Cleveland Jewish News has published a preview of Brett Mitchell's upcoming concerts with The Cleveland Orchestra:
The Cleveland Orchestra will have a special performance for the general public of the Violins of Hope education concert at the Milton and Tamar Maltz Preforming Arts Center at The Temple-Tifereth Israel’s Case Western Location at noon March 8.
The instruments at the Violins of Hope concert survived the Holocaust and were collected and restored by Amnon Weinstein; and these concerts intend to inform, educate, and inspire listeners. Directed by Donald Carrier and conducted by Brett Mitchell, this performance is accompanying other encore presentations for students.
The performances will feature violinist Peter Otto, the orchestra's first associate concertmaster, and the Charles Bernard, the assistant principal cellist.
Afterward, the concert will be available via ideastream.org for educators.
To read the complete preview, please click here.