The Cleveland Orchestra

“Trying to rank orchestras in terms of greatness is normally a pointless business, but if really forced to nominate the greatest in the world, I’d stake everything on The Cleveland Orchestra.” (The Telegraph)

Contacts

Jasper Parrott +44 (0)20 7229 9166

Overview

The Cleveland Orchestra needs no introduction and HarrisonParrott is delighted to have arranged a number of milestone tours for the orchestra and its then Music Director, Christoph von Dohnányi, who enjoyed a prestigious and high profile 20 year partnership together. These included the Orchestra's debut tour to China in 1998, a three concert residency at Cologne's Triennale Festival in 2000 and a 'farewell' tour of Europe for Dohnányi including performances in Vienna, Paris, Hamburg, Dresden and London. HarrisonParrott is delighted to be collaborating once again with The Cleveland Orchestra on a number of future European-based tours and projects.

The Cleveland Orchestra needs no introduction and HarrisonParrott is delighted to have arranged a number of milestone tours for the orchestra and its then Music Director, Christoph von Dohnányi, who enjoyed a prestigious and high profile 20 year partnership together. These included the Orchestra's debut tour to China in 1998, a three concert residency at Cologne's Triennale Festival in 2000 and a 'farewell' tour of Europe for Dohnányi including performances in Vienna, Paris, Hamburg, Dresden and London. HarrisonParrott is delighted to be collaborating once again with The Cleveland Orchestra on a number of future European-based tours and projects.

Contacts

Jasper Parrott +44 (0)20 7229 9166

Reviews

"... when the bows of the Cleveland Orchestra started to play, they were light, fluid and silky, they have perfected the art of creating what sounds like a single violin when in fact there are thirty-two of them... this is one of the very finest orchestras.” (Le Figaro, October 2011)

“The Cleveland Orchestra — with a refinement bred in the bone, which served beautifully in the long string lines — relied instead on sheer magnificent force to create a sense of indomitability.” (The New York Times, February 2009)

“The orchestra sounded terrific, especially in its glittering, rhapsodic and beautifully textured performance of Struass’s Alpine Symphony ...a deluxe orchestra.” (The New

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"... when the bows of the Cleveland Orchestra started to play, they were light, fluid and silky, they have perfected the art of creating what sounds like a single violin when in fact there are thirty-two of them... this is one of the very finest orchestras.” (Le Figaro, October 2011)

“The Cleveland Orchestra — with a refinement bred in the bone, which served beautifully in the long string lines — relied instead on sheer magnificent force to create a sense of indomitability.” (The New York Times, February 2009)

“The orchestra sounded terrific, especially in its glittering, rhapsodic and beautifully textured performance of Struass’s Alpine Symphony ...a deluxe orchestra.” (The New York Times, February 2009)