VIRTUAL Pull Back the Curtain Speaker Series: "The Art of Being an Orchestral Musician" - Fairmount Center for the Arts
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VIRTUAL Pull Back the Curtain Speaker Series: “The Art of Being an Orchestral Musician”

November 7, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Join us for an afternoon as we go behind the scenes of being an orchestral musician with renowned musician and Fairmount music instructor, Hans Clebsch!  For more information on our Speaker Series, visit our Special Events page on our website.

Speaker Series programs are FREE and open to the public, but registration is required to reserve your place and ensure your access to the event! Follow the link at the bottom of this event to register. The link to access viewing of this program will be emailed in advance and will also be available on the event listing on Fairmount’s homepage of the website.

About Hans Clebsch: Hans began his orchestral career with Houston Ballet and the Houston Grand Opera orchestras as acting principal horn, as well as principal horn in the Mexico City Philharmonic. Hans then joined the Cleveland Orchestra in 1996, and made his solo debut at Severance Hall with the Cleveland Orchestra in 1997 in Schumann’s “Konzertstück for Four Horns”, conducted by Christoph von Donhnányi.

Fairmount would like to thank Toby and Melanie Maloney, as well as the Ohio Arts Council and The Figgie Foundation for helping to make these programs possible.


via Zoom


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