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Cleveland Orchestra Principal Musicians

He served in this position for eight seasons, Then, succeeding , Daniel Majeske was promoted to Associate Concertmaster in the season. Upon the sudden departure of Rafael Druian described above, in May , Daniel Majeske assumed the Concertmaster position for the remainder of the season.

Majeske was then given an extended contract as Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra. He served in that position for fourteen seasons under four more Music Directors. In and , Daniel Majeske was often unable to play with the orchestra, due to the effects of his battle with prostate cancer.

Majeske missed the October, Cleveland Orchestra tour of Japan. The next month, Daniel Majeske died on November 28, , age 61 from cancer, one of the last musicians connected with the years of George Szell. Chalifour was then admitted to the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia in , where he graduated in the Class of After Curtis, Chalifour did well in international competitions, gaining a Certificate of Honor at the Tchaikovsky Competition - Moscow in , and becoming laureate of the Montreal International Competition in He then won the competition to join the Cleveland Orchestra, first as acting Associate Concertmaster , then Associate Concertmaster , with frequent duties as Concertmaster, since Daniel Majeske was suffering from Cancer.

During his last three seasons at the Cleveland Orchestra, Martin Chalifour was acting Concertmaster following the death of Daniel Majeske. William Preucil was born in Dearborn, Michigan on January 30, Preucil comes from a musical family, and he first studied violin with his mother, using the Suzuki method. His father was also a violinist. Preucil's wife, Gwen Starker Preucil is a violinist and is daughter to the great cellist Janos Starker.

He then entered Indiana University in , where he received his performer's award in about William Preucil was Concertmaster of the Atlanta Symphony He has been active in chamber music throughout his career, including the Lanier Trio beginning in Preucil was then first violin of the Cleveland Quartet which performed and recorded intensively during these years.

Preucil was appointed Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra in April In his playing with the Cleveland Orchestra, William Preucil retains a distinctive communication with the audience that some say reflects his extensive experience in the more intimate atmosphere of chamber music performance.

Oscar Eiler was born in Wisconsin on September 8, He studied cello in Germany with Carl Schroeder In , Eiler played in the orchestra of Cleveland's Statler Hotel. Then for two seasons, , Oscar Eiler played in the cello section of the Philadelphia Orchestra under Leopold Stokowski.

From , Oscar Eiler was active in the Philharmonic Quartet, which membership changed during its life , but which at that time was Sol Marcosson first, Charles Rychlik second, Johann Beck viola, Oscar Eiler cello.

After serving in the first chair during this inaugural season of the Cleveland Orchestra, in June, 1 , Oscar Eiler moved to what we would today call the Associate Principal cello position.

In the s, Oscar Eiler was a theater orchestra musician in Chicago. Eiler also played in the Civic Opera Company of Chicago. Oscar Eiler played cello in the Cincinnati Orchestra and the Nashville Symphony, but the years of his performances with these orchestra are not yet documented.

Auburn was and is a farming area rich with fruits, olives and nuts, and Victor's father, Fermin de Gomez, born in Philadelphia of a Spanish father, was a fruit shipper.

In his teenage years, Victor de Gomez studied cello at the University of California, Berkeley from about Victor de Gomez continued in the San Francisco Symphony Victor De Gomez remained in Philadelphia for three seasons until the end of the season, when Stokowski released de Gomez for the Cleveland Orchestra 1. De Gomez arrived in Cleveland in June and was one of the four highest paid players 1.

Victor de Gomez was named Principal cello upon the formation of the Cleveland Orchestra in He served as Principal cello for twenty seasons, In the summers of and , Victor de Gomez then moved back to California where he played in Hollywood at the Paramount Studios orchestra 1 and other Hollywood studio orchestras in the s and s.

Victor de Gomez died in California in about or shortly thereafter. Leonard Rose's first lessons on the cello were from his amatuer cellist father, Harry Rose.

