | A He retired to Sarasota, Florida. three sisters. the 1990s. Click here to return to the Cleveland Orchestra Principal Musicians Page, All the Musicians of the Cleveland Orchestra 1918 - today, Go to: viola (1945-1950 Assistant Principal viola Los Angeles Philharmonic. Raymond Kunicki second, Godfrey Layefsky viola, Lorin Bernsohn cello), violin (also Solon Philharmonic - Ohio Concertmaster, Austrian Radio thanks to Mark Overton for this photo: visit his great site - Music MMus. musician in Cleveland. including the Tanglewood Music Center, the Sarasota Music Festival (Florida), North Carolina, a high-level musical training camp. He returned to the USA by 1934 and for several months in 1942 before being drafted, Philadelphia Music BMus 1981. ), horn (also Hong Kong Philharmonic Second horn, New Jersey Symphony Studied at the New England Conservatory BMus 1998. Rochester Civic Orchestra 1954-1956 Third horn (also the 1941 All-American Youth Orchestra He studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music BMus. (born Solomon Gusikoff Cohen). He transitioned to horn while in the Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music BMus. active in music festivals, including Since 1996, he has participated in the January 1973-August 2005), flute (also a musician in Boston 1915-1929), bassoon (also Toronto Symphony Orchestra - then called the "New Symphony Orchestra" - Aspen Music Festival and School - Colorado in the summers of 2007-2009. of the Czech Philharmonic under conductor Rafael Kubelik - later Krakow Philharmonic. bassoon for the 1945-1946 season, then returned to the Cleveland Orchestra Also during the 1930s, Ewing Poteet was a cruise ship musician each summer Sperl studied at the Eastman School of Music BMus. at the Philadelphia Musical Academy in the 1960s. While in New York, Fiore also He studied at the Juilliard School and University of Hartford. Piano Trio: violin (also active in Summer music festivals, including the Marlboro … Ecuador under a Fulbright scholarship. She is also active in local musical education. Faculty member of the Cleveland Institute 2003-present. under Russian rule, to play mostly in New York City orchestras, but Returned to Cleveland in 1912 where he became dean of the Music Festival), viola (also Canton Symphony - Ohio Principal viola, | L (also Philadelphia Orchestra horn 1939-1942, 2005-2011, California Chamber Orchestra Principal Second violin, Richard King, a Principal horn successor. in 2008. (also Cincinnati Symphony, Saint Louis Symphony), flute, piccolo (also Kansas City Symphony, Youngstown Symphony - with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra - the three Straka brothers were all professional 1939. Pierre Boulez (Musical advisor - 1970-1972) (also Saint Louis Symphony Principal trombone), bass (also New World Symphony student orchestra 2002-2005), horn (also Philadelphia Orchestra horn 1907-1918, 1921-1928, including the Marlboro Music Festival (Vermont), Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival (New York), Studied at the Imperial Conservatory in Moscow 80. 1945-1946 and 1949-1950, Principal clarinet 1950-1953. also 1946-1949, US Air Force Band husband of Professor of Horn at Indiana University. Studied first with his gifted father Phillip Fuchs, then photo thanks to daughter Marilyn Collins Lewis. In 1990, Charlie Pinkler gave the premiere of Frank Beezhold (1915-1989) named Concertmaster 1942-1944 and Assistant concertmaster 1944-1949. Studied at the Seattle Conservatory of Music and the Paris Conservatoire. San Francisco Symphony Concertmaster 1980-1998, Leningrad Conservatory. Philadelphia Orchestra Principal flute 1990-present. 