A long evening with the Cleveland Orchestra,
described by SUZANNE TORREY
Reading the program before the concert began was a 'heads up' that something was amiss. It seemed that there was going to be a lot crammed into the evening and that there was no real common thread, something Franz Welser-Möst is known for weaving into his concerts. In fact, it appeared that the allotted time frame of two hours might not be enough to fit everything in — let's just say that time moved very slowly.
It began with a short, pleasant enough work by the Finnish composer, Sibelius...
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