In , Leonard Rose studied with Frank Miller in Philadelphia - in fact, moved in with Frank and his parents - preparing for the Curtis Institute entrance audition. Leonard Rose gained admittance to the Curtis Institute in , where he studied with Felix Salmond Rose graduated from Curtis in the Class of Quite a step up for the 21 year old cellist. Rodzinski wanted Rose as Principal.

However, during his first New York season, Rodzinski had tried to dismiss 14 musicians, including five Principals. Rodzinski had to proceed more cautiously. Beginning in , Leonard Rose pursued a career as concert soloist, a difficult and hazardous objective, as shown by many gifted previous musicians. Leonard Rose was remarkably successful, both in concert performance, chamber music and in recordings, particularly with US Columbia Records.

Their favorable chemistry caused them to form a trio which again was successful in concerts and in recordings. Leonard Rose was to teach at Curtis Leonard Rose's career was shorter than many of his great colleagues, due to health. Leonard Rose suffered from leukemia, which led to his death in Westchester County, New York on November 16, , age Harry Fuchs was born in His was a musical family, his sister being Lillian Fuchs , a famous violist and his older brother Joseph Fuchs being a violinist, and of course later Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra.

Harry Fuchs trained in his youth as both a violinist and a cellist 97 , beginning first with his father, Philip Fuchs, a gifted teacher.

Harry Fuchs was admitted to the Juilliard Graduate School under a scholarship in He graduated from Juilliard Graduate in after studying with Felix Salmond. Fuchs then played cello in the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Except for a break of two seasons , he was to serve in the Cleveland Orchestra under five Music Directors until the end of the season. He served as Principal for four seasons, When George Szell selected Ernst Silberstein to become Principal cello in , Harry Fuchs decided to go into business for himself Fuch's love of dogs actually resulted in a rather profitable enterprise.

He developed a special kind of lotion to ease a dog's skin irritation Fuchs took out a patent for the lotion and then successfully marketed it under the name Fox Salve Harry Fuchs remained in the second cello chair for a further three decades. Harry Fuchs enjoyed restoring antique automobiles, and owned 8 different cars in different stages of restoration In , Harry Fuchs retired from the Cleveland Orchestra at the same time as two other 45 year Cleveland veterans: Silberstein was born in Germany on 15 October In Berlin, he also became a member of the Klingler Quartet, succeeding cellist Francesco von Mendelssohn — In the end, the Klinger Quartet was forced to disband in Ernst Silberstein then emigrated to the United states in April, Ernst Silberstein's service as Principal cello of the Metropolitan opera was from about until He remained Principal cello In the season, when Szell appointed Adolphe Frezin as "Co-Principal" cello in the season, Ernst Silberstein moved to the second chair, and accepted the Co-Principal cello title for eight further seasons: Kosower studied under Silberstein at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Ernst Silberstein died in the Cleveland suburbs on 26 September some weeks before his 85th birthday. Lorne Munroe was born in Manitoba, Canada on November 24, Munroe won the Winnipeg Music Competition Festival at age When 14, Lorne Munroe was taken to London by his sponsor, the Australian composer and pianist Arthur Benjamin , who also taught at the Royal College of Music.

Lorne Munroe then studied at the Curtis Institute in the same class as Paul Olefsky, graduating in While with the Cleveland Orchestra, interestingly Lorne Munroe appeared as a soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra Lorne Munroe then played for one season with the Minneapolis Symphony The Principal cello chair of the Philadelphia Orchestra was then open until September of the following season when Lorne Munroe was appointed Principal cello by Eugene Ormandy.

In New York, Munroe also taught at Juilliard. He studied first with his violinist father before taking up the cello. Adolphe Frezin studied cello at the Begian Royal Conservatory. He then became Principal cello of the National Orchestra of Belgium. While touring with the Paganini Quartet, Frezin was also able to perform as lead cello with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.

Beginning in , Frezin also sought to develop a career as a touring cello soloist with US regional orchestras. George Szell recruited Adolphe Frezin first as "Co-Principal" cello of the Cleveland Orchestra in the season, advancing him to Principal cello in the season. He died in Santa Barbara, California on 5 April at the age of While in Dallas, Eskin studied with Janos Starker who was then Principal cello for Dallas in the season.

