Music: Prodigious Cleveland

Orchestras, like women, aspire to homes of their own. The ambition, in the case of orchestras, is lofty. It assumes a financial well-being and general confidence which few orchestras ever attain, yet last week it was realized by the prodigious Cleveland Orchestra in its 13th year.

Materially the Cleveland Orchestra's new home is the work of Architects Walker & Weeks, who also designed Cleveland's Public Library, Medical Library, and Federal Reserve Bank. It is an imposing Indiana limestone structure, roughly triangular, with a vaulted polygonal front spreading fanwise to the rear. It...

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