Preview: Cleveland Orchestra — Pianist Hélène Grimaud talks about Blossom, Beethoven — and Wolves

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ClevelandClassical.com • Previews & Reviews

by Mike Telin

GRIMAUD-HeleneThe allure of performing in a natural setting made a strong impression on French-born pianist Hélène Grimaud in 1990 when she made her United States debut in the Schumann concerto at Blossom with The Cleveland Orchestra under Jahja Ling. “I was always fascinated by the US before I first stepped foot here,” she told us in a telephone conversation, “but once I did at Blossom I was so taken by everything. I was utterly charmed. Of course that fact that The Cleveland Orchestra is so magnificent was a big part of that, but it was also the warm hearts of the people and the entire team. The whole experience was really a turning point for me and the great acoustics changed my mind completely about performing in open air venues.”

Grimaud now splits her time between New York and London. She will return to Cleveland this weekend…

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