In the summers of and , Eskin studied at the Tanglewood Music Center. In the early s, Eskin took master classes with Pablo Casals. Since then Jules Eskin was Principal cello in the each of the orchestra sections which he led. Eskin then joined the Boston Symphony Orchestra as Principal cello in the season, following the departure of Samuel and Winifred Mayes to the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Petersburg then Leningrad Conservatory. After more than four decades with the Boston Symphony, under five Music Directors, Jules Eskin, still Principal cello of the Boston Symphony passed on 15 November after a full, rich, and long career. In that season, Gerald Appleman and Lynn Harrell alternated in the first chair.

After that season, Gerald Appleman joined the New York Philharmonic cello section in the season. Appleman was soon advanced to the Assistant Principal cello chair His was a musical family, his father Mack Harrell being a singer, and his mother Marjorie Fulton Harrell a violinist.

Unfortunately, by age 17, Lynn Harrell had lost both his parents; his father dying of cancer in and his mother in of an automobile accident. His family had moved to Texas, and after high school, Lynn Harrell gained admittance first to the Juilliard School and then to the Curtis Institute. He graduated from Curtis in the Class of Following Curtis, he was appointed to the Cleveland Orchestra in the season by George Szell. He played in the Cleveland cello section for two seasons, Szell then named Lynn Harrell as alternating Principal cello in the season.

Harrell alternated with Gerald Appleman in the first chair. At the end of the season, Lynn Harrell decided to pursue a solo career, a challenging task for any orchestral musician - many have tried and few succeeded.

Lynn Harrell made his New York debut recital in and went on to success. Lynn Harrell went on to a career appearing with every great conductor and orchestra around the world, yet still finding time for outreach to young musicians and would-be musicians. No doubt Lynn Harrell has much more of his artistry to share with us. His Dutch-born father, William Stokking Sr. His mother was Swedish-born.

William Stokking joined the cello section of the Cleveland Orchestra under George Szell in the season, and remained for two seasons until Stokking remained Principal cello until the end of Lorin Maazel's first season in Cleveland William Stokking then returned to Philadelphia, appointed Principal cello of the Philadelphia Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy in the season.

William Stokking served as Principal cello in Philadelphia for 33 seasons, retiring at the end of William Stokking's wife Nancy is also a cellist, playing freelance and teaching.

His mother and father were both professional cellists Stephen Geber went on to the longest tenure to date of the Cleveland Orchestra Principal cello position, earning consistently excellent critical reviews, while still being one of the most liked and respected Principals by his colleagues.

During this tenure, Stephen Geber also continued active in chamber music, including his membership in the Cleveland Orchestra String Quartet.

Also, every May, Stephen Geber conducts a cello festival for advanced young cellists in Carmel in his native California. He began cello studies early with his cellist father Paul R.

Mark Kosower is actively interested in contemporary compositions as well, and in Bamberg, recorded actively. Kosower was the first cellist to record the complete catalogue of works for solo cello by the great Argentine composer Ginastera.

During the period in which Kosower was Principal cello in Bamberg, he also taught cello and chamber music at the San Francisco Conservatory As well as his orchestral career, Mark Kosower continues to be an active performer with world orchestras and at recitals, including with his pianist wife Jee-Won Oh who is also an Indiana University graduate.

Mark Kosower's achievements at what is still an early stage of his career promises yet more creative attainments over the coming decades. Johnston was the first Principal viola of the Cleveland Orchestra. A decade before the founding of the Cleveland Orchestra, James Johnston was also a founding member of the Marcosson Quartette: The Marcosson Quartette was later renamed the Cleveland Philharmonic String Quartet under the sponsorship of the women's club the Philharmonic Club of Cleveland , and active In the season, the 21 year old Carlton Cooley joined the viola section of the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Cooley then moved to the Cleveland Orchestra, selected by Nikolai Sokoloff to be Principal viola, succeeding Herman Kolodkin in the season. The next season, Sokoloff moved Cooley to the first stand of the first violins, next to Concertmaster Louis Edlin, as what we would call today Associate Concertmaster.

