2019-2020 Concert Season

Fall Concert – Sunday, October 27, 2019 at 3:00 PM

Cameron Leach plays Séjourné

**Note that this concert will be at the Charles F. Brush High School Performing Arts Center
4875 Glenlyn Road, Lyndhurst, OH 44124

photo (c) Matthew Bonder

Matthew Salvaggio, conductor
Cameron Leach, marimba

Maslanka: World Music

Sibelius: Suite for King Christian II (I. Elegie)

Séjourné: Concerto for Marimba and String Orchestra


About Cameron Leach

American percussionist Cameron Leach is a bold performer recognized for his expressive virtuosity, musical athleticism, and daring interpretations. An engaging and thoughtful soloist, Leach has concertized across the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. He has appeared at some of the world’s finest institutions, including the Royal Danish Academy of Music, Royal Northern College of Music, Sibelius Academy, and the Norwegian Academy of Music, and notable halls such as the Lila Cockrell Theater, Ohio Theatre, Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, and China’s National Centre for the Performing Arts. Leach is the winner of both the Percussive Arts Society International Solo Artist Competition and Yamaha Young Performing Artist Competition, and was awarded the prestigious Performer’s Certificate from the Eastman School of Music. Along with his active touring schedule, he regularly performs with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, and recently held a professorship at Kent State University’s Hugh A. Glauser School of Music. Leach is endorsed by Black Swamp Percussion, Beetle Percussion, Sabian Cymbals, and Malletech.

Highlights from the 2017-2018 season include the debut of his new electroacoustic solo show ELISION, a European Tour as Co-Principal of the World Percussion Group, the world premiere of Paul Lansky’s Metal Light for the Percussive Arts Society, and a performance of Jennifer Higdon’s Percussion Concerto with the Eastman Wind Ensemble. Additionally, he performed Peter Maxwell Davies’ seminal Eight Songs for a Mad King with Ensemble id, a Rochester, NY-based chamber collective. His latest project, the Leach | Peters Percussion Duo, debuted on the Eastman Summer Concert Series in July 2018.

Leach’s 2018-2019 season is marked by an array of solo appearances, guest artist engagements, and world premieres. Kicking off with a performance at China’s National Percussion Festival, Leach then embarks on recital and clinic tours of California, Florida, and the Midwest. In March 2019, Leach will give the world premiere of Dave Maric’s Spiel, a percussion concerto for wind ensemble and electronics commissioned for him by the Capital University Conservatory of Music. Following a week-long residency at Purdue University Fort Wayne, Leach will tour a recital program throughout the Pacific Northwest with Orphic Percussion, a California-based percussion quartet. To close out the season, Leach will serve on faculty at the MalletLab Summer Intensive in West Palm Beach, FL, spend a week in residence as the featured artist for the Space City New Music Festival in Houston, TX, and teach at the inaugural World Percussion Group Summer Academy in Las Vegas, NV. Looking ahead, Leach will make his concerto debut with the Grammy-nominated Dallas Winds in January 2020, and premiere a new percussion concerto by Adam Roberts with the New Albany Symphony Orchestra during the 2020-2021 season.

Find out more at cleachmusic.com.

Holiday Concert – Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 3:00

Matthew Salvaggio, conductor

Join conductor Matthew Salvaggio and members of Lakeshore Dance and Gymnastics for a family-friendly holiday concert featuring selections from Tchaikovsky’s ballet The Nutcracker and much more!


Spring Concert – Sunday, March 1, 2020 at 3:00 PM

TBA – Young Artists Competition Winner

Matthew Salvaggio, conductor

Handel: Music for the Royal Fireworks

TBA: Young Artists Competition Winner

This concert will feature the winner of the Euclid Symphony Orchestra’s inaugural Young Artists Competition. For more information, check back after the competition on October 30!

America’s Greatest Film Scores – Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 3:00 PM

Matthew Salvaggio, conductor

This family-friendly concert will highlight the music from America’s greatest film scores, including the music of John Williams, Elmer Bernstein, Ennio Morricone and more!