Cleveland Orchestra Leaves Usual Home For A Summer In The City
For the past four summers, the Cleveland Orchestra has conducted neighborhood residencies, in which groups of musicians play in non-traditional settings, such as coffee shops and grocery stores.
They also interact with local residents. This summer, it chose the Hough neighborhood, the site of a devastating race riot that made national headlines 50 years ago.
David C. Barnett from Here & Now contributor WCPN Ideastream reports.
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