This was for one season. Then, in the season, Nikolai Sokoloff moved Cooley back to the Principal viola position of the Cleveland Orchestra where he remained under Sokoloff and then Artur Rodzinski until the end of the season.

He would have been hired by Artur Rodzinski, who know Cooley from Cleveland, and selected Carlton Cooley even though he was raiding his own Cleveland Orchestra. Rodzinski, already known as an orchestra-builder had been appointed to organize and prepare the NBC Symphony for Arturo Toscanini. Two seasons later, beginning , Carlton Cooley was appointed Principal viola, succeeding the departing Harry Zaratzian. Carlton Cooley remained with the Philadelphia Orchestra for 9 seasons plus a tenth, counting , until he reached the mandatory retirement age of 65 in the season.

Carlton Cooley also recorded with Ormandy his own composition: He studied violin under Arnold Volpe in the s. Lifschey also played at the Maverick Festival at Woodstock, New York during the summers in the early s. Samuel Lifschey then was appointed Principal viola of the Philadelphia Orchestra by Leopold Stokowski in the season. Lifsched served as Principal viola in Philadelphia for thirty seasons, However, the relationship of Elias Lifschey to Samuel Lifschey, although probably is still subject to research.

In , Time Magazine in a breezy article reported " Samuel Lifschey, leader of the viola section, has been a six-day bicycle racer, a dentist, a pharmacist, an engineer Although interesting, the information about Lifschey "being a dentist, a pharmacist, and engineer" is not further elucidated. Samuel Lifschey died in Philadelphia in Leon Frengut was born in Baltimore, Maryland on February 8, of Russian-Jewish parents who had emigrated from the Ukraine in perhaps following the cholera epidemic of that year in the Ukraine.

Already by age 15 at the end of , Leon Frengut was a professional musician in Baltimore. In the late s, Leon Frengut succeeded in gaining admission to the Curtis Institute, where he graduated in the Class of In , Artur Rodzinski, who had taught at Curtis while Frengut was studying there hired two new viola players for the Cleveland Orchestra: Leon Frengut as Principal viola and Tom Brennand in the second viola chair.

Leon Frengut was Principal viola for two seasons, When Leon Frengut left the Cleveland Orchestra at the end of the season, Tom Brennand succeeded him in the Principal viola position. Leon Frengut was active in the Stuyvesant Quartet, whose membership changed over time, but with Frengut was: This group recorded a number of chamber works for the Nonesuch label in the s.

Leon Frengut was an active recording sessions musician in New York City in the late s and early s. He recorded orchestra support for Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, tony Bennett and other leading singers of that time. Tom Brennand joined the Cleveland Orchestra in the season in the viola section, at the same time as the selection of his stand partner, Leon Frengut as Principal viola.

Upon the departure of Frengut, Tom Brennard was promoted to the Principal viola position during three seasons, Then, on the selection of William Lincer as Principal cello, Tom Brennard was in the second viola chair for a further twenty-three seasons, His early musical studies were as a violinist. Lincer was admitted to the Institute of Musical Art later Juilliard in about William Lincer also studied at Harvard University.

William Lincer played with the Gordon String Quartet for seven seasons, The quartet was disbanded when Jacques Gordon suffered his stroke.

Following Cleveland, William Lincer was Principal viola of the New York Philharmonic beginning in the season, probably at the request of Rodzinski, who had just become Music Director of the Philharmonic. In his twenty-nine seasons at the Philharmonic, , Lincer served under seven Music Directors: Marcel Dick was a child prodigy. He was admitted to the Royal Academy, Budapest in about , studying violin and with Zoltan Kodaly, he studied composition.

Marcel Dick was Principal viola for six seasons Abraham Skernick was Principal viola in Cleveland for 27 seasons, He taught at Indiana University from which he retired in Robert Vernon studied at the Juilliard School, graduating with honors in about Following Juilliard, Vernon played with the St. Louis Symphony under Walter Susskind, where he was Associate Principal viola 96 in about about Robert Vernon has been active in a number of summer festivals, including: Throughout his career, Robert Vernon has been active as a teacher.

