Date: Wed., May 8, 2019, 7:30 pm
Location: South Franklin Circle
Please join us for an engaging presentation.
Jeannette Sorrell is Cleveland’s internationally renowned baroque conductor and the founder of APOLLO’S FIRE. Now a GRAMMY winner, she is credited with “forging a vibrant, life-affirming approach to early music” (BBC Magazine). She has worked with Apollo’s Fire and the Cleveland community to build one of the largest baroque audiences in North America. With Apollo’s Fire she has performed at Carnegie Hall, the BBC Proms, London’s Wigmore Hall, and Madrid’s Royal Theatre, to name a few. Eight of her 26 CDs with Apollo’s Fire have become top bestsellers on Billboard.
Jeannette is one of America’s leading guest conductors for baroque music, having led the Pittsburgh Symphony, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center, Utah Symphony, and New World Symphony, among others. She has received several
awards and is passionate about guiding the next generation. She has frequently coached students at Oberlin Conservatory and the Cleveland Institute of Music, and is the architect of Apollo’s Fire’s highly successful Young Artist Apprentice Program.
The Chautauqua Room
South Franklin Circle Community Center
16575 S. Franklin Street
Chagrin Falls, OH 44023
Complimentary Valet Parking
The South Franklin Circle Dialogue Series offers stimulating forums designed to inform and inspire the community, and is supported through donations to the Judson Foundation.
To RSVP for this complimentary event, please call our reservation line at (440) 247-1300 or complete the form below.