Classical music review

Violinst Shaham soars in Cleveland Orchestra opener

 
 
Violinist Gil Shaham
Violinist Gil Shaham

South Florida Classical Review

A concert devoted to the music of Vienna could take in a wide range of styles, from the turbulent drama of Beethoven or Brahms to the dour atonality of Arnold Schönberg.

The Cleveland Orchestra, under music director Franz Welser-Möst, took a light approach Friday night at the Adrienne Arsht Center opener of its Miami residency, with a heart-on-the-sleeve violin concerto, a selection of waltzes and polkas and an early Schubert symphony.

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