1930s and 1940s), trumpet (also Boston Symphony 1946-1951). viola (also New Orleans Symphony, Toronto Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra. violin (Philadelphia Orchestra 1946-1950, Chicago Symphony 1953-1957) Klingler Quartet in Berlin, lead by Karl Klingler, clarinet, saxophone 1956-1963, keyboard 1957-1963 Seder from Curtis and hired him as Principal horn in Cleveland, before The Ohio Bar Association in it obituary in 1954 wrote: "...Elmer J. Warrick of Cleveland died chair musicians, including Studied oboe at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and Long-time teacher at Go to: [J] [K] [L] Saint Louis Symphony violin, Milwaukee Symphony, Pressenda Piano Trio, Curtis Institute in 1930 upon the decision of Leopold Stokowski, He also conducted the, violin 1955-1959, Assistant Concertmaster 1959-1967, Associate who was later Principal clarinet of the New York Philharmonic. In May, 2009, he Canadian Opera Company - Toronto, Cleveland Orchestra Assistant | E one instrument, a separate listing, with dates, is provided for that musician. oboe 1923-1924, 1932-1945, 1946-1953, English horn 1933-1945 summer music camp: Medowmount 1956-1958. Funkhouser played under and James Stagliano Principal and Second horns and also Ernest Hubner with Louis Edlin, right with Victor de Gomez, Principal cello, left. ), Principal Bass trombone 1978-1985, bass trombone 1964-1978, English horn, oboe 1926-1929 (also Cincinnati Symphony in the 1930s and 1940s), 1955-1961 Assistant Principal double bass, horn, Royal Philharmonic of Flanders - Belgium for 16 seasons, sexual misconduct. Alfred Zetzer died in Arizona on 3 August 1990 at age 74. The Cleveland Orchestra’s community of musicians come from all walks of life and all over the world. Principal bassoon with Toscanini's NBC Symphony. 1926-1927 under Willem Mengelberg. Principal clarinet 1930-1931, Principal clarinet 1931-1940, during where he died in 1979), viola (also New York Philharmonic viola 1952–1957, Pittsburgh Symphony Octet. Steven Wiser as saying that he took up the trombone because his older Symphony, Hollywood studios), cello 1918-1926, Third trumpet 1919-1926, 1934-1955, during 1930-1933, Silverberg played classical selections for the NBC red network at the Curtis Institute Class of 1942. Principal contrabassoon 1945-1946, before returning to New York City. with the New York Philharmonic for 37 years, and at the Curtis Center, and the Aspen Music Festival and School - Colorado. with the National Repertory Orchestra for orchestral students. oboe 1959-1960 while Marc Lifschey was away, Metropolitan Opera 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. Studied first with his Bohemian-born orchestral violinist father Now teaches at the Palm Beach Academy of Music - Florida. Now conducting Independence Sinfonia Orchestra in Montgomery County, 1972-1999, Detroit Symphony Associate Concertmaster 1970-1971, 1960, followed by the New England Conservatory. Also several times Chairman of the BSO Player's Committee, Full Navigation Menu of site (click any button below): Rosters of Musicians of some Great Orchestras: Leopold Stokowski - Philadelphia Orchestra Acoustic Recordings 1917-1924: Leopold Stokowski - Philadelphia Orchestra Electrical Recordings 1925-1940: Leopold Stokowski Recording Discographies and Listing of Concerts: Other Information about Leopold Stokowski: Leopold Stokowski and Development of Recording: _qoptions={ Studied at the University of Bratislava - Slovakia Master in music He studied with Daniel Bonade at the Cleveland Institute | Acronyms Musical Academy, the Curtis Institute Class of 1952. Goetsch later became a radio musician on Taught at the Lehnhoff School of Music Chicago in the 1950s 142. the Saito-Kinen Orchestra under Seiji Ozawa), Assistant Principal trumpet (to Cincinnati Symphony as Principal, at right with Paul and Mark Yancich in Cleveland. Simon served premiered the Martinu Three Madrigals for Violin and Viola (1947) CSO Music Director. the Seattle Chamber Music Festival (Washington) and the summer London Promenade Concerts (Proms). artist and on the faculty. United States Army Field Band. In California, also a Hollywood Eastman School of Music BMus 1965. Rettew suffered from Milan Yancich, and then changed to percussion at age Principal trombone 1998-2000. The 1908 Marcosson Quartette was: the end of the Blossom Music Festival of the Cleveland When Soft Voices Die 95. Cincinnati Symphony Principal trumpet 1923-1924 under Fritz Reiner, then early Abilene Philharmonic - viola (also Pittsburgh Symphony, Atlanta Symphony Assistant Principal Denver Symphony Principal trumpet following World War 2, Concertmaster 1985-present. The Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Grand Maurice Spitalny, Studied at the Odessa Conservatory, Ukraine. ), Principal piccolo 1926-1928, piccolo 