In September, , he was appointed to the music faculty of his alma mater, the Juilliard School. After more than three decades leading his section of the orchestra, Robert Vernon in performance continued to show the enthusiasm for the repertoire and the clean execution which are key characteristics of his art.

He retired from the orchestra in August after 40 years of service. Wesley Collins, born in , grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. He studied first with his musician parents: Collins went on to study viola at the Cleveland Institute of Music under Robert Vernon, whom Collins would eventually succeed in Cleveland. He was appointed to the Boston Symphony viola section during September, June He emigrated to the US with his family at age 10 in Fiore with his violinist brother Salvatore, and brother Joseph, flute, moved from Pennsylvania to Cleveland in Gerald Fiore had been appointed director of a small orchestra of 20 musicians, including his younger brothers at the Cleveland Athletic Club Gerald Fiore, with his brothers, were among the initial musicians selected by Nikolai Sokoloff for the December inception of the newly organized Cleveland Orchestra.

Fiore's brother, Salvatore Fiore was appointed to the first violin section of the orchestra where he served Younger brother Joseph Fiore was appointed Principal flute in and then flute and piccolo The orchestra's loquacious principal bass, Gerald Fiore Rodzinski didn't budge on Fiore, who left soon after to become principal bass of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra After retiring from the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, he moved to California.

Posell graduated with the Curtis Institute Class of In the season, Artur Rodzinski appointed Posell to the bass section of the Cleveland Orchestra, serving in the third chair — Rodzinski appointed Posell Principal bass in , where he served as Principal for the next thirty-seven seasons — Then, Posell moved back to the third bass chair in until he retired at the end of the season.

Posell gave the premier of Gardiner Read's Christmas Plantation Song opus 63 for double bass and piano in Jacques Ponsell died in Cleveland on 20 January , age In the seaon, George Szell appointed David Perlman Principal bass of the Cleveland Orchestra, with Jacques Posell becoming his stand partner in the second chair.

Perlman served in this capacity for fifteen seasons. David Perlman was a long-time teacher at the Cleveland Institute. From a musical family, his father played the cello. In , he was appointed Assistant Principal bass of the San Antonio Symphony where he served for three seasons In , Max Dimoff returned to his home town of Seattle joining the bass section During this time in summers he played in the Grant Park Symphony, Chicago, — He teaches at the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Marc Lifschey, famous Cleveland Orchestra oboe said ' Dominic or Dominick Aldi was born in Italy on August 28, In the census, Dominick Aldi is listed as a "street musician" in Louisville. Dominic Aldi became the first Principal oboe of the Cleveland Orchestra in the season. Dominick Aldi then played the English horn of the oboe section for one additional season, Dominick Aldi's activities during most of the decade of the s is not evident, although he seems to have returned to Louisville.

However, he died young. Dominick Aldi, as he was then listed, died in Louisville, Kentucky on October 19, , age only He emigrated to the U. Philip Kirchner was oboe with the New York Philharmonic in They were selected by Nikolai Sokoloff in his second season in Cleveland, ; Philip Kirchner as Principal oboe, and Morris Kirchner initially as second bassoon.

Nikolai Sokoloff knowing the brothers from the Russian Symphony Orchestra of New York probably negotiated a combined offer with them. Philip Kirchner succeeded Dominic Aldi, who moved to the second oboe chair.

Philip Kirchner continued with the Cleveland Orchestra for twenty-eight seasons, until the end of the season. Philip Kirchner seems to have been one of the numerous Principal musicians dismissed officially he 'resigned' from the orchestra by the new Music Director George Szell. He had served the Cleveland Orchestra as Principal oboe for 28 seasons. Philip Kirchner died in the suburbs of Cleveland on 26 June As a child, Bert Gassman began with violin lessons, but changed to oboe at about age thirteen.

