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THE ORCHESTRA of the CLEVELAND BALLET

Most likely, the last ballet performance you attended you could hear the orchestra, but not see the orchestra’s performance. Traditionally the relationship between the orchestra and the ballet allows the audience to visually focus on the dancers while audibly focusing on the orchestra. Watching BOTH entities perform on the same stage – at the same time – was thought to be too distracting for audiences.

Until now.

Cleveland Ballet is fortunate to have members of The Cleveland Orchestra and Cleveland Institute of Music working with the dancers to provide a rich musical component to every performance. Musicians on stage in harmony with the dancers to create a perfect synergy of melodies and movement.

To have musicians and dancers together sharing one stage is breathtaking.

alexandra

 

What makes the Cleveland Ballet Orchestra so special is that we are truly collaborating with the Cleveland Ballet. The musicians and the dancers share the stage and work together to present the highest level of both music and dance.

Alexandra Preucil, Violinist in the Cleveland Orchestra and Music Artistic Advisor to Cleveland Ballet
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