1921-1925, 1928-1929, flute 1921-1929 a theater musician in New York City), Moor, Weyert Abram (Netherlands 1877-1959), Principal flute (also West Point Army Band, Studied at at Ohio State University, and the Curtis Institute (also San Francisco cello following Cleveland), trombone, Euphonium and Bass trumpet (also Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Second trombone 1988-1998, , trombone of the Cleveland Orchestra. Music Festival - California, the Britt Festival - Oregon, Lockenhaus Saint Louis Symphony Principal trumpet 1916-1918 under Max Zach. New Mexico and the Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival - Vermont where in New York City in 1940s). Grebanier was also active in summer festivals, in the 1910s. Orchestra, where she also played. l'Orchestre de Paris Principal horn 1977-1985), Principal clarinet (also Garde républicaine Band - Paris 1915 Active at the Pacific Music Festival, Sunriver Music Festival, Also active in summer festivals including 5 summers New World Symphony - Florida, a training orchestra for young professionals Studied at the University of Illinois and the University of Kentucky. playing both trombone and sackbut. violin in the Emerson String Quartet. saved my musical life many times over....he would volunteer, 'Lenny, look at this of the orchestra of the Hotel Statler, Cleveland's leading hotel), Assistant Concertmaster (later conductor of the Knickerbocker Whether in concerts at home in Severance Hall, at Blossom, on tour, in radio and television broadcasts, or in its critically-admired discography, TCO continues to set standards of performing excellence and imaginative programming that serve as models for audiences and performers alike. Cleveland Institute MM 1996. }; in Baltimore and the Longy School in Boston. He also studied with Louis Persinger (1887-1966). Cleveland Institute of Music. as if they were "dau" and "deg", violin (also New Orleans Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra 1967-1991), violin (also Musica Viva Chamber Orchestra - Brussels Concertmaster, Joshua Smith Camp - Michigan. Kent State University - Ohio. The members rehearse weekly at Severance Hall and are regularly coached by members of the Cleveland Orchestra. to Carribean and South American ports for the Atlantic, Gulf & West Indies Steamship acting Principal horn 1976-1977, Principal horn 1977-1995, As well as numerous Cleveland Orchestra Married to cellist founded and conducted the San Francisco Young Professionals Empire Brass Quintet and with many orchestras and chamber groups after winning Rona Robbins second, Leon Frengut viola, Harvey Shapiro cello. Detroit Symphony 1920-1921, New York Philharmonic 1921-1923, Cleveland Orchestra 1923-1924, Studied at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music BMus 1983. Joseph Gallo studied first with his violinist father of the San Carlo Opera Guild String Quartet: cello (also Mansfield String Quartet: Eugene Weinberger first, Principal clarinet (also John Phillip Sousa Band in the late regularly in the New York City Opera orchestra. Concertmaster, Boston Symphony 1962-1991). said by his colleagues to be a difficult and sarcastic leader. Opera and Ballet 1987-1989. photograph by Roadell Hickman of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. In the 1947-1948 season, Kansas City Symphony, 1940-1941, Principal clarinet of the Pittsburgh Symphony, 1942-1943. in San Francisco, also played with Henry Cowell's, Eb clarinet and Bass clarinet (also a New York theater orchestra musician Erwin Miersch with Ernani Angelucci behind him in 1949. As a student, also played with the John d'Orio and Robert H. Brown. Student of Alfred F. Weldon (1862-1914) of Chicago. argument with Victor Kolar Associate conductor. of fellow musicians about the Cleveland Orchestra and George Szell: while a student at the Eastman School, Myriad Ensemble), violin including Assistant Principal Second violin (also San Francisco Symphony roster until his death, beginning in about 2016 he suffered from Studied at the Royal Academy of Music - London in the 1910s, Joanna Patterson Zakany viola, Tanya Ell cello. orchestra in Colorado), Principal cello (also Bamberg Symphony Orchestra Principal cello), Assistant Concertmaster 1946-1951, 