At age 16, Gassman won a scholarship to the Damrosch School of Music, which was later absorbed into the Juilliard School. Bert Gassman joined the Cleveland Orchestra oboe section at age 19 in the season. Gassman was primarily English horn solo for fourteen seasons in Cleveland, Then, George Szell, taking up the Music Direction in Cleveland, and who had conducted Bert Gassman many times, hired him back to the Cleveland Orchestra as Principal oboe in Szell's second and third seasons, Bert Gassman then left for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, where he was Principal oboe for twenty-five seasons, Alfred Genovese was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 25, His father was also a musician.

At age 16, Genovese began study with John Minsker who had previously been English horn with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Upon graduation from Curtis in the Class of , Genovese became an oboe with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for three seasons Alfred Genovese then went to the St.

In the season, Genovese went to the Cleveland Orchestra as Principal oboe briefly for one season under George Szell. This was the single season in which Marc Lifschey was away from Cleveland during his long Cleveland tenure and In this season, Lifschey was Principal oboe of the Metropolitan Opera. Upon his return to Cleveland, Alfred Genovese replaced him as Principal oboe of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in the season.

Alfred Genovese remained at the Metropolitan Opera for 17 seasons Upon the retirement of Ralph Gomberg at the end of the season, Alfred Genovese took the first chair oboe position. In the Boston Symphony programs for the seasons, Alfred Genovese was listed as "Acting Principal oboe" He was then confirmed in the first chair position and is now deservedly listed as Principal oboe Alfred Genovese was a regular at the Marlboro Music Festival in the summers from at least into the s.

He was also a New York freelance session musician in the early s at the time he was with the Metropolitan Opera. Alfred Genovese retired from the Boston Symphony at the end of the season. He was briefly in the oboe section of the Buffalo Symphony Orchestra. He then went to the Cleveland Orchestra as Principal in Lifschey remained in Cleveland until the end of the season, except for one year.

The exception was the season, when he was Principal oboe with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Lifschey was subsequently named Principal oboe, and served with the San Francisco Symphony for a total of twenty-one seasons, from In the orchestra and teaching, Marc Lifschey had the reputation for being both kind and generous, different from the teaching style often adopted by teachers with a European conservatory training. Marc Lifschey died at age 74 on November 8, in Portland, Oregon from complications resulting from diabetes.

In the season Mack was appointed Principal oboe of the New Orleans Symphony, where he remained for 11 seasons until the end of the season. Mack played for the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington for two seasons, John Mack was appointed Principal oboist of the Cleveland Orchestra by George Szell beginning in the season.

John Mack retired from the Cleveland Orchestra at the end of the season. The camp was held each summer in Little Switzerland, North Carolina and still continues today. John Mack also taught many oboists at the Cleveland Institute, and later at Juilliard.

John Mack died in Cleveland, Ohio July 23, after surgery for brain cancer at the age of He was active until his last days. Jeffrey Rathbun was born in Missouri on March 17, , and raised in Texas. Jeffrey Rathbun has played in a succession of symphony orchestras. First, the Honolulu Symphony As well as his Assistant Principal oboe responsibilities, during , Jeffrey Rathbun served as Principal oboe of the Cleveland Orchestra. Jeffrey Rathbun is also an active composer, and the Cleveland Orchestra has premiered his Daredevil , Three Psalms of Jerusalem , and Motions for Cellos , performed by the Cleveland cello section.

Laura Griffiths was born January 27, Laura Griffiths was Principal oboe Rochester Philharmonic from about In , Laura Griffiths won the competition for the Principal oboe chair of the Cleveland Orchestra. Although widely respected for her tone and musicianship, her Cleveland contract was not renewed following the normal two year probation period.

Frank Rosenwein was born in Illinois on November 2, He grew up in Evanston, Illinois, where, after piano, he began oboe lessons at about age Rosenwein was oboe in the San Diego Symphony After winning the Cleveland Orchestra audition for Principal oboe in , Frank Rosenwein served the usual two year probation, before gaining orchestra tenure.

