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Finale and flood for Cleveland's Youth Orchestra
Sudden rainstorm swells the Salzach River just before closing concert of Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchesra tour
by WKSU's VIVIAN GOODMAN
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Conductor James Feddeck and the young musicians played Dvorak, Elgar, Wagner and Brahms in each of the three concerts of their tour.
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The finale of the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra tour was also the finale for the young musicians who will be moving on now to other adventures and accomplishments. Some will continue music studies and become professional musicians, but not all. 

WKSU’s Vivian Goodman has been reporting on the tour from Austria. She spoke with violinists Maria Beltavski and Stephanie Lee just before the concert began.

Young musicians talk about their plans

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Gorgeous. That’s how at least one Salzburg resident in the audience felt about the concert:

Armand Weeser only wishes more had been able to hear it.
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The final concert of the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra’s  first international tour is just the beginning, according to Joan Katz Napoli, director of Education and Community Programs for the Cleveland Orchestra. Longtime supporters of the parent orchestra, Les and Margo Vinney and Karen Jacobs, have established a touring fund to make such trips possible every few years.

 



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