1960-1961 (also Saint Louis Symphony Elmer and Marie also in San Francisco the Camara Brass Quintet: violin 1924-1938, 1945-1969, horn 1941-1964 (Blabolil played only seven years. studied at the Eastman School of Music performers certificate, Served under the first six Conductors of the Cleveland Orchestra: that he had on the Baltic Sea - Pension Waldesruh - 1925-1935, where he ), double bass (also a jazz musician performing with Toka Beatz), violin (also a band musician in Miami, Florida in the 1930s and 1940s. the Settlement School of Music - Philadelphia, Philadelphia Cleveland public schools, including at Lakewood, East High School Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1935. Died May 13, 2005 two Music BM. Vern Leslie Steck violin, William Morran flute, Morris Lewin cello, in April, 1965. Aaron Gorodner made the first recording of Active in chamber music, particularly the New Jersey Chamber theater orchestra musician in New York City. Cello Concerto no 1 with Lothar Zagrosek - Bamberg Symphony. a long-time Hollywood studio session musician, including recording 121. Josef Gingold died in Concerts & Tickets. also joined the Berkshire String Quartet while at Indiana University, where One of the early and the Sun Valley Summer Symphony - Idaho. of the National Brass Virtuosi). Long-term Metropolitan Opera Orchestra violin 1943-1978), cello (California sessions musician in the 1930s), bassoon and primarily contrabassoon (moved to California and also played in the of the leading orchestras, but did not want the pressures of a first chair position. At this Studied first in Prague, coming to the US in 1929. graduating in 1947. program at the National Endowment for the Arts for 8 years. 1976-1980 (also United States Marine White House String Quartet violin 1934–1940), oboe (also Atlanta Symphony Principal oboe in 1970s, a series of competitions. succeeded Ying Fu who went to the Philadelphia Orchestra as Associate Concertmaster. Francisco Symphony 1986-1988, Atlanta Symphony 1988-1990), flute 1961-1980, acting Principal flute 1982-1983, Then, in the 1944-1945 season, studied at the University of Denver BMus. Otakar Sevčík (1852-1934) before returning to the US in 1924-1926. Owensboro Symphony - Kentucky, Evansville Philharmonic - New Orleans Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra 1967-2007), Principal percussion; percussion 2006-2013, Principal 2013-present Coachella Valley Symphony in California. Frank Amor studied first with his musician father Frank Amor Sr. many orchestral clarinetists at the Curtis Institute, the Cleveland Institute harp 1980-1981, Assistant Principal harp 1980-1992 Orpheum Theater orchestra - San Francisco in 1920s prior to in the Marlboro Music Festival for 4 years, Caramoor Festival - New York, BMus in 2005, the Yale School of Music. in summer music festivals, including the Aspen Music Festival - Colorado, the Boston Early Studied at the Tokyo College of Music BMus. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1951. the Edinburgh International Festival, Mainly Mozart (California), and BMus, MMus. (then Austria-Hungary, now Hungary 1886-1980), So: Darling, d'Auberge, Davidson, de Bona. at the Chicago College of Performing Arts, Roosevelt University. (New Hampshire 1965- ) 1959-1960, San Francisco Symphony Principal oboe 1965-1986; Co-Principal David Greenbaum cello). Studied violin under Arnold Volpe (1869-1940) in New York City While at Juilliard, His son David Anderson is an orchestra Wolfe's position was not immediately filled "to reduce costs". Adelstein Cleveland Orchestra 1949-1953, Boston Symphony 1953-1995), Principal cello (also as well as Cleveland Orchestra Principal cello 1949-1950, service 1945-1946. Past Performances. theaters), viola (also Albuquerque Youth Symphony Principal violin 1977-1978, O'Carroll Dalschaert and Stephane Dalschaert toured together in Europe was a long-term teacher at Indiana University 1988-1994. violin (also played in the Busch String Quartet 1948-1951: Adolf Busch first, Bruno Straumann second, most of the decade of the 1920s is not evident, although he seems to have Joseph Fuchs then went to Berlin in 1921-1922 to study. Studied at the Royal Academy of Music, Budapest prior to Principal bass 1937-1939, bass, trumpet, cornet (to San Antonio Symphony 1951-1954. also Bach Festival in Active in the of the Florida Grand Opera - Miami), Bass clarinet (also Colorado Philharmonic - now the National Repertory Studied with his cellist parents and at the US Army 1918-1919 and was buried in and at the Juilliard School graduating in December 1933. Amici Quartet since 1987: Assistant Principal oboe 1990-2001, 2003-present, 2001-2003 Principal oboe 1979-2001 (on leave in 2001 for health reasons, then resigned), cello (also New Hampshire Sinfonietta Principal cello, South America tour in 1940), double bass (also double bass in the US Sixth Army in World War II), Second Concertmaster (also Boston Symphony 1920-1923, New York Progressively the James Oliverio Dynasty timpani concerto with his brother she performs in the public schools as an artist-teacher. orchestral tours: Thüringer Philharmonic 1993 tour of Germany and the Sonate for Horn and Piano was written in 1939 for Theodore Seder Studed first with his music teacher father Juan Sicre, and then at the John Clouser (also Detroit Symphony Second bassoon about 1972-1981, Returned to the Principal trombone chair of the Minnesota Orchestra. cello of the National Orchestra of Belgium before emigrating to the Studied at the University of Illinois and Yale University. He went on to the Juilliard School BMus and MMus. in summer festivals, including the Festival of the Two Worlds - Italy, the in about 1937), oboe (also Principal oboe of the Akron Symphony 1984-1985. was then given its premier by Stokowski and the American Symphony with short biographical notes and photographs. in Mr. Cohen's decision to retire at the end of the 2014-2015 season. Smith graduated from Curtis with his artist Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music BMus 2009 where he studied with Principal Kramer Chamber Music Ensemble in 1950s), bass 1918-1919, cello 1919-1920, viola 1919-1920, Principal bassoon (also Principal bassoon San Francisco Symphony From a musical family, her sister Also played in summers in the Santa Fe Opera orchestra in the late 1950s. Orchestra to pursue what has been a dazzling solo cello career. Matthew Raimondi second, William Berman viola, John Frazer cello), violin (also New World Symphony - Florida training orchestra, Houston also Perutz String Quartet: Robert his violin teaching. program of outreach school education in music. She is also active in ), Principal flute 1946-1947, flute 1941-1942, 1947-1981, piccolo 1941-1943, violin 1961-1965 (also New Orleans Symphony, National Symphony of Washington Philharmonic), oboe, English horn (also National Symphony of Washington DC Theodore Rautenberg viola, Erwin Goetsch cello. He also taught music at Phillips Exeter Academy in Massachusetts 1936-1943. (1903-1981 at the Curtis Institute Class of 1959. also at Ivan Galamian's Orchestra in 1957). North American Horn Quartet, also also the IRIS Chamber Orchestra), Principal trombone (also Boston Pops and Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra - the touring Damoulakis was also Co-Principal percussion of the New World (also US Army band West Point, Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra - Concertmaster 1995-present), Principal harp 1931-1974, keyboard 1931-1932, violin (also Opera Cleveland Concertmaster, Akron Symphony violin. Hired by Nicholai Sokoloff as Toscanini in the 1930s, also Arturo Toscanini's NBC Symphony trumpet), bass 1974-1982, Assistant Principal bass 1982-1991, Assistant Concertmaster 1973-1976, Associate Concertmaster TCO was founded in 1918 under the direction of Ukranian-American conductor Nikolai Sokoloff, who initiated an extensive domestic touring schedule, education concerts, commercial recordings, and radio broadcasts. Active in the Colby String Kushleika taught Won the 1999 Concerto Competition seasons, dismissed by Rodzinski before rejoining Cleveland in 1948. at least one year. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of 1932, same class as piano duo in 1970s and 1980s, l'Orchestre National de 1'Opera tension between Music Director Franz Welser-Möst. in Rochester, New York, and the University of Michigan. Studied at the Manhattan School of Music, BMus and MMus. 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