Rosenwein is respected for his musicianship and the collegiality of the wind choir of the orchestra. The identity of R. Griffith remains for me at least unknown as to birth, education and career. Sokoloff trying to convey an interpretive detail Griffith ignored the explanation and continued conversing with another musician Sokoloff asked him to refrain Following this exchange during the first season, Sokoloff immediately dismissed Mr.

Abraham Reines was then elevated to the first bassoon chair where he served during the remainder of and during Leo Reines was long-time bassoon with the Cincinnati Symphony about Nathan Reines played with the Minneapolis Symphony , the St. Louis Symphony and the Chicago Symphony where he was second bassoon and Principal contrabassoon , before returning to New York City.

He was younger brother of Cleveland Principal oboe Philip Kirchner. Morris Kirchner seems to have played with the Russian Symphony of New York from until at least The next season, , Morris Kirchner was elevated to Principal bassoon. Morris Kirchner continued with the Cleveland Orchestra as Principal bassoon for nine seasons, He then departed for one season, but returned to the Cleveland Orchestra bassoon section for three additional seasons, Brother Philip Kirchner remained with the Cleveland Orchestra for twenty-eight seasons, until he was dismissed by George Szell at the end of the season.

Morris Kirchner died in Gaston Duhamel also was active in summer festivals, including as Principal bassoon of the Cincinnati May Festival under Theodore Thomas. He was Principal bassoon of the Cincinnati Symphony in the s until about During that period, Duhamel also taught at the Cincinnati Conservatory.

Gaston Duhamel was appointed as Principal bassoon of the Cleveland Orchestra by Nikolai Sokoloff in the season. Gaston Duhamel died after William Polisi was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 26, He studied at the Curtis Institute, graduating in the Class of Ernst Kubitschek trained as a bassoonist in Vienna in his teenage years.

Ernst, or Ernest Kubitschek as he became, emigrated to the California in where he was a theater musician at a movie house in Oakland, across the San Francisco Bay. Ernest Kubitschek joined the San Francisco Symphony in its fourth season, under founding conductor Henry Hadley. Kubitschek remained Principal bassoon in San Francisco for three seasons, After being away for two seasons, Kubitschek returned to the San Francisco Symphony, now under Alfred Hertz, where he remained for a further twenty seasons, and When the San Francisco Symphony season was suspended during at the depth of the great depression, Ernest Kubitschek joined the Cleveland Orchestra for one season as Principal bassoon under Artur Rodzinski in Frank Ruggieri was born in Philadelphia on November 17, Upon the death of his mother in and of his father in , Ruggieri moved to his uncle, Robert Sensale who was contra-bassoon with the New York Philharmonic for 37 years At age 18, Frank Ruggieri returned to Philadelphia to play in the Fox theater orchestra.

Back in Philadelphia, Ruggieri was accepted at the Curtis institute, where he studied with Walter Guetter and Ferdinand del Negro, graduating in In , Ruggieri moved to New York City to freelance.

In , Ruggieri was named second bassoon with the New York Philharmonic, following the footsteps of his uncle Robert Sensale. Ruggieri remained with the New York Philharmonic until the end of the season, when he reached the 65 retirement age.

At Ocean City, NJ, Ruggieri continued this activity every summer, becoming conductor, which he continued until Carmen was head of the personnel committee of the Symphony of the Air George Goslee was born on the last day of , December 31, in Cleveland, Ohio in a middle class family.

George Goslee took up the bassoon at age 12 and later studied with Charles Kayser , bassoon of the Cleveland Orchestra during In his last two years at the Eastman School in and , George Goslee also played with the Rochester Philharmonic and the Rochester Civic Orchestra, primarily as contrabassoon.

Goslee played with the Indianapolis Symphony During the next two seasons, from Goslee was Principal bassoon in Cleveland, appointed by Erich Leinsdorf. This was a situation experienced by a number of orchestras with musicians returning from the war, with two musicians, but with only one chair.

In Philadelphia, Sol Schoenbach prevailed, taking the Principal chair for the season where he would remain for a further 11 seasons. George Goslee was invited back to Cleveland in the season as Principal bassoon by the newly arrived George Szell.

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